With Cupid due to arrive tomorrow, anyone planning to cook for their sweetheart is fine-tuning the menu. A visit to Mississippi University for Women's Culinary Arts Institute Monday found Chef Mary Helen Hawkins showing students in a Demonstration Techniques class several options, from truffles and quick cookies to savory filet mignon.
I love Valentine's Day. Not the adult one, the one that promotes giant teddy bears and terrifying negligees and overpriced candies. I like the kid version, the one that relies on decorated shoe boxes and red construction paper and dollar-store doilies.
Ragu can be made from any meat or combination of meats, but the earthiness of a pure pork ragu is undeniably attractive -- and great comfort food.
We love pound cake and we love chocolate, but the combination is often a disappointment.
For J.C. Long, early tutelage in electronics came as a kid, from his dad. But it was at a military post 6,800 miles away from his Mississippi home years later that he almost stumbled across what he was meant to do in life. It took a while for him to realize it.
A Chicago Wrigley Field adventure, getaways at the beach and lake, elegant feasts, a mint julep tasting and custom-made fire pit are only a few of the items soon up for bid at the 35th annual Columbus Arts Council Gala Saturday, Feb. 23.
Mississippi University for Women's Fant Memorial Library and Office of General Counsel welcome Rashanda R. Booker to campus Monday for the Meet the Author Series.
The Starkville/MSU Symphony Association will host its annual fundraising gala on Saturday, Feb. 16 at 6 p.m. at The Storehouse at Christian World Missions, located at 1437 Fire Station Road in Starkville.
For the third consecutive year, Mississippi State's Museums and Galleries Committee is presenting "Science Night at the Museum" on the Starkville campus.
The Russian National Ballet is concluding Mississippi State's 2018-19 Lyceum Series in Lee Hall's Bettersworth Auditorium on Feb. 19 with a 7 p.m. production of the classic tale "Cinderella."
Mississippi University for Women's spring Forum Series hosted by the Gordy Honors College will feature creative readings, talks by scholars and a film screening. All presentations are free and open to the community and begin at 6 p.m. in Nissan Auditorium.
Can we take a few moments this month to celebrate how dearly our Mississippi gardens and shared cultural heritage are influenced and enriched by plants native to Africa?
Consider giving your valentine something different this year. Select an indoor plant with heart-shaped leaves or flowers.
Mississippi State's Department of Music is presenting its 12th Music and Poetry Program on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in Old Main Academic Center's Turner A. Wingo Auditorium.
We survived the latest polar vortex, and I join other Mississippi gardeners in being thankful that we didn't get the really extreme cold our friends up north experienced. But still, it was cold enough for me and my garden.