Looking for a quick appetizer to bring to the office lunch or your next holiday party? Holly Clegg offers this surprisingly simple spread recipe in her Too Hot in the ...
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Call 615-7800 to order your Thanksgiving turkey – smoked, baked or Cajun fried. All turkeys are 12-14 pounds and cost $39.99.
Gulf coast waters provide 70 percent of oysters caught in the United States, and Louisiana oysters are largest during the cooler months, according to Carol Stubbs and Nancy Rust in A Louisiana Christmas, their book of heritage recipes and hometown celebrations that contains this classic holiday appetizer.
There are five basic tastes – sweetness, sourness, saltiness, bitterness, and umami. Say what? Umami, derived from a Japanese word, means no disrespect to your mother but rather means “pleasant savory taste” – and it’s found in abundance in this Self magazine vegetarian recipe.
We’ve had a wonderful response to our guided healthy eating tours of Alexander’s that begin Friday, Nov. 8, at 10 a.m. led by nutrition expert Kendra Julian-Baker, a registered nurse whose focus is patient education.