13 Realistic 9-Ingredient or Less Cooking Recipes

With recipes this easy, those forget-to-meal prep nights can be less stressful.

Lemon Garlic Asparagus Pasta

5 Ingredients: Pasta, asparagus, butter, garlic, and lemon

Source: budgetbytes.com

Pasta with Tomatoes, Basil, and Garlic

5 Ingredients: Pasta, cherry tomatoes, garlic, basil, and olive oil

Source: cupofjo.com

Baked Macaroni and Cheese

6 Ingredients: Elbow macaroni, butter, all-purpose flour, milk, half and half, and cheese

Source: thechunkychef.com

Baked Ziti with Sausage

5 Ingredients: Ziti, sweet Italian sausage, spaghetti sauce, Romano cheesse, and mozzarella cheese

Source: browneyedbaker.com

Gnocchi, Broccoli, and White Bean Bake

5 Ingredients: Elbow macaroni, butter, all-purpose flour, milk, and cheese

Source: shelikesfood.com

Classic Gazpacho

8 Ingredients: Celery, cucumber, zucchini, onion, tomato juice, garlic, tomatoes, and red wine vinegar

Source: foodiecrush.com

Sheet Pan Salmon with Asparagus & Potatoes

7 Ingredients: Salmon fillets, vegetables, potatoes, olive oil, butter, Italian herb blend, and lemon

Source: lecremedalecrumb.com

5 Minute Tacos

6 Ingredients: Eggs, spices, tortillas, salsa fresca/pico de gallo, onion, and cilantro.

Source: acouplecooks.com

Sheet-Pan Chicken Fajitas

8 Ingredients: Chicken breasts, taco seasonings, lime, onion, bell pepper, tortillas, avocado, and cilantro.

Source: themodernproper.com

Smoked Gouda Mushroom Quesadillas

7 Ingredients: Onion, bell peppers, olive oil, butter, white mushrooms, Gouda cheese, and tortillas.

Source: pinchofyum.com

Chickpea Curry

9 Ingredients: Chickpeas, coconut oil, garam masala, turmeric, ginger powder, onion, garlic, olive oil, and spinach.

Source: gatheringdreams.com

Sweet Potato Black Bean Chili

5 Ingredients: Onion, sweet potatoes, salsa, black beans, vegetable stock, and water.

Source: minimalstbaker.com

Potato-Crusted Pizza

5 Ingredients: Olive oil, frozen shredded potato rounds, tomatoes, basil, and cheese.

Potato-Crusted Pizza Recipe
Source: southernliving.com

Upcoming Webinar

COVID-19 in Context: Racism, Segregation, and Racial Inequities in Philadelphia

Friday, June 5, 2020
11:00 AM-12:00 PM EDT

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Event Description:

The department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the Dornsife School of Public Health presents Sharrelle Barber ScD, MPH, assistant research professor in the department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics and the Urban Health Collaborative at Dornsife.

In Philadelphia, racial inequities in COVID-19 began to emerge in Philadelphia on March 30, 2020 with Blacks comprising 46% of the confirmed cases in the city as of May 15. While data dis-aggregated by race/ethnicity are critical, these data alone fail to fully capture the root causes of racial inequities in COVID-19 and mask the complex systems operating to produce them. Grounded in Critical Race Theory and Systems Thinking, this presentation will use descriptive spatial analysis to place data on COVID-19 in Philadelphia in context, illustrating how structural racism and historical and contemporary patterns of residential segregation have converged to create racial inequities during this pandemic.

About the Presenter:

Sharrelle Barber ScD, MPH received a Doctor of Science (ScD) degree in Social Epidemiology from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and a Master of Public Health (MPH) in Health Behavior and Health Education from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Gillings School of Global Public Health. Her research focuses on the intersection of “place, race, and health” and examines the role of structural racism (i.e. concentrated economic disadvantage and residential segregation) in shaping health and racial/ethnic health inequalities among Blacks with a particular focus on the Southern United States and Brazil. To that end, she has conducted a series of empirical investigations in the Jackson Heart Study based in Jackson, Mississippi and the Brazilian Longitudinal Study of Adult Health (ELSA-Brasil), a multi-site cohort study based in six urban centers across Brazil. 

Barber’s research employs multilevel analysis and spatial techniques and draws heavily from theories that take a socio-ecological approach to understanding health and health inequalities. Ultimately, Barber hopes her research will inform the development of multi-level, multi-sector policies that will address the underlying structural determinants of health through economic and social policy initiatives.

You are invited: Undergraduate Senior Capstone Presentations!

Undergraduate Students at Dornsife School of Public Health will be presenting their senior capstone projects this week

You are invited to watch our Undergraduate Public Health Students present their senior capstone projects.  They have been working so hard for the  past 2 quarters to complete their culminating paper.  The students will be presenting their work on Zoom 6/2, 6/3 & 6/4 and below is a document with their capstone titles, presentation schedules and zoom links.  The sessions will also be recorded and archived.  

Capstone Presentation Schedule & Access Links

A Message from Career Services to Graduating Students:

Dear Students, 

The Steinbright Career Services team is excited to share that there are over 9,500+ jobs currently posted in Handshake for Drexel students.  The one-on-one career services appointments can help clarify next steps, even during this unusual time, to ensure you’re progressing toward your goals post-graduation.  Their team can review your resume/cover letter and empower you to use LinkedIn and Handshake effectively. They also help with networking strategies, salary negotiation and job search planning customized for your specific goals.  If you’re unsure of what you want to do after graduation, Steinbright provides information, insights and assessments to guide you forward. Employers are still hiring so don’t delay your search! 

The enclosed Zoom video includes information on how to research employers on handshake.

To schedule an appointment with Career Services on ZOOM, click here.

Hope you’re safe and healthy. Thank you.

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13 Realistic 9-Ingredients or Less Baking Recipes

Making do with what is available at home and relying on our cooking instincts are the new rules for the kitchen. Try out these 9 ingredient or less recipes to satisfy your cravings! One thing’s for sure: We’re all going to come out as better chefs once life resumes.

Dutch Oven No-Knead Bread

5 ingredients: All-purpose flour, salt, active dry yeast, and warm water

Source: joysunshine.com

Milk and Honey Bread

5 Ingredients: Bread flour, active dry yeast, milk, honey, and salt.

Source: mightymrs.com

Monkey Bread

5 Ingredients: Biscuit dough, granulated sugar, brown sugar, cinnamon, and butter.

Source: livecrafteat.com


5 Ingredients: All-purpose flour, baking powder, salt, greek yogurt, and egg.

Source: pipandebby.com

Pita Bread

6 Ingredients: All-purpose flour, active dry yeast, warm water, oil, and salt.

Source: sweetsimplevegan.com


6 Ingredients: All-purpose flour, cocoa powder, sugar, eggs, salt, and butter.

Source: bakerbettie.com

Granola Bars

5 Ingredients: Dates, agave nectar, nut butter, almonds, and oats.

Source: minimalistbaker.com

Chocolate Fudge

5 Ingredients: Sweetened condensed milk, chocolate chips, butter, vanilla extract, and pecans.

Source: barefeetinthekitchen.com

Peanut Butter Cookies

5 Ingredients: Peanut butter, granulated sugar, brown sugar, egg, and vanilla extract.

Source: thestayathomechef.com

Chocolate Chip Cookies

9 Ingredients: All-purpose flour, baking soda, salt, butter, brown sugar, granulated sugar, eggs, vanilla extract, and chocolate chips.

Source: katiebirdbakes.com

Blueberry Muffins

9 Ingredients: All-purpose flour, baking powder, salt, sugar, oil, milk, egg, vanilla extract, and blueberries.

Source: inspiredtaste.net


5 Ingredients: All-purpose flour, salt, sugar, baking powder, and heavy whipping cream.

Source: budgetbytes.com


7 Ingredients: All-purpose four, salt, active dry yeast, water, oil, rosemary, and salt.

Source: thekitchn.com