FOOD FOR THOUGHT — 3 easy back-to-school recipes

Recipes by CATE MCCRORY        Summer is still here (just step outside if you don’t believe it), but school is back in session! Here are three recipes to get you and yours through a busy week. ...

FOOD FOR THOUGHT — Cool off with fruit this summer

     Can we just say, summer 2022 already feels hotter than last year ever did? With that in mind, we hope you enjoy these COLD, fruity, refreshing dishes that will (hopefully) help you hold off the...

FOOD FOR THOUGHT — From morning to night — 3 winning recipes

By CHRIS FIELDS        Happy Father’s Day to all the fathers and father figures! June is National Men’s Health Month, so I am going to share some of the things I do to stay healthy spiritually,...

FOOD FOR THOUGHT — It’s barbecue season!

Recipes by STEPHANIE HOUSLEY       Spring is here (with summer quickly following!), and that means it’s time to open up the grill. We asked MCL Contributing Writer Anna Claire O’Cain’s mother,...

FOOD FOR THOUGHT — Recipes from Holy Trinity

Everybody knows the church cookbook is a great recipe resource, so we’ve raided the collective recipe drawer of Holy Trinity Anglican Church, the subject of our cover story (see page 16), for three...

FOOD FOR THOUGHT — Veggie faves inspired by Miss Welty

By JANE GERBER      With spring’s arrival, Mississippi gardeners’ thoughts overflow with visions of fruits and vegetables. Strawberries, onions and tomatoes were garden favorites of Pulitzer...

FOOD FOR THOUGHT — Comfort foods for cold weather

Recipes by ELISA MAYO        Sometimes, when the weather is frigid and you want to warm up, there’s nothing like going back to the basics. We asked our friend Elisa Mayo (who wrote this month’s...

FOOD FOR THOUGHT — Happy (Chinese) New Year!

Recipes by LAURA JANE MONTGOMERY By the time you read this, you’ll have already celebrated the new year — but what about the Chinese New Year, happening February 1? If you want some good Chinese...

FOOD FOR THOUGHT — 3 recipes from my mentors

By ANNA CLAIRE O’CAIN For these recipes, I chose to call on three of the most influential people in my life — my mom, my grandmother, and my cousin/former youth pastor. Not only have I shared many...

FOOD FOR THOUGHT — 3 for tea

By CHARLOTTE WALLER          According to ancient legend, a Chinese emperor discovered tea in the 28th century B.C. The emperor boiled his drinking water for health reasons. When an...

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