Granted, most letters on their way to the North Pole this time of year are penned by youngsters, but that doesn't mean the rest of us aren't tempted from time to time. If the art of cooking and appreciation of good food are among your joys in life, your wish list probably has something on it for the kitchen.
There is nothing earth-shatteringly special about this recipe. But it's simple, hearty, forgiving, uses ingredients I frequently have on hand, and pleased even my picky eaters. So I guess in that sense, it is special.
The holiday season brings gatherings, get-togethers and parties of all kinds, meaning dishes that can feed a crowd are all too important for successful entertaining.
Looking for something a bit different when guests are visiting during the holidays? Wake everyone up with the aroma of blueberry-pecan scones baking in the oven.
Celebrity chef Andre Rush and Cindy Ayers Elliott of Foot Print Farms in Jackson are among experts set to share their knowledge at the Healing Springs Farmacy Mississippi Chapter VegFest Saturday, Nov. 30 in Crawford.
Go ahead and rinse your cranberries, potatoes and green beans. But food experts say don't -- repeat don't -- wash the turkey before popping it in the oven on Thanksgiving Day.
Hosting Thanksgiving isn't for the faint of heart.
Food that tastes as good as it looks is one of the many holiday traditions observed by many hosts.
A cheese board, plate or course can be a delightful way to savor the season with family and friends, bringing together a medley of tastes and textures.
Almost nothing says comfort food quite like a freshly baked casserole.
Pam Bullock and her cousin Judi Jarrett were both born and raised in Columbus, and each made their way out into the world when they were grown. As adults, they traveled great distances, as military families do, and lived in different, often exciting locales.
I got home from work last Friday night, and I really, really, really did not want to cook. At all. Do you feel me, ladies and gentlemen?
The rush of the holiday season -- shopping for gifts, decorating the house, hosting loved ones and other added obligations -- can be challenging.
How many times have you heard someone say they've slaved away in the kitchen all day?
Have you ever wondered how cake makers turn out those intricately decorated creations? Have you pondered whether you could learn to do it yourself? Cassie Black in the New Hope community believes there is every chance you can.
Crisper temps, "shorter" days -- that means it must be time to revisit our slow cookers. I can't resist at this time of year. Yes, the appliance is great to use year-round, but there is just something about a chilly change in the weather that cozies up with slow cooker meals.
I am an extremist: all or nothing, in or out, black or white. I don't do well with moderating my intake of food or balancing work and life.
As chilly weather sets in and days get shorter, comfort food favorites once again fill menus.
'Tis the season of pumpkin, and this pumpkin loaf will fill the house with the aroma of fall when the warm slices come out of the oven.
When a quick bowl of cereal just won't do, here's something a little more filling and interesting -- cheesy hash browns.