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Waffles were once a breakfast-only weekend treat, but times have changed.
It'll be easy to find your way to Lynchburg, Tenn., this weekend. Just follow the smoke signals and, once you get close, let your nose be the guide to the annual Jack Daniel's World Championship Invitational Barbecue.
If you’ve not yet pulled your tomato plants from the ground, it won’t be long before winter’s cold temps take over and force your hand. But before that happens, you may have lots of green tomatoes still clinging to the vines.
What is it about bananas and vanilla wafers -- two of the most-common foods on the market -- that, when paired, make one of America's favorite desserts? Banana pudding. And it's amazing how many different ways there are to make it.
My newest son-in-law is Jewish and, as such, I'm committed to learning more about the cuisine associated with Jewish holidays. The next one on the calendar, Rosh Hashana, starts Thursday and beef brisket, a cut of meat from a cow's breast or lower chest, is a popular entree.
Several months ago, I overheard a conversation between friends and my ears perked up. Sandy Zitkus was talking about tomato gravy. I'd heard of it before but, even as a born-and-raised Southerner, I'd never had it.
This is the time of year when tailgates come down and cheers rise throughout stadiums across the country.
Earlier this summer, I had the opportunity to attend a Pick Tennessee Products trade show in Nashville where dozens of booths were filled with food products made in Tennessee, from popcorn to granola, chocolates, jams, jellies, sauces and more.