A few days ago I was in a conversation about recipes with a couple of friends. We all probably know the feeling of staring at a new recipe that calls for a long list of this and that, most of which our kitchens are missing.
Mother's Day has really co-opted brunch (we get it -- mimosas), but dads deserve their special thing, too. Luckily, Father's Day falls right in summer's sweet spot, just in time for June's inaugural grilling.
Evelyn Lantz walks through the door of Jubilations Coffee House, the place where I was to meet up with West Point's Golden Girls. "Well, Evelyn, my old friend, I didn't know you were a Golden Girl."
While most nonagenarians are taking life a little easier than before, Jim Hunt of Columbus is keeping up an industrious pace.
If you squinch your eyes just a little, open your imagination as far as it will go, and add a sprinkle of pixie dust if you have it handy, it's not that hard to make them "real."
I wrote earlier about my 40-year struggle with growing roses.
As the temperatures rise, water demands are high for growing plants.
The Mississippi Development Authority's Hometown Mississippi Retirement program has declared June 5-9 Retirement Week in Mississippi.
A Mississippi State professor of fashion design and merchandising will showcase her award-winning artistic textiles featuring knitwear, crochet, embroidery, dyeing, beading and felting, as well as jewelry design.
A veteran member of Mississippi State's geosciences faculty is co-author of a new "road log" designed to educate travelers about Mississippi's many geological features.
So long to the month of May. Hello, summer, with long days of beaming sun, outdoor grilling and our somewhat morbid fascination with heat indices.
Here's to more four-day weekends! Even in retirement, a long weekend feels like a vacation.
Salmon season has arrived, and the markets are brimming with gorgeous wild varieties like King Salmon and Coho, which are perfect for grilling, poaching or even simply cooking in a lightly-oiled pan.