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Two Pekoe teas sit on the bar in front of the Pekoe logo on Jan. 28.

Pekoe Tea Bar: A review

Anna Bhogra, Staff Reporter | January 29, 2024

Pekoe Tea Bar, with only 5 locations in the United States so far, brings a new excitement to boba culture. With most boba stores having a cafe-like ambience, Pekoe’s atmosphere is somewhat akin to a...

Chicha San Chen: More than just a boba spot

Chicha San Chen: More than just a boba spot

Andreina Carnero Ramirez, Staff Reporter | January 16, 2024
Chicha San Chen offers customers predetermined tea combinations that are creamy, such as the bubble milk tea, or refreshing, such as the passion fruit green tea. Customers can also customize their drinks by selecting the tea base, flavor, topping, and the level of sugar and ice. The price of the drinks ranges between $6.75 and $7.95.
Lauren Vu, 20, La Voz freelancer, takes pictures at the Calibear Cyber Cafe on Oct. 11.

Five alternate boba shops and cafes to study near De Anza

John Pham, Freelancer | October 14, 2023

Editor's note: This article is updated with a video contributed by staff reporter Lauren Vu. Most big chain cafes and boba shops, such as 7Leaves or Starbucks, provide students with perfect spaces to...

How to make holiday fudge

How to make holiday fudge

Ryan Delrosario, Freelance photographer | December 13, 2022

Fudge is a classic holiday dessert and there are many variations on this easy but delicious treat. Here, I'll show you how my family's been making fudge for Christmas using an old recipe from my grandma.

How to make a sweet potato snack Atropellado de Camote

How to make a sweet potato snack Atropellado de Camote

Georgina Munoz-Villanueva | December 10, 2022

Here is how to make tasty sweet potato snack — Atropellado de Camote. Ingredients: 4 to 6 sweet potatoes 1L of coconut milk 1 cup of grated coconut  1 cup of sugar  Step 1: Wash...

How De Anzas Thanksgiving tables vary across different cultures

How De Anza’s Thanksgiving tables vary across different cultures

Nikita Bankar | December 7, 2022

The annual Thanksgiving dinner not only allows one to appreciate those around them and spend time over a meal, but can celebrate culture and the dinner table can look different depending on one's food...

DIY video tutorial: edible Christmas tree decoration

DIY video tutorial: edible Christmas tree decoration

Zhang Xiaoyan | December 7, 2022

With Christmas coming up, here is an easy and fun way to make an edible Christmas tree!  What you'll need: Toothpicks Broccoli One apple One large carrot Blueberries Powdered sugar ...

Pictured is the inside of La Terra Bakery and Cafe located inside Oakmont Plaza, 19960 Homestead Rd, Cupertino, CA.

La Terra Bakery and Cafe hits the spot, plain and simple

Rory Conlon | December 3, 2022

La Terra Bakery and Cafe, two miles out from De Anza College on Homestead Road, in Cupertino offers some delicious pastries, coffee drinks and desserts. If you have some time on winter vacation, check...

A La Carte staff of Leaves & Fishes Family Kitchen hands out prepared food to those in line at De Anza Colleges Parking Lot A on Oct. 25 .

De Anza’s biweekly mobile food pantry

Georgina Munoz-Villanueva | November 18, 2022

De Anza College hosts a biweekly mobile food pantry known as the “Park-It Market” on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month with various times and locations according to their calendar.  The...

Traditional asada tacos from Mexitzo at Westgate Center.

Mextizo brings flavorful Veracruz inspired dishes to Westgate Center in San Jose

Andrea Infante, Reporter | June 29, 2022

Imagine date night with live Spanish music, an assortment of cocktails and birria tacos in a spacious chic spot, or family brunch with mimosas to accompany a scramble and churros French toast.  Mextizo...

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