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The Continental touch: New restaurant specializes in tapas and continental cuisine

Posted 1/12/2011 in Food

Tapas -- those small, tasty canapés or appetizers so popular in Spain -- have returned to the Golden Triangle. Fritz Ehrentraut, of former hot spot 509 Tapas in downtown Columbus, resurrects the concept with the newly-opened Possum Town Tavern at 2222 Military Road.

Better together: Husband and wife team up to make baklava for the holidays

Posted 12/15/2010 in Food

Some things are just easier with four hands than two. Making baklava is one of them. It's become a Christmas tradition for Vicky and Jimmie D. "Tuffy" Bourland, who live in northern Lowndes County.

Ho Ho Holidays: Festive fare for parties, gifts or snacks

Posted 12/8/2010 in Food

As the days tick by until Santa's big scene, our halls are getting decked and our calendars filled.

Southern hospitality: Cooking savvy and a gift for entertaining inspire Carpenter to collaborate on cookbook

Posted 12/2/2010 in Food

Stepping into Nancy and Carol Carpenter's historic Columbus home during the holidays brings to mind a more gracious time. Bay leaf wreaths at the windows and mantles dressed in swags of greenery blend with warm colors, decor and furnishings that comfortably meld the present with the past.

Sweet harvest: Country Store Bake Sale celebrates 50 years of tradition, preservation

Posted 11/17/2010 in Food

For 50 delicious Novembers, the annual Country Store Bake Sale has helped fill Thanksgiving tables to overflowing with some of the tastiest homemade cakes, pies, candies, cookies, cheese straws and other goodies this side of the Mississippi River.

Later, alligator: New restaurant introduces gator to Triangle palates

Posted 11/10/2010 in Food

With house rules like "Feel free to fall in love," and "Dance wildly if you want to," you might expect the unexpected at Crawgators Restaurant, recently opened at 1586 Lake Lowndes Road in the New Hope community.

In a stew ... about what's for dinner? Try these to warm a chilly night

Posted 11/3/2010 in Food

Fall is a wonderful time to break out the stew recipes. Brrrr nights and blustery days call for comfort foods to fill the tummy and warm the heart. Most of us enjoy a traditional hearty beef stew, but variations are endless, as some of today's recipes illustrate.

No tricks needed: Try these Halloween treats for a howlin' good time

Posted 10/27/2010 in Food

No bones about it, for fun-minded cooks, Halloween is a great time to set the imagination free.

 

Fresh for fall: As seasons change, these recipes offers ideas for autumn

Posted 10/13/2010 in Food

Even to the deep South, autumn finally comes. Temperatures tease us, hinting at sweater weather ahead. Daylight retreats, day by day, and nights are ripe for sitting out on the porch, happily hatching plans for Halloween costumes, holiday menus or letters to Santa.

 

A decade of fine dining: J. Broussard's brings back favorites for anniversary

Posted 10/8/2010 in Food

From the moment they pass through handsome, carved doors that once fronted the old New Orleans Stock Exchange, diners know they've arrived at a distinctive destination.

Creamy, dreamy custard: Mimi's of Caledonia specializes in this frozen delight

Posted 9/29/2010 in Food

For Ray Merchant, serving up smooth, silky frozen custard cones, sundaes, splits and other sweet bliss is a far cry from the gritty sleuthing he did as a railroad detective for three decades.

Ripe off the vine, or in a recipe, the South's muscadine can shine

Posted 9/15/2010 in Food

As hot Southern summers wane into late August and September, young watchers who have patiently monitored vines at Palmer Home in Columbus finally hear the pronouncement: "Muscadines are ready!" And like other fans of the big grape, they fill up their shirttails with the sweet and tart fruit, to enjoy fresh off the vine.

Get your game on: Area tailgaters share recipes -- let the feasting begin

Posted 9/8/2010 in Food

Saturday's kick-offs heralded more than another autumn of gridiron action; they launched a fresh season of tailgating, too.

Labor of Love: Kick Labor Day eats up a notch to savor the end of summer

Posted 9/1/2010 in Food

Here comes Labor Day. But instead of mourning the passing of summer, segue smoothly into the season of touchdowns, turkeys and evergreens with a lively outdoor party that celebrates the last 20 or so summer days still officially left.

Country church homecoming

Posted 8/18/2010 in Food

Every second Sunday in August, come rain or come shine, the faithful return to a wooded spot "10 miles out in the country" from Carrollton, Ala. Here, for more than 100 years, generations have gathered to celebrate family and faith -- not to mention a hearty Brunswick stew and old-fashioned all-day singing at Spring Hill Baptist Church, first established in 1842.

Tasty Tradition: At 29 and counting, Ole Country Bakery still excels in bountiful breads and more

Posted 8/4/2010 in Food

While most of the world slumbers at 4 a.m., the day is under way at Ole Country Bakery in Brooksville.

Joy of cooking: From Iceland to the Deep South, Sigga Head finds happiness in the kitchen

Posted 7/28/2010 in Food

Cookbook titles aside, that phrase, "the joy of cooking," might have been coined for Sigga Head.

 

USA Today: 12-inch burger? Carl's Jr., Hardee's test market a foot-long (link)

Posted 7/16/2010 in Food

 

 

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