Lauren Starnes, it turns out, didn’t need a recipe to find the recipe for success.
Santa’s helpers will be out in full force Christmas morning, preparing bountiful buffets for any of you wanting to celebrate the day out of the kitchen. Just be sure to make reservations now so the restaurants will be prepared to greet and seat you.
Good morning, readers, exactly one week before Christmas. Today’s recipes should provide some fodder for your big meal … and for any special occasion.
Thinking of giving someone their first pet for Christmas?
With all those presents to open, nobody wants to spend Christmas morning in the kitchen. So to keep you where you belong on the big morning, we created this easy raspberry and cream cheese stuffed breakfast biscuit that is fast and easy to assemble.
The holidays are a great time to pull out the old photos and reminisce, but there’s no need to huddle around a dusty album. There are a variety of ways to get them out in the open by making them part of your holiday decorations.
The 80-plus faculty and staff at Hixson High School get an early Christmas present Friday when the Hixson Pike Huddle House serves them breakfast.
Things are crazy at my house this time of year. I’ve got too much to do in too little time.
BARRY COURTER: Lisa, it’s hurry-up time. This is the time of year when everybody must hurry up and finish their shopping, decorating and getting those Christmas cards out. We are running out of days.
Facebook users are a pretty supportive bunch. According to the social network's statistics, each of its 1.2 billion users click the thumbs-up "like" button an average of four times every day.
The other day, I asked one of my sons to put stamps on some utility bills while I went back to my bedroom to get my jacket.
The artists may be related, but River Gallery's latest exhibit featuring works by John, Lynn and Marty Whipple shows that sharing a name doesn't equate to sharing artistic impulses.
Melissa and Bryan Laseter have been married eight years and have two small children.
Dianne and L.P. Cline have been traveling to Europe and Russia on purchasing trips for their businesses since 1990; first sourcing antiques, then Russian artwork.