Let’s go to Jackson, and I don’t mean Mississippi
The Jackson I have been to this week is right here in Richmond. If you get to 203 S. Third St. in Richmond, that is where you will find “Jackson’s,” owned and operated by Sean Jackson.
Shop your refrigerator, part two: Casseroles
Last article, we wrote about making soup out of leftover ingredients you have around the house. With this winter giving us one more round of snow early in the month, a hot bowl of soup turned out to be a good way to stay warm while staying home.
Let’s have a Mardi Gras party in Kentucky
It’s the time of year when the people in New Orleans celebrate a festival called Mardi Gras. Many states now do the same. Some call it “Fat Tuesday” which I have never understood till I went to New Orleans (five times) and saw all of the excitement for myself.
Beat the winter blues with meatballs
When it’s this cold outside it’s nice to warm up with some good comfort food.
I can think of few things more wonderful than the smell of simmering meatballs coming from the kitchen while I cuddle with my two young children, and a few good books, on a brisk winter day.
Bake up some red velvet, white chocolate cookies
After the kids come in from building snow forts and making snow angels, I like to have big cup of hot chocolate with extra marshmallows. But if you really want to indulge after playing in the snow, try these melt-in-your-mouth cookies.
Home cooking bonds the Culton sisters
Fours sisters from the Culton family share a bond of good home cooking.
The sisters are: JoEtta Culton Dunn, Joyce Culton Smith, Betty Culton Oliver and Kathy Culton Smith.
Rogers loves cooking
Barbara Rogers started cooking as a teenager in high school. She was inspired to cook by her high school home economics teacher Dixie Edwards.
Keeping food safe during emergencies
Today’s article is one I have submitted before, but the information in it is worth reading again.
The food in refrigerators and freezers represents a significant investment. Winter storms can cause power outages that may last from a few hours to several days before electricity can be restored.
How does one dehydrate anything?
I recently dug out my electric dehydrator and decided I was going to learn some new things about dehydrating fruits and vegetables.
It has been a wonderful learning experience. I will share with you some of the items I dehydrated.
A cook’s prayer
This is the season to really do something good for someone else. If you are able, thank your post person, the letter carrier and even the garbage person.
I did something this year when I decided to leave stuff in my mailbox and in my newspaper tube, etc. I hope they enjoyed my home made goodies.
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