April 8, 2020

As Easter approaches this weekend, thoughts turn to family dinners highlighted by potato salad, spring vegetable dishes, and the piece de resistance, a glistening ham as the centerpiece. Easter 2020 will be altered for most of us. Reading online comments illustrates ma...

Two weeks ago, we wrote about the joy of drinking the red wines from Bordeaux during colder months. As promised, this week we’ll address the value of the red wines – older and current release – from Burgundy.

Burgundy is a world apart from Bordeaux, not just in distance...

April 3, 2020

The Salvation Army (SA) in Jackson is in urgent need of food donations for its pantry. The organization has enough food on hand to meet current demand until Tuesday of next week. Everyone is urged to donate as many canned items as possible or donate financially through...

April 1, 2020

As freezers slowly defrosted and grocery store shelves were bare after Hurricane Katrina 15 years ago, millions of Southerners vowed never to depend on modern technology to feed themselves and their families. Gardening, canning, baking, and other long-forgotten skills...

As we write this column, most people are confined largely to their homes as the coronavirus continues to spread across the country. Like you, we have a lot of anxiety over what the future holds for us and our families. It is a time for introspection and care, but it’s...

March 31, 2020

OXFORD, Miss. – Just because the Ole Miss Food Bank's doors are closed doesn't mean that food isn't being distributed at the University of Mississippi. Last week, students took home more than 930 pounds of food, an amount comparable to a semester's worth of food distri...

March 27, 2020

Mississippi favorites (from left) Robert St. John and Wyatt Waters tour Rome in the new season of “Palate to Palette” airing  at 7:30 p.m. Thursdays, April through May, on MPB Television.


JACKSON, Miss. – Chef Robert St. John and artist Wyatt Waters continue to follow...

March 25, 2020

During these trying times, it’s important to focus on positive things that make us happy and if possible, include a good meal. A place that meets this criteria–and by the way, is still offering limited contact, take-out meals for one person or in family-to-go sizes–is...

With temperatures somewhat chilly as the winter season comes to an agonizingly slow end, there’s still time to haul out some of the older red wines from Bordeaux and Burgundy that you hopefully laid away 10 or so years ago.

If you weren’t able to set aside some treasure...

As cases of COVID-19 grow around the country, many families are practicing social distancing to protect themselves and others.

This likely means people will be making fewer trips to the grocery store, cooking at home and using their freezers.

Natasha Haynes, a family and...

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