The end of exams is near and winter break is fast approaching, so we wondered what dish - what homecooked meal - were Appalachian students most looking forward to indulging in over their break. And that is exactly what we asked them.
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Dave: Hey there, folks. It's me, Dave from Dave on the Mall. The end of exams is near and winter break is fast approaching, so we wondered what dish - what homecooked meal - were Appalachian State students most looking forward to indulging in over their break. And that is exactly what we asked them.
Voice 1: When I go home over break, the meal that I'm looking forward to is my mom's homemade Mexican dish. It's basically a taco but in a casserole.
Voice 2: The thing I'm most looking forward to eating is lasagna.
Voice 3: The homecooked meal that I'm most looking forward to is latkes. It's a Jewish dish - my mom cooks it - it's pretty good - for Chanukah.
Voice 4: The thing I'm most looking forward to eating is my mom's chicken bog and turkey and mashed potatoes.
Voice 5: I'm most looking forward to eating my dad's steak and mashed potatoes.
Voice 6: What I'm most looking forward to eating... probably macaroni and cheese from my dad's restaurant.
Voice 7: I'm most looking forward to eating anything my mom cooks.
Voice 8: I'm most looking forward to having steak.
Voice 9: I'm most looking forward to just a nice steak and mashed potatoes.
Voice 10: I'm most looking forward to chocolate chip pumpkin bread. My mother's cooking it.
Voice 11: I think that the one meal that I'm looking forward to the most is probably just mama's homecooked spaghetti and meatballs with garlic. There's nothing like mama's cooking.
Voice 12: I'm mostly looking forward to having the classic roasted cow tongue. Only my mom makes it the way it should be.
Voice 13: I'm most looking forward to having my mom's talapia. She puts it with garlic and lemon and capers and it's really good. And she makes rice.
Voice 14: I'm looking forward to having tuna melts made by my mom.
Voice 15: Sometimes my grandma makes mashed potatoes and they're good.
Voice 16: I'm looking forward to having spaghetti. My dad makes it and they have it at least twice a week. So I know I'm going to have it a lot when I go home.
Voice 17: I'm most looking forward to having purple potatoes. They're potatoes that are purple.
Voice 18: I'm most looking forward to having a steak with cooked mushrooms, asparagus and mashed potatoes.
Voice 19: I'm looking forward to ham because it's something that we don't normally take the time to cook, so it's always special around Christmastime.
Voice 20: When I go home, I'm really looking forward to my dad's homemade burgers. He makes the cheese on the inside. They are so delicious.
Voice 21: My mom makes these crepes with nutella and bananas and marshmallow fluff. So, right when I get home, it's going to be nice and cold and that's going to be ready for me. And it's hot. That's what I'm looking forward to.
Voice 22: I'm really looking forward to having baked mac and cheese.
Voice 23: I'm most looking forward to having any food I want without having to worry about how much it costs. Anything free, I'm looking for. And I can eat as much of it as I want.
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As the premier public undergraduate institution in the state of North Carolina, Appalachian State University prepares students to lead purposeful lives as global citizens who understand and engage their responsibilities in creating a sustainable future for all. The Appalachian Experience promotes a spirit of inclusion that brings people together in inspiring ways to acquire and create knowledge, to grow holistically, to act with passion and determination, and to embrace diversity and difference. Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Appalachian is one of 17 campuses in the University of North Carolina System. Appalachian enrolls more than 20,000 students, has a low student-to-faculty ratio and offers more than 150 undergraduate and graduate majors.