Archive - Mar 2011 - Lifestyle News
I have written recently in this column about some of the opportunities I have had to eat international dishes in their countries of origin, from the simplest of fish and chips in England to zebra stea
By SANDY COHEN
By RUTH MORGAN
For Starkville Daily News
At a gardening event the other day my friend, Charlotte, told me that the price of a pound of zucchini has crept past the cost of a gallon of gasoline.Â That was shocking news to this zucchini lover.
Thirty -seven years ago, very early in the morning on September 24, 1977, I made my way down the road about 12 miles to the sleepy little town of Sturgis, to an old building where Roosevelt Harris had
By GWEN SISSON
Bitter battles have been fought over how much bulger goes in the Tabooli.
St. Patrickâ€™s Day was held last week, did you remember to wear your green?
This is my third spring here in Mississippi and I have to admit I havenâ€™t quite gotten my head around it.
Itâ€™s like constitutional reform, progressing in fits and starts.
Spring Break. Time to gather the vacation duds. Time to pack up the family van. Time to eat.