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Remembrance of Maya Angelou From HottyToddy.com Writer Laurie Triplette

  Commentary by Laurie Triplette MAYA ANGELOU 1928-2014 Listen to yourself, and in that quietude, you might hear the voice of God.”  (Maya Angelou’s last tweet, Friday, May...

Laurie Triplette’s Thanksgiving Turkey Run

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzVRe_l6wg8&feature=youtu.be   Each November, HottyToddy.com food writer and cookbook author Laurie Triplette makes the trek to Zion Farms in Primrose, Mississippi, to pick up the pasture-raised turkey that graces the...

Triplette: Freedom Lovers, Beware and Be Resolved

My heart is breaking. Again. Last Friday, ISIS-affiliated terrorists systematically murdered innocent people going about the business of enjoying a beautiful autumn Friday night in...

Triplette: Fun Facts about Eggs

The fresher the egg, the milkier-looking the egg white, which becomes more clear and runny as the egg ages. Smaller eggs tend to hold...

Triplette: Food Safety During Power Outages

Our electricity has gone out three times in the past two weeks. The latest power outage occurred four days before Thanksgiving, when one fridge...

Triplette to Appear on QVC Sunday, March 17

Network will feature author and HottyToddy.com recipe blogger Wimmer Cookbooks Company has just produced a soft-cover, perfect-bound edition of Gimme Some Sugar, Darlin’, by Laurance...

On Cooking Southern: Easy Shortcuts Make Tasty Last-Minute Tailgate Fare

SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK A bubble off plumb: What the world is like right now in the wake of natural disasters and human interference with...

On Cooking Southern: A Groggy Night Inspires End-Of-Summer Cocktails

SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK Tom and Jerry: A grog of powdered sugar, beaten egg yolks and whites, whiskey and hot milk, seasoned with nutmeg. Dates...

On Cooking Southern: Beat Summertime Heat With Stick Food

SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK To love on: The action of being lovey-dovey with another person, including physical petting, hugging, kissing and making generally mushy-sounding small...

On Cooking Southern: Spring Teatime Offers Treats Even A Manly Man Will Like

SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK I’m losing my religion: Some extreme situation or person has provoked the speaker almost to the point of no return, beyond...