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Autumn Bounty

My mother makes a delicious, double-crust "harvest" pie every year to usher in autumn's bounty of fresh pears and apples. It is an easy and very forgiving recipe.

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Thanksgiving with Flair

As much as I loved the traditions my mother created around food, I desired to create new traditions for my family. It took me years and countless mistakes to make ...

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How Not to Cook on Turkey Day

The holiday season is a busy one for many people. If cooking a Thanksgiving feast isn't part of your plans, lots of local restaurants can help out. Call now.

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Ye Olde Pub Meeting Place

Upon hearing the name The Bulldog, you may picture a loud sports bar with team signage everywhere. Maybe you even picture a bar dedicated to Mississippi State University. But The ...

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Revolutionizing Seafood

Though the word "revolution" ordinarily indicates an intention to dramatically change things, Seafood R'evolution actually seeks to preserve and honor Mississippi's seafood culture and heritage.

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Adults Only

This Halloween, consider an adults-only gathering. This day has so many amusing qualities that a party can go in many directions, from spooky to theatrical. Here are some ideas for ...

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My Pet Sourdough

There is a type of bread that lends itself well to gluten intolerance and celiac disease and isn't made with strange ingredients: Sourdough.

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A Taste of France

Mirepoix (pronounced meer-PWAH) is a traditional mixture of onion, carrots and celery used as a base in a variety of savory French dishes.

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Nick Wallace: Jackson’s Cutthroat Chef

If you watched Food Network a few of Sundays ago, you might have seen a familiar, local face on "Cutthroat Kitchen": Jackson chef Nick Wallace.

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Heirloom Tomato Fun

Last year, a friend gifted me with the perfect sweet purple heirloom tomato from his garden. This year, I was inspired to grow one of my own.

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Sustaining and Habilitating Mississippi

When you think of Columbus, Miss., you probably think of the Mississippi University for Women and its extensive nursing program. But did you know that MUW has one of Mississippi's ...

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The Last of the Season

It is believed that gazpacho originates from an Arabian soup made of bread, garlic, water and olive oil. Today, it is still a staple throughout Spain and enjoyed most often ...

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John Currence: Big Bad Chef

John Currence takes on the day—and the world—with a quart-sized container of iced coffee and the mouth of a sailor.

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Bringing the Farm to Table 100

Many people don't know where their food comes from. They know how they get food—the supermarket, of course—and they know it has a source, but few people try to discover ...

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Made to Order at 2 for 7 Kitchen

Deandrea Moore and her husband, Omario, opened a food truck as a way to spend more time with their children. Currently, they serve breakfast at 4106 Medgar Evers Blvd. weekdays.

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