Saturday, January 20, 2018

Eating Oxford

No Time 2 Cook Recipe of the Week: Milky Way Pound Cake

Milky Way Pound Cake is one of my favorite cakes. Serve it warm on a cold day with a glass of milk or a...

No Time 2 Cook Recipe of the Week: Milky Way Pound Cake

Milky Way Pound Cake is one of my favorite cakes. Serve it warm on a cold day with a glass of milk or a...

No Time 2 Cook Recipe of the Week: Hearty Beef & Vegetable Soup

Brrrrrr! These frigid temperatures in Oxford have us wanting soup and the warm comfort foods we love. The only problem is that I find...

8 Ways to Dine for Less in Oxford

Everyone likes a deal. Whether you’re a new student strapped for cash after purchasing textbooks, a family saving up for a big purchase or...

Top Stories of 2017: How Much Pizza Is Too Much Pizza?

With at least 15 restaurants serving delicious pizza, we decided to find out if Oxford has enough pizza lovers to pay for all that...

No Time 2 Cook Recipe of the Week: Good Luck Black Eyed Pea Salsa

In the South, eating black-eyed peas on New Year's Day is thought to bring prosperity in the New Year. Christmas cooking usually cleans out my cupboards, so...

Neely-Dorsey: The Stories Behind Southern New Year Traditions

Have you ever wondered about that traditional Southern menu for New Year's Day? According to old Southern stories,it dates back to the Civil War when...

Top Stories of 2017: Thacker 564 Serves Southern-Style Sliders Worthy of a Sultan

  Oxford chef/restaurateurs Michelle Rounsaville and Trey Bridgers didn’t set out to reinvent the sandwich, but once you’ve tried Thacker 564, their new eatery at...

The Woman Behind Oxford’s Favorite Bakery – Bottletree Bakery

This story originally appeared on HottyToddy.com in November 2016. After coming down to Oxford, Mississippi, from Portland, Oregon, in 1987, Cynthia Gerlach had no idea...

On Cooking Southern: Can It Be Christmas without the Candied Cherries?

SOUHERNISM OF THE WEEK Smart Cookie: A person whose intelligence is notably outstanding. Never to be mistaken for someone who has behaved stupidly and is...