Mississippi University for Women's Culinary Arts Institute will offer four Saturday cooking classes to the public this spring that require no enrollment in the university.
Looking to make enough chili for one night's dinner without hauling out a heavy pot, we turned to our trusty skillet.
In the traditional Greek dish called shrimp saganaki, sweet, briny shrimp are covered with a garlic- and herb-accented tomato sauce and topped with crumbles of creamy, salty feta cheese.
No sooner did Dispatch columnist Amanda Plair share a recipe last Wednesday for Tennessee Caviar than I came across Linda Bobbitt of Columbus making her signature Mississippi Caviar for a Saturday reception at the Rosenzweig Arts Center.
The delights of classic chicken pot pie are many -- from the burnished, flaky crust to the luscious, savory filling.
With its juicy oranges, tender chicken and a crunchy topping, Chinese chicken salad offers an enticing variety of tastes and textures.
One of the best ways to serve banana bread is with toasted nuts.
If you've had one of those days, and you find yourself glancing at the clock only to discover that it's already 5 p.m. (What!?) and dinner is not simmering cheerfully on the stove, then you may feel like you have limited options.
The thermometer has been on a joy ride the past few days, but one thing we know: real cold will return. On a chilly, damp January night, there's just something cozy about a slow cooker supper.
Traditional New Year's celebrations don't usually appeal to me.
Creamy Greek yogurt, fresh fruit and crunchy granola make a delicious and wholesome start to the day or a great afternoon snack -- and layering them in a glass makes this simple combination feel like a special occasion.
While poached chicken may sound like bland diet food, we actually love this method as it is very forgiving and an easy path to moist, succulent chicken every time.
More than 66 years have passed since Martha Bozeman tested recipes and helped proofread "Chew Chew: Favorite Recipes from Columbus, Miss."
I don't remember very many firsts. But I do remember the day my eldest daughter, Julia, started to read on her own.
Pancakes are a blank canvas, so bring out your inner artist.
Shrimp scampi is rarely awful -- it's unusual for things to go terribly wrong when garlic, wine and butter are involved -- but restaurant versions always make me wish I'd ordered differently.
'Twas two weeks 'til Christmas and all through the land, spirits were high and parties were being planned. Bad poetry aside, chances are you have a gathering ahead. It may be a company do, a neighborhood open house, or a more intimate evening with friends or family. Whether you're hosting or simply contributing one goodie to the spread, the holidays inspire us to try to make it special.
Making holiday cookies -- the rolled, cutout, and glazed butter-cookie variety -- is everyone's favorite December activity. Unfortunately, these cookies either look good but taste like cardboard or have buttery, rich flavor but lack visual appeal.
Kugelhopf is a festive, crown-shaped yeasted bread traditionally baked in a heavy earthenware mold. One legend suggests it originated in an Alsatian village, when the Three Kings presented it to a local baker named Kugel, who had hosted them.
When it comes to pot roast, keeping it simple is sometimes best. We started with a chuck-eye roast, a well-marbled cut that is great for braising. Splitting the roast in two allowed us to trim excess fat and cut down on cooking time.
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