Okay, fall is in the air and the holiday decor is already out in the stores.
Food reflections and recipes from local columnist Cathie Campbell.
Lemons and limes are very versatile citrus fruits, and they seem to show up everywhere.
Just about every time I go grocery shopping, whether at a regular store or a farmers’ market, I just have to get a few fresh jalapeño peppers.
I feel a little bit sorry for okra, because of all the vegetable choices we have available, okra is probably the most overlooked and neglected.
Before summer slips away, I would like to make some frozen treats, such as fruit pops. I made several batches of ice cream so far this summer, but now I think it’s time for something icy, on a stick.
The day before writing this, I came back from the store with many kinds of fresh fruit, but mostly grapes. I even bought some of the new Cotton Candy grapes.
Those who have access to homegrown tomatoes just might have a problem: what to do with all those juicy, fresh globes beyond cutting them up in a tossed salad.