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When I was a student at Atlantic Christian College, I went to the World’s Fair in Knoxville, Tennessee, with a group of students and teachers involved with the Undergraduate Fellows program. I got up very early on the morning we left … more
I have a lot of cookbooks. Cookbooks on two shelves in my kitchen, cookbooks on a bookshelf in my den, cookbooks stacked on the cedar chest at the foot of my bed. And even more cookbooks at work. When it came time for the newspaper to move from … 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
Beef ribs are all the rage in the barbecue world these days. I first saw beef ribs 20 years ago in Nassau, Bahamas. Looking for the best local food, I asked a taxi driver to take me to his favorite restaurant. He took me to a barbecue shack way … more
Anything as rewarding and fun as couponing can be addicting. Once you start couponing and saving big, it can be hard to stop or slow down. Many people who are new to couponing, after experiencing their first coupon “high,” that rush … more
For the last month, I’ve been forced to go the easy route when it comes to meal preparation. I broke my ankle (yes, second ankle in three years), and had to make some concessions. Some things are easier than others to do from the … more
It smells like pie this time of year at Henry and Anne Mercer’s house. The tantalizing aroma of baking pie crust, rich butter and chocolate fills their Black Creek home. They started baking pies on Sunday, and by the time their Christmas … more
It’s good to be back! Have you missed me? Six weeks after I was laid off from my job as life editor, I am back at The Wilson Times as associate editor. more
I was back downtown at the Wilson Farmers Market last Wednesday morning, scouting tables for inspiration. My granddaughter, Sora, was with me, and we wandered from table to table also looking at homemade soaps, fresh bread and bouquets of zinnias. … more
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