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If you’ve ever watched the HGTV show “Fixer Upper,” you’ve probably seen Joanna Gaines, her husband, Chip, and their children in the kitchen. The family makes an effort to … more
Have you bought a gift for your dad yet for Father’s Day? If dad’s a griller, why not get him a cookbook filled with new recipes for the grill? Then he can wow the family with such specialties … more
I’ve been on the receiving end of several new cookbooks in recent weeks as new titles have been released. Alea Milham’s latest book, “Prep-Ahead Breakfasts and Lunches,” is one of the new … more
As summer nears and the promise of perfect tomatoes peeks up over the horizon, the prospect of an excellent BLT shines brightly. What is interesting to me about a BLT is the dueling dynamics of how … more
I didn’t really like tossed salads until I was a teenager. But the salad bars at Pizza Inn and Hunt High School enticed me to try all variations of veggies and crunchy things topped with creamy … more
When I was a little girl, I loved homemade chocolate chip cookies made with colorful M&Ms. That M&M taste made the chocolate chip cookies even better! When M&M baking bits came on the … more
Pasta salads make me happy. I love coming home for lunch in the summer and eating a bowl of pasta salad filled with seasonal vegetables from colorful bell peppers to cherry tomatoes and … more
If anyone asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up, I always told them a pediatrician or a children’s book author. But what I wanted most of all was to be a wife and mama … more
I’m on vacation this week, so I’m sharing a favorite recipe from 2014. I hadn’t exactly planned on making strawberry jam. But I had so many very ripe strawberries on my kitchen counter last … more
Today’s food column is brought to you by two of my favorite things: strawberries and pretty food magazines. Last Friday, I spotted a publication from Taste of Home. “Sunday Brunch: Rise and … more
My husband and I enjoy eating at home after a day at work. I try to plan ahead so I can get our supper started when I get home and we can eat together and talk about our day. Then it’s time to … more
Ferrells Fire and Rescue Auxiliary has a nice new cookbook filled with lots of yummy recipes at the bargain price of $10. I’ve enjoyed reading though the wire bound, 162-page cookbook, checking … more
I’m taking off a few days this week, so I’m sharing a recipe from May 2010, when my 24-year-old daughter was still in high school! Maybe you’ve noticed from my recipes that I don’t cook … more
Have you made plans for your Easter ham leftovers? I know, I know. You haven’t even cooked the ham yet. Why am I talking about the leftovers? I usually start thinking of what I will do with … more
I love it when my kids cook for me. Not only do I enjoy the food, but I also love knowing they are cooking — even if it’s not every day. When they were little, my son and daughter cooked … more
I read way too many food posts on social media. I have the urge to cook all the time. Seriously. In the last few days, I have saved recipes on Pinterest for skillet Italian beef and rice, … more
It was 2007 when I first made a snickerdoodle cake. I remember how much my family loved the subtle cinnamon flavor and buttery frosting of this delicious dessert. My sister, Susan, had told me … more
This column first ran in February 2011. For five years now, I’ve had a wonderful stir-fry recipe in my possession. The sad thing is, I didn’t make it until last week! The recipe is Sweet … more
Billy Graham loved Bridges barbecue in Shelby, his family’s friend Sally Pereira told Charlotte Observer reporter Bruce Henderson for an article about Graham’s private life and common … more
Something very exciting happened this month in the Wilson coupon world, Harris Teeter super doubles! Yes, I was one of those people who showed up at 5:30 a.m. to get the best deals. Super doubles … more
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