"One of the most anticipated books of the fall." So proclaimed a recent review in New York-based Publishers Weekly about a two-volume set edited over recent years by Robert M. West, an associate professor of English at Mississippi State University.
Most people who enjoy nature and being outdoors are careful to avoid littering -- not only because it is unsightly, but also because it can harm natural resources.
An extra log on the fire is all well and good, but Southerners know an arctic blast calls for down-home comfort food.
Dan Dan Noodles are a classic Chinese dish originating in the Sichuan province.
Years ago, I was attempting to reverse my daughter Valentine's disdain for cauliflower.
Drive down rural roads just over a year from now, and you may pass more than a hundred four-by-four-foot wood pallets covered in hues of reds, blues, oranges, purples and greens mounted on churches, barns and fences across Lowndes County.
The sign was not over-sized or pretentious, but it carried plenty of meaning on a cold Friday January morning in Columbus. "The ACT Center," it read, and for the individuals who for years have walked through the doors of the structure behind it, it represents identity.
Mississippi University for Women's spring Forum Series presented by the Gordy Honors College will focus on rural/urban issues and the power of place and will include author John T. Edge discussing his book "The Potlikker Papers: A Food History of the Modern South" on March 22.
I've been hearing and reading comments about the extreme cold we're experiencing and how unusual it is. But to tell you the truth, these temperatures are not that unusual.
Mississippians can ring in the New Year with 10 free flowering trees by joining the Arbor Day Foundation any time during January.
Former State Rep. Tyrone Ellis will be the featured speaker at Mississippi State during the university's 24th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Unity Breakfast.
Mystery and romance will be key ingredients in an entertaining evening of "whodunit" in Starkville Feb. 8. An annual Mystery Theatre Dinner benefiting United Way of North Central Mississippi begins at 5:30 p.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn.
House-made condiments, street food-inspired dishes, vegetable carb substitutes, food as medicine, sugar alternatives -- these are a few of the line items popping up in an online search for the hottest national food trends predicted for 2018.
I hate to throw over-ripe bananas away. It is such a wasted opportunity for fresh fragrant banana bread.
Leftovers! Some folks love them, others happily scrape them into the trash.
Let's say you've resolved to eat healthier in the New Year, but find yourself tripped up over and over again by your unconquerable yen for food that's rich and delicious.
Women seeking to develop improved job and life skills can receive free training through the Christian Women's Job Corps-Golden Triangle (CWJC), which is currently accepting applications for its spring semester.
Golden Triangle counties are gearing up for Martin Luther King Day Jr. Day, annually observed on the third Monday of January.