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I’ve enjoyed sharing recipes with our readers for another year. In 2019, we tried new main dishes, new sweets and some new beverages. Some recipes were from my family, some were ones I’ve … more
When I’m looking for something new to cook, I will often pull down a three-ring binder filled with recipes my mama once clipped or jotted down. When we went through Mama’s recipes after her … more
Try this easy strawberry cake Dessert starts with angel food cake mix I hope to get back to new recipes soon. But this week, I’m sharing a recipe from May 2012. I’ve been enjoying local … more
Who’s made pumpkin recipes so far this fall? There are so many options: pies, cakes, cookies, muffins. Over the years, I’ve use canned pumpkin for so many recipes, especially in the fall. … more
I’m sitting at my desk on a gorgeous Sunday afternoon, munching chocolate-covered pretzels made by my cousin Martha Cayton. Martha and her family are big fans of East Carolina University … more
Looking back today to a column that was first published in 2010. A lot of sandwiches will be packed up next week and sent to school alongside a bag of chips and a cookie or two. If you have … more
I couldn’t resist making another apple dessert this past weekend. My mama’s family had a pig-picking Saturday, and I wanted to take a dessert. For some reason, I had apple crisp on my mind. … more
It’s sweet corn season in eastern North Carolina, just in time for July 4 celebrations. My family will be eating corn on the cob with our hot dogs Thursday, along with baked beans and maybe … more
Will you be eating turkey for Christmas? If you have leftovers, be sure to ready this column from 2010 and give this chili a try. My sister was visiting at Thanksgiving and told me about this … more
Quite often, readers will ask me to feature recipes that would be good for someone with diabetes. I always admit that I do not cook for a diabetic, so I have very little knowledge of good recipes … more
There are so many things I love about summer: long days with sunlight until late in the evening, hydrangeas, my backyard day lilies that surprise me each morning with new blooms, and moon flowers … more
Most nights now, I’m cooking for just Reggie and me. That means I’m not planning in advance as much as I used to; sometimes we are very happy to eat bacon and egg sandwiches for dinner. Easy to … more
I hope to have some new recipes in a few weeks, but for now, enjoy this archived column from March 2013. I’ve made these rolls many times at Easter, including with the kids at children’s … more
Guest columnist Anne Sharpe shares a recipe she has made many times and as recently as this week. Somehow I seem to find a story floating around in my head with just a conversation with a friend. … more
My daughter got married last month, and my cousin’s daughter is getting married in June. That means we’ve had a nice spell of fun showers and parties. We have some traditional favorites that … more
Granddaughter Sora has seen me use my slow cooker for some of her favorite meals, including steak smothered in creamy gravy, a pot roast loaded with vegetables and tender chicken shredded and mixed … more
This column first ran five years ago. This yummy cake recipe is worth repeating! Easter’s next month; have you planned a special meal yet? I’ll be making a traditional glazed ham dinner on … more
In our house, we love the Fourth of July. We love the flag-themed attire, the fireworks and especially the cookouts. Hosting a Fourth of July cookout is a great way to get everyone together to … more
Throughout my youth, my family always got together to eat hot dogs, hamburgers, corn on the cob, potato salad and baked beans on the Fourth of July. After dinner, the aunts, uncles and cousins would … more
Sometimes it’s the easiest recipes that we enjoy most — the ones that only take a few minutes and yield yummy results. That’s the case with an easy recipe from Pillsbury for apple pie … more
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