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Anne's Kitchen: Retro weekend and good crumb chicken

Posted 9/16/2015 in Food

I was back home in Athens, Georgia, this past weekend at my high school reunion, and it was a fun, fun, fun time.


A bit of acid and fat do wonders to amp the flavor of fish

Posted 9/16/2015 in Food

Given how quickly it cooks, fish stands out as the perfect candidate for a weeknight meal, especially in the fall, when the resurgence of school and work can seem like the onset of hurricane season.

Want a better pork chop? Add a bit of bourbon and some flame

Posted 9/16/2015 in Food

I recently had the pleasure of meeting Fred Noe, the seventh-generation master distiller who literally grew up at the Jim Beam distillery in the middle of Kentucky.

A little care, a little brine can produce stellar pork chops

Posted 9/9/2015 in Food

Once upon a time pork chops were pretty rich. These days they're lean enough to be marketed as "the other white meat."

Easy veg skewers for back-to-school nights that aren't easy

Posted 9/9/2015 in Food

Back-to-school is kind of like New Year's Day for my kids. It's the perfect time to revisit personal goals, which range from mastering fractions to eating more vegetables.

What your chop or steak really needs is an easy, warm salad

Posted 9/9/2015 in Food

This recipe is a template for topping sauteed steaks or chops of most any kind with a wilted salad, a splendid dish for a late summer dinner.


Fast-food's new target: the snack attack

Posted 9/9/2015 in Food

Forget the Big Mac attack. Now is the time of the snack attack.


A grilled take on fried green tomatoes with shrimp remoulade

Posted 9/9/2015 in Food

I love fried green tomatoes! My grandmother made them at the beginning of fall when there were so many tomatoes on the vine in our area that no one minded picking the unripe ones and cooking them before they turned red and juicy.

Honey of a treat: Embrace the delicious difference of raw honey in ice cream

Posted 9/9/2015 in Food

These days, the ubiquitous honey bear may not cause us to stop and give thanks.

It's kickoff time for tailgates and good eats

Posted 9/2/2015 in Food

Everybody and their neighbor seems to have come down with a raging case of football fever around here lately. No wonder: Both Mississippi State and Ole Miss kick off their seasons Saturday, the Bulldogs on the road in Hattiesburg, the Rebels at home.


Anne's Kitchen: About salads -- tossed and composed

Posted 9/2/2015 in Food

There are two types of salad: tossed and composed.


When the apple itch strikes, bust out this easy baked treat

Posted 9/2/2015 in Food

During my freshman year at the University of Vermont, I became a pro at apple picking, and at cooking up all those apples I picked.

A burger of a different sort: A Middle Eastern shish kebab

Posted 9/2/2015 in Food

With autumn winking at me from the horizon, Labor Day grilling takes on a whole new significance.

Paper-thin veggies make better, more creative salads

Posted 9/2/2015 in Food

Want to build a better salad? Think thin.

Need an easy dessert? A Caledonia cook keeps it simple

Posted 8/26/2015 in Food

Rebecca Hester may be fairly new to the Golden Triangle, but she's an experienced hand at coming up with simple solutions when dessert is called for.

A fuss-free grilled chicken that doesn't skimp on flavor

Posted 8/26/2015 in Food

Sometimes we think too hard about the food we toss on the grill. Brine this, rub that, marinate for 12 days. Enough!

It's time to get over your unfounded fears of turkey burgers

Posted 8/26/2015 in Food

I get that people are nervous about turkey burgers being dry and flavorless, but that really isn't necessary.

Ditch the rice: Go with a new grain for better stuffed peppers

Posted 8/26/2015 in Food

Usually, there are two big problems with stuffed peppers: the peppers and the stuffing. Bland, bland, bland.

Planning Labor Day menus? Reinvent a summertime favorite

Posted 8/19/2015 in Food

Corn on the cob is a quintessential cookout companion. Stovetop, oven-roasted, open fire or grilled, this hand-held staple will be part of many an upcoming Labor Day celebration.


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