Perfect Lunch Spot?

Lauren Pineda | lpineda19@dtechhs.org | June 18, 2018 It’s time for lunch. You’re hungry, you can’t wait to eat, and you want to enjoy the next thirty minutes. Where do you sit? Outside? Inside? Under the stairs? To learn about what makes a lunch spot at d.tech perfect, The Dragon interviewed students from each grade. …

Best Frost-Bites

By: Michael Bentley What’s better than a meal that you can cook in less than three minutes? As a soon to be college student, I realized I needed to find a quick and easy addition to the standard dorm cuisine, and I know just the thing: microwave mac and cheese. Which mac and cheese  will …

Avocado Toast Review

By: Sebastian Golden One afternoon, having been released from my schooling for the day, I decided to take a stroll down San Mateo’s Third Avenue. Partway down the street I noticed a large, bright green sign, bearing the words AVOCADO TOAST. I questioned whether this was the establishment’s name or its menu, but either way …

The NDP Experience: Totos Pizzaria

Nick’s Dependable Pizza Experience By: Nicholas Dal Porto Few pizza places in the Bay Area have endured as long as Toto’s. Well known for its many varieties of pizza and other Italian dishes, it’s a local chain, with three restaurants – located in Belmont, San Bruno, and San Mateo. Whether you need to feed a party or …

Sweet Oracle Experience

By: Michael Bentley Although eating an Oracle intersession class lunch is seen as a treat for many students, it is not without its challenges. After a student piles on whatever meat and bread the company offers that day, conveniently forgetting the salad, they are approached with the time old question: what dessert should I take? …

The NDP Experience: Giovanni’s Pizza

Nick’s Decent Pizza Experience By: Nicholas Dal Porto If you’re out and about and looking for a no nonsense, quick slice of pizza pie, Giovanni’s Pizzeria in Sunnyvale is a great option. Located conveniently on Lawrence Expressway, it’s a small no-frills family-run joint that makes a surprisingly good pizza. Giovanni’s got its start in New York, when …

Bargaining Chip: America’s Favorite Snack Currency

By: Nicholas Dal Porto Potato chips have been a staple of the American snack cuisine since 1817. Endless varieties and flavors line the supermarket and convenience store shelves, waiting to be consumed and satisfy the eater’s craving. However, these expansive options can be confusing and frustrating. What’s the difference between “Uncle Joe’s Kettle Fried Chip …