A recent analysis by Delighted Cooking, a website full of tips and information about all things food, found that Monterey Jack is the most popular cheese in Mississippi and 12 other states.
Greater Starkville Development Partnership announced its 2022 Souper Bowl winners.
If you’re the kind of gardener who has something fresh from the backyard on the table almost every day of summer, January meals can seem a little dreary.
Struggling through an unseasonably warm Mississippi Christmas with sunny skies and near-80 temperatures was made bearable through incorporating elements of a chilly December 2019 trip to New York City.
After publishing a look at Brunswick Stew in the Jan. 19 edition of The Dispatch, a reader sent in an email noting that most recipes they’ve seen include wild game.
We’re dealing with a worldwide pandemic that’s highly contagious and spreading faster than any of the other COVID-19 variants. A lot of people are testing positive with this virus daily. Some people are recovering from it and some are still dying from it.
Rotary Club International’s motto is “Service above self.”
The Stephen D. Lee Foundation is happy to announce the return of its annual party celebrating Valentine’s Day, which will be an early celebration held from 7-10 p.m. Feb. 12, at Belle Bridge, home of Seleana and Nathan Miller.
The Columbus-Lowndes Public Library System (CLPLS) will host its annual Autism Resource Center (ARC) Family Fair at 10 a.m. Saturday at the library 315 7th St. North, Columbus. The fair is designed to connect families with special accommodations to community organizations while creating a safe space for building relationships.
The Department of Theatre at Mississippi University for Women will host auditions for the play “I Hate Shakespeare,” by Steph Deferie, at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 7 in the Cromwell Blackbox Theatre.
The East Mississippi Community College Development Foundation is gearing up to launch a fundraiser to create a museum on the college’s Scooba campus to display sports memorabilia and other artifacts dating back to the college’s inception in 1927.
People interested in beekeeping should take time to answer some important questions and develop a plan before beginning this hobby.
Early in the gardening year is the best time to tackle some gardening tasks before we go all-in planting our color and vegetables. Mulching your landscape beds should be at the top of that spring checklist.
I have a neighbor who loves pruning potted plants into ancient-looking bonsai shapes.
The winter weather usually means one thing at my house: It’s time to break out the crockpot and make soup.
Committing to healthier habits in the new year often starts in the kitchen.
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For thousands of years, people have picked up chile peppers to add pizazz to their diets.
Adding salmon to your weekly menu can take dinnertime from drab to delicious.
Mississippi Department of Archives and History will host History Is Lunch Wednesday when Berkley Hudson will present “Pruitt’s Historic Columbus Photographs.” The program will also be livestreamed on Facebook.