Coppell Student Media

Caramel popcorn recipe to bring families together

Caramel popcorn recipe to bring families together

November 15, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Recipes

By Alexandra Dalton Staff Writer A tasty treat and a fun time, this recipe will surely be one to remember. My mother grew up in not knowing how to cook much, but at the age of 11, she concocted this recipes that is easy to make and child proof, too. “I loved the boxed-up portions my mom would buy at ...

Pumpkin chocolate chip muffins add festive spice for fall season

Pumpkin chocolate chip muffins add festive spice for fall season

October 31, 2013


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By Allie Arnold Staff Writer Junior Abby Middleton spreads the love throughout Coppell High School by sharing her festive and delicious pumpkin chocolate chip muffins. On Friday, tweets went out and pretty soon word spread, Middleton had muffins worth trying. “My mom is the baker in the family, so she made the muffi...

How To: Make a Homemade Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte

October 28, 2013


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By Tuulia Koponen Staff Writer Autumn: the time of changing leaves, cooler weather, sweaters and of course Starbucks' Pumpkin Spice Lattes. Instead of spending countless dollars purchasing the latte and countless time standing in line throughout this season, make one from home with this DIY Starbucks Hol...

Nothing nutty about this Seidemann family recipe

October 18, 2013


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By Jena Seidemann Student Life Editor   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VXNHTTMSJI0 If you are a Seidemann, peanut butter is a quintessential staple to your diet. My dad ate two to three peanut butter sandwiches a day whenever he was young, and he still eats one occasionally. He passed...

Classic recipes receive southern twist at State Fair of Texas

Classic recipes receive southern twist at State Fair of Texas

October 17, 2013


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By Caroline Carter News Editor Despite attending the Texas State Fair since I was 4, I had never been one to try the infamous fried food. While I used to only eat a Fletcher’s Corny Dog, I decided to branch out and sample some of the more interesting food options. I might have exceeded my recommended...

Seniors McCracken, Burgess launch cupcake business

Seniors McCracken, Burgess launch cupcake business

September 26, 2013


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By Kristen Shepard Editor-in-Chief What do you get when you combine seniors Alex McCracken, Shelby Burgess and their love for baking cupcakes? McCupcakes: Coppell’s newest student-run cupcake business. The idea to start a cupcake company first came to McCracken and Burgess when they realized...

Graduates find personal, affordable party gifts

Graduates find personal, affordable party gifts

May 31, 2013


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By Natalie Gilbert Staff Writer Every year, most students in the graduating class host a graduation party as a send off from their close friends and family. These events are created in fun, but with so many students graduating, many attend more than one party. While the parties consist of food,...

Old Coppell family recipes

Old Coppell family recipes

May 13, 2013


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By Tina Huang Staff Writer Excitement characterized the reaction of multiple teachers when asked about any family recipes they would like to share. Right off the bat, they recalled memories of where and when the recipe they specifically thought of came about. For example, CHS counselor, Debbie Frui...

Festive Thanksgiving treats

November 16, 2012


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By Natalie Gilbert Staff Writer As the Thanksgiving break comes closer and closer, students and teachers are anticipating their annual Thanksgiving feast on Thursday. For those with the Thanksgiving spirit, here is a festive twist to the classic tasty treat, Rice Krispies Treats. Directions for Turkey Pop Treats:   In large saucepan, melt butter over low heat. Add marshmallows and stir until completely melted. Remove from heat. Add KELLOGG’S RICE KRISPIES cereal (original). St...

Del Angel shares recipes for healthier school lunch eating

September 14, 2012


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By Kimberly Del Angel Entertainment Editor If you've gone to public school for any amount of time in your life, then you have probably heard or witnessed quite a few treacherous stories about the food being served in the lunch line. Rats in the ice chest, hair in the food, extra fat in your beans....

Have the best snacks at your Super Bowl party

January 25, 2011


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Abby Drake Staff Writer Super Bowl Sunday is day that is celebrated across the country and the key to hosting a great party is having the rights snacks. I have compiled a list of delicious treats that will tame the hunger of many football fans. Sausage and Cheese Pinwheels, a recipe by Kate Mil...

Lunch room food: The Otis Spunkmeyer

October 1, 2010


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by Chase Porter Staff Writer Video by Davis Deloach and Josh Oden In the lunch room there are many types of food to pick from, from pizza to the mystery foods of the international line, but one delectable in the cafeteria has become the most popular: the Otis Spunkmeyer cookie.                 T...