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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
I love having lunch at church following the morning service. There’s nothing like walking from the sanctuary to the fellowship hall to a table laden with some good home cooking! Although … more
Yum, yum, yum! My family and I love this easy, make-ahead breakfast dish. Sausage, onions, bell peppers and cheese fill these breakfast enchiladas that make the most delicious breakfast or brunch … more
Rather Be Cooking Chili seems to go hand-in-hand with Super Bowl parties. And why not? You can make it in advance. It’s easy to prepare a big pot to feed a bunch of football fans. And it’s … more
Sometimes you’ve just got to have chocolate. Ooey, gooey chocolate that’s so luscious it cures whatever ails you. I have an easy, fudgy brownie recipe to share with you … more
Leftovers! Some folks love them, others happily scrape them into the trash. Me, I’m on the love team. Leftovers speak to me. I’d always rather start a meal with a fridge full of tasty bits of … more
It’s 2018, and all I can see posted on social media is “New Year, New Me!” OK, that sounds great, but do you really plan to be a “new you”? Most of us have our typical resolutions … more
Rather Be Cooking For the last month or so, I’ve been on an oatmeal kick. I’ve had baked oatmeal filled with fruit for easy suppers, big bowls of hot oatmeal with plump blueberries for … more
Rather Be Cooking So many of my memories this Christmas season revolve around food! Imagine that. We shared so many meals around our worn, pine table, from a birthday dinner complete with a … more
I can’t let 2017 end without my annual look back at my favorite food column recipes of the year. There were quite a few that have become part of my regular rotation at home, especially easy … more
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