October 31, 2018

“Double, double, toil and trouble, fire burn and cauldron bubble.” If this Shakespearean ode to witches doesn’t conjure up a craving for a big pot of soup on Halloween night, maybe the cooler temperatures will do the trick. Either way, it’s fall. Time to bring out the...

Citrus in Mississippi produce their crop in fall and winter. These Meyer lemons and satsumas were ready to be enjoyed at Christmas time. (Photo by MSU Extension/Gary Bachman)

The fall and winter seasons mean it’s time for colorful pansy, viola, and dianthus. But the cha...

Israel is certainly not high on the minds of most U.S. wine consumers. Although ancient wine production in Israel is documented through archeological evidence and chronicled frequently in the Bible, wine production and world attention has lagged among wine producing co...

October 29, 2018

Some days it’s hard to get all of my daily servings of fruits and vegetables. One way I’ve found to solve this problem is roasting an assortment of vegetables in the oven. I get to choose my favorite seasonal vegetables, which are usually more affordable. I love the te...

October 26, 2018

When you're in the mood for something other than a cheeseburger or fried chicken, try out one of these delicious ethic food restaurants in the capital city! Check out some our favorite spots in this week's Sipp Jackson post. 

STARKVILLE, Miss. -- An application of peanut fungicide costs $15-20 per acre, so growers are relieved when they catch a year like 2018 when disease pressure is low.

While statewide peanut acreage is down significantly from last year -- about 25,000 acres compared with...

October 24, 2018

“Round and round she goes, where she stops, nobody knows.” The famous line from the popular 1940’s radio program The Original Amateur Hour comes to mind as diners step into the historic Dinner Bell in the heart of downtown McComb. Once inside, large lazy Susans are pil...

October 23, 2018

The days are getting shorter, and if you’re like me, you don’t always feel like cooking when you get home, but you don’t want to eat fast food either.

I discovered this recipe using cauliflower rice and any ground meat while looking online for healthy recipes. I decided...

As if wine isn’t confusing enough, along comes the mysterious amarones from Italy to tax the brain. While most wines are simply made – pick the grapes, let them ferment and then bottle – amarones add a twist.

We’ll try to demystify the process.

An ancient process unique...

October 22, 2018

Preparing side dishes can be time consuming. Save those precious minutes to enjoy the holidays by using refrigerated, never-frozen options like mashed potatoes, mashed sweet potatoes, baked apples, and even macaroni and cheese that can be heated in the microwave and re...

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