What's for dinner tonight? Beef? Chicken? Pork? Bison? Goat?
This is the time of year when tailgates come down and cheers rise throughout stadiums across the country.
Good morning; good rain-filled, crisp-air, promising morning. Here are today’s challenges: tomato basil soup, homemade kefir, curry as served at Sawasdee Thai Restaurant and risotto made with Arborio rice.
We generally assume two things about salsa that we shouldn't.
She was never as lethal as a destroyer nor as magnificent as an aircraft carrier. But what the LST lacked in brute force and sex appeal, it more than made up for in pure utility.
When Lindy Smith found a dining room table and five chairs at a thrift store, she snatched them up with the idea that she would replace the old, tattered, non-matching fabric herself.
Most of us have complained of feeling down in the dumps. We've said, "I'm depressed" when we've been in a funk. Usually we bounce back.
For some people, going back to grade school is a gloomy proposition, the stuff of cold sweat and bad dreams.
BARRY COURTER: Lisa, it's not often you get to mention Ramsey Lewis and Bret Michaels in the same sentence, so I jumped at the chance just now. Lewis is a jazz legend who performs at University of Tennessee at Chattanooga on Tuesday for opening night of the Patten Performances series.
My world came close to collapsing recently when I had the scare of my life.
Nobody likes a story with a dull ending.
When Auburn University's iconic Toomer's Oaks were destroyed by a herbicide-wielding University of Alabama fan three years ago, woodturner Matt Moulthrop was already envisioning a way to permanently extend the life of the beloved trees even as Auburn fans were mourning their loss.
My father, bless his heart, had caviar tastes on a bologna budget.
A few months ago I embarked on a new adventure in my life.