No matter how many spins we've taken around the sun, there is something special about the eve of a new year.
For us Christmas has been a peak of the whole family of 14 over for a full day on Dec. 19, followed by two weeks of the laziest days I've ever spent.
The best New Year's Eve party I ever attended was a progressive graze of one appetizer after another all evening.
Years ago, a friend took me to one of his favorite restaurants in New York City. Dinner was fantastic, the company riveting, but what stayed with me most was dessert: maple budino. One bite and I was smitten.
A frittata is an Italian omelet, but one in which all of the add-ins (cheese, veggies, meat, rice, what have you) are mixed directly into the eggs (rather than folded into the center).
I remember it like it was yesterday. Daddy wore his brown leather blazer, always a siren to alert us that we were destined for town.
The house at 1324 Third Ave. N. sits on the corner of 14th Street where it has been empty at least five years according to the neighbors. It's an old house, with dingy walls outside and an overgrown lawn, but when next-door neighbor and artist Dustin Vance looked at it, he saw its potential.
Screenings in the Bama Art House Film Series Winter 2016 will begin on Jan. 12 and will feature six films.
Like many home gardeners, I believe I'll always remember the name of every plant I bring home from the garden center.
When we think about money, we're not talking about just money, but also a host of related consequences and deeply felt emotions, says retirement specialist Lee Stoerzinger.
One in nine people on earth do not have enough to eat; in America it's one in seven; and in Mississippi, one in four.
Each New Year, people make resolutions to better various aspects of their lives, but for busy pet owners, it can be important to be reminded of the best ways to take care of the furry family.
A respected Mississippi State management professor who has served in a number of interim administrative roles now has another at the university.
Here we are, just a day away from Christmas Eve, when we'll all be nestled snug in our beds -- probably under the A/C because Old Man Winter has taken leave of his senses. Nevertheless, I'm looking forward to our annual Christmas Eve chili tomorrow night.
Like millions of you, I am a home cook. I get dinner on the table for my family day after day. I plan the main dish, the vegetables (I always serve two so any pickier kiddos have a choice) and the sides.
Samosas probably are India's favorite snack. These crispy triangles are loved by everyone from Bollywood actresses to business managers and toddlers to grandmas.
Who says a holiday roast has to be red meat or poultry? Take a page from my French husband's family's book of traditions and serve salmon!
Santa Claus has a lot of calls to make every Christmas, so it should come as no surprise that he enlists helpers to make a few of them early.