Archive - 2011 - Lifestyle News
My Granny moved to Starkville this week.Â It wasnâ€™t a lock, stock and barrel move â€“ it was more of a temporary relocation as she recovers from a tumble she took a few weeks ago.Â I reckon when one is 95
By ANGIE CARNATHAN
Jessica Dealy of Starkville said she realized last year she was going to have to work on both Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Tastes generally tend to mature. Things we may have looked upon with disdain as children may yet become one of our favorite bites as adults.
Back before Halloween was strictly regulated and you had to worry about Halloween candy that wasnâ€™t pre-packaged, I remember my mom making popcorn balls for trick-o-treaters and the Halloween carnival
By JANE COLLINS
For Starkville Daily News
It has been a long season for the Maben Farmersâ€™ Market, but the vendors and the patrons have been loyal week after week.
The crisp air of fall means it is time to fire up the oven for roasting.Â I simply cannot get my fill of root vegetables and winter squash these days.
Fall.Â Finally.Â These are the days for greens, and I donâ€™t think I have ever enjoyed them in such abundance or prepared in so many different ways as I have this year.
By GWEN SISSON
While most people consider the gardening season to be over for the year, many fall gardeners are seeing the fruit of their fall gardening efforts.