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Editor’s Note: This food column first ran in 2009. I still love making this delicious soup. I’m always eager to try new soup recipes because soup is a favorite meal with everyone I cook for. I have several tried-and-true soup recipes … more
In the quest for Big Crowd Food, lasagna reigns supreme. And at this time of year, you may find yourself entertaining a big crowd for a football game party, for the Oscars or another awards show, or just because it's cold out and it's nice to put … more
Don’t you love it when someone brings you something yummy to eat? I sure do! A few weeks ago, my friend Faye Allen Taylor showed up at my office with a multi-colored, six-layer cake for me to try. The pretty cake was topped with cream … more
Will you be watching the Super Bowl on Sunday? If you aren’t tuning in to root for the Patriots or the Falcons, maybe you’re planning to watch Luke Bryan sing the national anthem or Lady Gaga perform during halftime. Or maybe … more
It is easy enough to put out bag after bag of chips during a Sunday football-watching party, or any other gathering for that matter. And it's not much harder to go the extra step and put those chips into an actual bowl ... you know, if you're … more
I know we just got over Christmas, but Valentine’s Day is coming up. Now, of course, every day is Valentine’s Day at everyone’s house — for the most part. But between work, kids, church and ball, it can seem hard to find … more
NEW ORLEANS — New Orleans is a city strong on traditions, and few inspire as much passion as the king cakes of Mardi Gras season. Do you eat Haydel's, Gambino's or Randazzo's? Fillings and toppings or old-school simplicity? Do you nibble … more
I found a real treasure a few weeks ago while cleaning out a drawer in my bedroom dresser. Tucked between boxes of stationery and various odds and ends, was a hand-written copy of Josie Smith’s recipe for spice cookies. Josie’s … more
If you tend to fall into cooking ruts, one easy way to snap out of it is to check out the holiday calendars of different cultures. Next up on my list of inspirations is the Lunar New Year, or Chinese New Year. I love cooking Chinese and Asian … more
We really did our homework before the weekend’s winter storm. I planned out our meals for three days, and my husband and I went shopping several days before the sleet and snow started falling so we would be prepared to make some of our … more
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