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I’ve enjoyed reading through two new cookbooks the last few weeks. The new releases are definitely worth your time if you enjoy cooking and trying new dishes. “Cravings: Hungry for … more
This past week has been more than hectic at work with Hurricane Florence at our door, so no time to write a food column. This column, from 2012, features a favorite season recipe. (I'm still using … more
Have you stocked your pantry with pumpkin spice foods yet? Coffee creamer, cereal, cookies, yogurt, oatmeal — it’s all at your local grocery store. I don’t go overboard with pumpkin spice … more
Quite a few cookbooks have crossed my desk in recent months, fueling my desire to get in the kitchen and try something new! ‘siriously delicious’ I’ve already made one recipe from Siri … more
I have another quick and easy treat you can make, and if you cook a lot, you probably have all the ingredients at home. Last week, my granddaughter and I spent a few lazy days together — … more
I haven’t done much cooking the past month or so as I recover from surgery. I have, however, spent much of my couch time reading cookbooks and food magazines and drooling over recipes I want to … more
I’ve been longing for blueberry pancakes and apple butter since the spring, when my husband and I took a trip to the beach. We had breakfast at a favorite local spot in Morehead City, The Banks … more
If I could, I would bake something new every day. When I’m reading a new cookbook or scrolling through Pinterest, my eye always stops at cookies dotted with chocolate chips, loaves of yeast breads … more
I was so glad when Sora decided to make chocolate chip cookies for our last summer food column together. We all love chocolate chip cookies at my house, so I was eager to oblige and be her … more
It’s a lot of fun to make cupcakes, cookies and even Popsicles. But you also need to learn how to make main courses — the “stick-to-your-ribs” kind of food. My 9-year-old granddaughter, … more
When granddaughter Sora and I decided to do a few food columns together this summer, I knew right away I wanted her to choose the recipes we would make. Part of the fun of cooking for me is … more
I love the lazy days of summer — longer days, fewer commitments, and more time to spend with the family. Sure, there are things to do from day trips and summer camps to Bible school and yard … more
I’m loving the abundance of plump North Carolina blueberries at grocery stores and farm markets right now. I can’t resist buying a pint almost every time I walk by a display! Even out of … more
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
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