Archive - Lifestyle News
October 9th, 2012
By MATT CRANE
Starkville native Marisa Baggett is on a mission to bring the art of sushi-making into the average home with her new book, "Sushi Secrets: Easy Recipes for the Home Cook."
A graduate of Starkville High School, Baggett began her culinary career at the age of 22 when she opened The Chocolate Giraffe, a restaurant and catering company.
By JAY REED
One doesnâ€™t often hear the words â€śeat healthyâ€ť in the same sentence as the words â€śstate fair," but I am here to testify that it can be done.Â
You might need to use your imagination a little bit â€” you might need to think outside the box â€” but thatâ€™s not always a bad thing.Â Neither is lunch at the fair.
By PAMELA REDWINE
â€” Keep it low in fat. Measure your cooking oils, donâ€™t just pour them freely. Oils are very calorie dense. Use a non-stick skillet to further reduce the fat you use.
â€” Go very light on the cheese. Opt for small amounts of flavorful cheeses like Parmesan or Romano. Use fat-free ricotta in place of regular ricotta cheese.
Mr. and Mrs. Ric Cochran of Brandon are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter,Â LaurenÂ Alise Cochran, to Mr. Robert â€śBeauâ€ť Elliot Buntin III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert â€śRockyâ€ť Buntin of Starkville.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Goza of Brandon and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cochran of Jackson.
By GARY BACHMAN
Gardeners getting ready for fall planting should consider dianthus, a versatile group of plants that grow well in Mississippi gardens and landscapes.
By RUTH MORGAN
For Starkville Daily News
By CAROLE DAVIS
I am sharing with you an abstract form of art of three of my paintings, and one view of the entire painting in an antique frame of all three of the paintings.These four paintings are placed in a juxtaposition as a jumbled collection of impressive scenes and events from more than 40 years ago.
By EMILY JONES
"Whatâ€™s the funniest thing that has happened to you this week?â€ť
By MATT CRANE
The life and times of the ancient Romans and Greeks will be ushered into the 21st century this week as the Mississippi State University Honors College presents Classical Week Oct. 8-12.