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Hubbell Trouble: Caramel apple paninis

Kramer is a sophomore broadcast journalism major and can be contacted at mackenzie.kramer@drake.edu. Hamilton is a sophomore advertising major and can be contacted at hilary.hamilton@drake.edu.

Remember those caramel apple suckers you used to always get around Halloween? The ones that painfully got stuck to the roof of your mouth? Yeah, you know what we’re talking about. We decided to make that deliciousness into a Panini. And because we love our loyal readers we’re going to share it with you as a Valentine’s Day present. We expect both handwritten thank you notes and a gift in return.

So to start off this gourmet masterpiece you’ll need two pieces of raisin bread, an apple of your choosing, and the caramel syrup, which can be found by the ice cream. Spread some caramel on both pieces of your bread and begin your search for a sharp knife in Hubbell. We took a handful of knives and sorted them back at our table to find the best one. That wasn’t a joke. Slice your apple into thin pieces and place them on the caramel side of the bread. Walk yourself over to the Panini maker and put your creation on the grill. Don’t burn it.

Have any suggestions for Hubbell Trouble? We know you do. Email them to us HubbellTrouble@gmail.com. Also, feel free to email us just to say hi. We get lonely.

You stay classy Drake University,

Hubbell Trouble



  1. Ben Levine February 13, 2012

    I love you both and am going to express this by visiting you both in the Goodwin-Kirk residency hall.

  2. Bryan Speans February 19, 2012

    Do you like articles with open ended questions and no real answers? Of course you do.

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