Thursday, November 23, 2017

On Cooking Southern: Brunswick Stew

Two recipes for that unpretentious comfort food By Laurie Triplette ldtriplette@aol.com SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK Uppity: Pretentious. Acting like someone you’re not, as though trying to impress others with...
Gimme Some Sugar, Darlin'

On Cooking Southern: Recipes of the Week

Good doesn't have to be hard. By Laurie Triplette ldtriplette@aol.com MOTTO: KISS (Plan your meals; Buy fresh or grow your own; cook it gently; season sparingly). CREED: Good...

Sharing

When my friend (or "my fella' " as Ed Meek would say) Ken Northrop and I were in Oxford for the 100th anniversary of The...

I Love Mississippi Despite . . .

Two 50th anniversaries this year really hit home for me. "I love Mississippi." Those words and others from then Governor Ross Barnett at an Ole...

The Ever-Widening World of Hotty Toddy

By Charlie Mitchell For the two weeks known on campus as August Intersession, the Meek School of Journalism and New Media was fortunate to have...

Generations

There is an energy on the Ole Miss campus that persists, no matter what. That’s one of the many observations I’ve pondered as a newcomer...

The Return of Cotton

Scott Coopwood, a seventh generation Deltan, lives in Cleveland, Mississippi, with his wife Cindy and their three children. Scott is the publisher and owner...

The Sporting Poole Brothers

The best-known football family in Ole Miss history and their ancestors account for 50 athletic letters  By John Cofield                     A trio of the best-known football family at...