Ramen a la Carbonara

by Chef Mark Krohn

Ingredients

1 package of ramen noodles
1 egg
1 garlic clove
1 shallot
2 cups of brussels sprouts
1⁄4 cup of diced pancetta 
1⁄4 cup diced tomato
1⁄4 cup sweet peas
1⁄2 cup heavy cream
3 tablespoons of vegetable broth 
1⁄4 cup grated parmesan 
1 bunch parsley 
salt & pepper
1⁄2 cup white wine (optional)

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Thai Vegetarian Peanut Ramen Noodles

by Chefs Dennis Danieu and Lindsey Prohaska

Ingredients

2 packages of Oriental flavor ramen noodles (vegetarian) 1⁄2 bunch scallions—chopped
1 Fresno chile pepper—remove seeds & dice
2 tablespoons sesame seeds
1⁄2 cup unsalted roasted peanuts
1⁄2 cup peanut butter
1 tablespoon sesame oil
1⁄4 cup rice vinegar
2 tablespoons Sriracha chili sauce
2 tablespoons refined sugar (substitute agave or sugar in the raw or honey)
1 cup of water
salt & pepper (optional)

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Chicken (Ramen Noodle) Soup w/Thick Cut Bacon, One Fried Egg, & Asian Vegetables

by Chef Michael Andrzjewski

Ingredients

1 package of ramen noodles
1 quart of low sodium chicken stock
3 pieces of thick cut bacon (cut into squares by butcher)
1 large egg
Fresh ginger (peeled and chopped—2 tablespoons)
Shallots (diced—2 tablespoons)
Napa Valley cabbage (cut 5 stalks into bite size pieces)
Shimeji mushrooms (1/2 cup)
Pickled jalapenos (1 tablespoon)
Chili oil
Sesame oil

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Silver Balls
Pocketeer Billiards hosts final 2014 summer pinball tournament Saturday
“Stepping into Nick Lane’s Buffalo home is like passing through a magical portal that transports you back in time a few decades—to a place where the garish flashing lights, ringing bells, and mysterious clicks and thunks of eight pinball machines fills the air. He has several friends over, and they’re all enjoying a few beers and conversation in between breaking off to test their skill on some of the various games.” … to continue reading, click here.


Silver Balls

Pocketeer Billiards hosts final 2014 summer pinball tournament Saturday

Stepping into Nick Lane’s Buffalo home is like passing through a magical portal that transports you back in time a few decades—to a place where the garish flashing lights, ringing bells, and mysterious clicks and thunks of eight pinball machines fills the air. He has several friends over, and they’re all enjoying a few beers and conversation in between breaking off to test their skill on some of the various games.” … to continue reading, click here.

Dressed to Thrill
Buffalo State Fashion Department is cutting edge
"The clouds clear and sunrays poke out to illuminate the backyard of the Albright Knox art gallery. It’s the perfect day for a photo shoot and today’s model is Grace Modi, who is wearing a cotton dress emblazoned with dozens of Artvoice logos. We are at the Albright Knox, across the street from Buffalo State College shooting for the inaugural Artvoice Fashion issue. The dress that our cover model is wearing was custom made by the Buffalo State College fashion department with the help of lecturers Erin Habes and Maggie Keef; and Associate Professor and Chair of the Fashion and Textile Technology Department, Lynn Boorady. We talked to Boorady this week about Buffalo State’s state-of-the-art fashion department, located in the campus’ new technology building” … to continue reading, click here.

Dressed to Thrill

Buffalo State Fashion Department is cutting edge

"The clouds clear and sunrays poke out to illuminate the backyard of the Albright Knox art gallery. It’s the perfect day for a photo shoot and today’s model is Grace Modi, who is wearing a cotton dress emblazoned with dozens of Artvoice logos. We are at the Albright Knox, across the street from Buffalo State College shooting for the inaugural Artvoice Fashion issue. The dress that our cover model is wearing was custom made by the Buffalo State College fashion department with the help of lecturers Erin Habes and Maggie Keef; and Associate Professor and Chair of the Fashion and Textile Technology Department, Lynn Boorady. We talked to Boorady this week about Buffalo State’s state-of-the-art fashion department, located in the campus’ new technology building” … to continue reading, click here.