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Anne's Kitchen: Anne puts leftover lemons to tasty use

Posted 2/15/2017 in Food

As usual, I've been cooking with what is in my home, doing my best to use up items that for some reason seem to multiply when I'm not looking.

Entertaining? Try a fall-apart roasted pork shoulder

Posted 2/15/2017 in Food

I was talking with a friend about perfect meals for entertaining, and we went through the usual suspects: lasagnas, chili, tenderloins.

Tuscan flavors of olives and beans make this salad a treat

Posted 2/15/2017 in Food

News flash: Kale is still in.

KitchenWise: cheesy baked grits a deeply satisfying staple

Posted 2/15/2017 in Food

A kind of carbo-licious porridge made from dried and coarsely ground corn, grits are to Southern cuisine what potatoes are to Northern cuisine -- a deeply satisfying staple.

Pretty in pink ... and other ways to say I love you

Posted 2/8/2017 in Food

Pink -- the color of romance and charm, affection and tenderness.

Cooking on deadline: Filet mignon with pistou, green salad

Posted 2/8/2017 in Food

Wow, does this dish look classy, right? But look at the ingredient list -- not too long.

Spicy pork chops -- a touch of Creole

Posted 2/8/2017 in Food

With Mardi Gras fast approaching, I thought it might be fun to salute New Orleans' cuisine by finding a new use for the city's unique and far-famed Creole spice mix.

Amped-up beef stroganoff is ideal dish for Valentine's Day

Posted 2/8/2017 in Food

Primed to romance your certain someone on Valentine's Day? Nothing says "I love you" more persuasively than a home-cooked meal.

Taco soup without the meat? Thoughts from a pescatarian

Posted 2/1/2017 in Food

Pescatarians are those among us who eat fish, but not other meat. It's a practice Devan Torrence of Starkville has followed for almost a decade now, due in large part to a beef and pork allergy.

 

Anne's Kitchen: Outside the box, with Asian flair

Posted 2/1/2017 in Food

Recently I did a cooking demonstration for a local garden club and after that, hosted five friends for a long weekend.

 

Great for big game day, any day: cheesy beer dip with hot pretzels

Posted 2/1/2017 in Food

It is easy enough to put out bag after bag of chips during a Sunday football-watching party, or any other gathering for that matter.

For pizza crust with a big dose of vitamins, try cauliflower

Posted 2/1/2017 in Food

Cauliflower is a wonder-veggie.

Game Day s'mores are a big win for Super Bowl party fare

Posted 2/1/2017 in Food

These sweet treats are a riff on the very popular summer campfire s'mores.

'All day cooking without looking' -- some slow cooker dos and don'ts

Posted 1/25/2017 in Food

After a balmy interlude, winter makes a halfhearted return to the Golden Triangle this week, reminding us it is January. If a kitchen appliance can be said to have a season, surely winter belongs to the slow cooker, or crockpot.

Cooking on deadline: leek, sausage and split-pea soup

Posted 1/25/2017 in Food

This makes a ton of soup, and you can freeze it at will.

Let five-spice powder turn a 'blah' chicken into warm spice

Posted 1/25/2017 in Food

Eating healthy on a budget and tight schedule means the boneless skinless chicken breast makes frequent appearances on our dinner table.

 

Bruschetta, 3 ways, for a satisfying main dish

Posted 1/25/2017 in Food

There are few dishes more elemental and satisfying than bruschetta. A mainstay at many Italian restaurants, it's an appetizer comprising slices of grilled bread adorned with any number of toppings.

 

Home field advantage: Football and food -- let's have a party

Posted 1/18/2017 in Food

Scribbly notes on my calendar remind me I fully intended to hold off on any Super Bowl-related food topics until next week.

A little beer is a lot of flavor in these Super Bowl sliders

Posted 1/18/2017 in Food

Big provisions are required to watch the big game, and nothing's more substantial than a burger, even in its mini-form -- the slider

This grain salad might be the key to healthier eating in '17

Posted 1/18/2017 in Food

If you're anything like the rest of us, you might tend to needlessly overcomplicate your life.

 

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