WILSON’S LOCAL PRINT AND DIGITAL COMMUNITY INSTITUTION SINCE 1896
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When I first saw a Taste of Home recipe for blueberry-orange muffins, I made plans to bake them. Immediately. Blueberries and muffins. How can you go wrong with that combination? Add in some … 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
  For years — decades actually — my family and I used the same barbecue sauce. It’s a simple recipe that a neighbor shared with my mama when I was a teenager. It only … 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
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
I revisited an old recipe this month. It’s one I first made in 2013 and used in my column, but I decided to share it again today. (It’s been too hot to be in the kitchen cooking something … more
On a recent visit to the Wilson County Public Library, granddaughter Sora and I spent quite a bit of time looking at kids’ cookbooks. It was fun to flip through the pages, read the recipe names … more
More light and refreshing than a cream-based sauce or a chunky ragu, pesto makes for an excellent accompaniment to pasta during the hot summer months. It couldn’t be simpler to make; just … more
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