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On Cooking Southern: Fill the Freezer Now – July Is National Blueberry Month

SOUTHERNISM OF THE MONTH Glow: What Southern Belles do instead of sweating, as they gently blot their faces with lace-edged hankies and languidly move their...

On Cooking Southern: Quick and Easy Road-Trip Foods Enhance the Travel Experience

SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK Down in the dirt: Someone is willing to roll up their sleeves and participate at an elemental level, getting dirty and...

One Patriot’s Thoughts About Recent and Coming Events

A few weeks ago I made a two-day bus journey to the annual Continental Congress of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution...

On Cooking Southern: The Days of Wine and Noses Are Here to Stay

SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK High Falutin’: A situation, attitude, or circumstance in which one party is putting on airs, acting high and mighty and...

On Cooking Southern: The Days of Wine and Noses Are Here to Stay

SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK High Falutin’: A situation, attitude, or circumstance in which one party is putting on airs, acting high and mighty and...

On Cooking Southern: Memorial Day Marks the Start of Summertime Feasting

SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK Bite the bullet: Dating back to primitive medical conditions during the Civil War, the expression means to toughen up and endure...

On Cooking Southern: Experience a Virtual Vacation with Pineapple Dishes

SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK Come on over any time; the kettle’s always on: Interchangeable with "the coffee pot’s always on, and the welcome mat’s out”...

On Cooking Southern: The Mother of All Condiments Flavors Food and More…

SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK Ain’t it a hoot: Related to “give a hoot” and “whoop and holler”... Something is a hoot if it is funny...

On Cooking Southern: Sweeten the Meal with Simple, Make-Do Pies

SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK As nice as pie: A really sweet and kind person... someone we want to be around. NO EXOTIC INGREDIENTS NEEDED FOR THESE...

On Cooking Southern: Serve Up Sunday Flavor With Savory Chicken, Spring Veggies

SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK Hallelujah and pass the cornbread: Southern epithet of support favored by Madea and most church-goers, meaning “Praise the Lord, Amen and...