April 27, 2017

Before starting my second installment of “Top Reasons to Visit the MS Gulf Coast for a day or weekend trip,” I’m proud to announce thousands of voters around the U.S. agree with one of my picks from two weeks ago. The Ole’ Biloxi Fillin’ Station’s burger was named “Coa...

April 27, 2017

Hunger in America is much closer than you may think. With the USDA reporting that one in eight Americans struggles with hunger, including more than 13 million children, food insecurity is an issue facing families in every county across the country. Spring and summer ar...

Every July hundreds of thousands of people make a pilgrimage from the Pyrenees on France’s border to Santiago de Compostela on Spain’s northwest coast. The passage is historically known as the El Camino de Santiago or Way of St. James, a route taken by pilgrims who wer...

April 26, 2017

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(StatePoint) Welcome warm weather by gathering friends and family. If you are looking to create a memorable evening, consider entertaining guests at home with an instructional wine tasting and cooking lesson.

Wine Tasting

Keep it clas...

April 26, 2017

The Food Factor presents the best, research-based information related to food, nutrition, diet, and healthy lifestyles. Our host, Natasha Haynes, is an experienced educator with the Mississippi State University Extension Service who has spent over 15 years sharing tips...

April 26, 2017

Finding the perfect recipe to share with loved ones can prove to be a year-round
challenge. These tasty dishes that include a flatbread appetizer, shrimp main
dish and a favorite seasonal dessert made with strawberries can help you serve
up a meal perfect for any sprin...

April 21, 2017

Spring, wonderful spring...the official start of vacation season. Vacation means many things, including letting someone else do the cooking. I understand the appeal of seeking a reprieve from packing hundreds of mundane lunches and trying to think of something - anythi...

April 21, 2017

LAUREL, Miss. /PRNewswire/ - Sanderson Farms and the United Way share a rich history. In 1979, Joe F. Sanderson, Sr. served as Board President of the Jones County Givers Fund, an organization now known as the United Way of the Pine Belt Region. This tradition is contin...

Hungary – a former member of the USSR along with Georgia, Moldova and several other countries -- are producing amazing wines from indigenous grapes at bargain prices. Since the early 1990s Hungary has been governed by a democratic government and features a free market...

Although Natasha Haynes has never lived or worked on a farm, her professional career has circled around agriculture. She is an Extension agent in Hinds County and host of “The Food Factor,” the weekly video feature produced by the Mississippi State University Extension...

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