Time is running short to register for Mississippi University for Women's Life Enrichment Program.
I can't recall exactly when I gave up trying to make spaghetti that tasted like my mother's.
Now that you've cooked all of your sweet potato leaves with last week's recipes, it's time to get to the tuber itself.
It is just possible that had the Rev. Tolbert Fanning's buggy not broken down in Columbus in 1839, history would have taken a different course.
The month of October at the Mississippi Modern Homestead Center in Starkville is all about "Provide," the second installment in its Reclaiming Real Living Series.
There are pageants -- and then, there are pageants.
The Golden Triangle is within easy traveling distance of some of the best entertainment in the South. Support arts and entertainment at home, and when you're on the road, these might pique your interest. Be aware that some venues add facility/convenience charges to ticket prices.
Nothing says fall quite like a spice cake, and my mama's homemade recipe was my favorite.
Have you listened to your body lately? Is your perspective on food clouded by years of dieting and food myths?
I'd said I was going to write about sweet potatoes for this week. They are everywhere right now and very important to Southern cooking. However, I have come across references to cooking with sweet potato leaves twice in the past week so thought that this is a trend we in the Golden Triangle can jump on and leave kale far behind.
Summer may be done, but the proliferation of zucchini continues.
Ina Garten is a best-selling cookbook author, an Emmy-winning television host and the doyenne of casual elegance. But on a recent afternoon, the so-called "Barefoot Contessa" star looked around her East Hampton, New York, kitchen and realized that she had produced piles of cherry biscotti and tubs of rum-raisin ice cream -- but no dinner.
Louise Campbell turned the key, one of several on a keychain, then felt for the small catch mechanism that would open the glass entrance doors. "Now, where is that thing?" she asked of no one in particular. Once inside, there were light switches to locate, to bathe the artwork in the brand new gallery with subtle illumination.
5. Works in Wood exhibit opens today in West Point ENTERTAINMENT