Vols valiant but Florida wins 31-17
KNOXVILLE — The University of Tennessee football team clearly showed improvement Saturday afternoon, but the Volunteers still have a long way to go.
Q-and-A with UT tight end
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — So Alabama breezed through its first two games by a collective score of 72-6, rebuilt defense and all.
When cynics hear the word transfer, as it relates to high school athletes, they frequently associate it with recruiting.
Make a bit of better butter with a medley of seasonings
By the end of summer, most cooks have refined their grilling techniques and settled on their favorite seasonings.
Chocoholics, take note: Today’s requests have to do with chocolate things. “Yeast of the Ridge” saw a recipe somewhere for a cookie with chopped roasted almonds in the dough, along with Hershey’s kisses pressed in the center immediately after taking the cookies from the oven, and now she cannot remember where she saw it. She is hoping one of you can solve this mystery.
This charming deli, known for its great sandwiches, salads and desserts, has added breakfast to its daily offerings. It’s an idea that grew out of the popularity of the deli’s breakfast catering menu, said owner Mitchell Bell.
This week in the column I discuss the current state of video online.
This week in the column I discuss the Apple iPad, data mining, and other recent stories.
I’m no coffee snob. In fact, it’s rare that I have coffee beans in my house. I usually fix instant coffee since I’m usually in a hurry to get out the door in the morning. But, if you do have extra coffee beans around, here are some ways to use them once they’ve completed their main task of making your morning java. The suggestions come from coffee.org.
It seems as if there’s a day dedicated to everything in the food world, and zucchini growers can’t be left out. This Sunday is National Sneak Some Zucchini on Your Neighbor’s Porch Day.
If your garden, like mine, is filled with excessive basil, here’s a recipe that was featured in Taste of Home’s top-10 burgers.
Annual prep tour kicks off practice
What started as a fun idea has turned into a tradition and the one event I get asked about more than any other that I cover.
Former Chattanooga Times publisher Paul Neely visited me in 1994 and asked me to write this column. I said, “I will try it for six months. If I like it and you like me, I will continue.”
A friend of mine recently received a marriage proposal of sorts.