If you were thinking of dressing up as a vampire for Halloween, let me assure you a real vampire wouldn’t be interested in the beverages listed here!
Food reflections and recipes from local columnist Cathie Campbell.
Well, I guess our super-hot weather is pretty much over by now.
Ready for some warm-your-tummy autumn chowder and gumbo? While the weather is not causing us to go out and shop for arctic parkas, many of us are more than eager to enjoy a new season.
It will soon be time for spooky fun and good food. And even if you don’t celebrate Halloween, as many people do not, the recipes can still be made and enjoyed any time you like.
Oct. 1 marks the beginning of my favorite month of the year. It is also World Vegetarian Day, so if you like veggies, I hope you will find a recipe here that you want to try.
Sept. 16 was National Guacamole Day (and Nov. 14 will be National Spicy Guacamole Day). You know how much I love food celebrations!
No matter what time of year it is, I often get cravings for sweets. Pecan pralines are favorites of mine, as anything with brown sugar is very attractive.