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home : lifestyle : food   April 24, 2015

Grilled cheese lovers share the secrets to toasted perfection
How do you eat your grilled cheese? One-year-old Micah Schaefer of Mendota enjoys eating a grilled cheese sandwich prepared by his father. Micah and his older brothers, Elijah, 2, and Jeremiah, 3, like to dip their grilled cheese sandwiches in ketchup. Their mom and dad prefer tomato soup.NewsTribune photo/Scott Anderson
How do you eat your grilled cheese? One-year-old Micah Schaefer of Mendota enjoys eating a grilled cheese sandwich prepared by his father. Micah and his older brothers, Elijah, 2, and Jeremiah, 3, like to dip their grilled cheese sandwiches in ketchup. Their mom and dad prefer tomato soup.
NewsTribune photo/Scott Anderson
A quick search on Pinterest will bring up plenty of variations on the old favorite, but Nick Schaefer of Mendota makes an excellent classic grilled cheese, according to his wife, Andrea.
Wednesday, April 22, 2015

8 ways to maximize your wine-tasting experience
If you’ve never been to a wine tasting, it might sound like an intimidating affair. But it doesn’t have to be.
Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Hungry for a taste of Hungary
“The American Plate” over the past several months has taken me from Colonial America, when everyone was an immigrant to the late 1800s when immigrants began to be viewed with suspicion.
Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Pumpkin a perfect palate
One of the first things I think about when it’s fall is all of the wonderful aromas coming out of the kitchen. My favorite is pumpkin. I know many people are enamored by the apple, and I like it, too, but it’s pumpkin all the way for me.
So when I found this recipe in Stacey Little’s “The Southern Bite Cookbook,” I knew I just had to try it.

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Hashing it out

Cookbook author Stacey Little said he never set out to write a cookbook. But along the way he learned a lot about himself and his life. “Food and family are two of the most important things in my life,” he said. When I write about my family and the food that has defined us for generations, I can write volumes.” Little’s cookbook, “The Southern Bite Cookbook,” is a compilation of recipes of his own device as well as family secrets and friend’s recipes. Every recipe is introduced with the story of its origin or how it is used.

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Keeping salad for home better than sharing at potluck
Stacey Little never intended to write a cookbook. He was “just” a blog writer, reviewing restaurants and giving his opinions on the food scene from his Alabama home. When he started publishing recipes from a family collection, things took off. “I don’t really consider myself a writer,” Little said. “I had a lot of reservations at first about doing the book. I realized that folks were desperate for quick and easy recipes that called for ingredients that they already had on hand.”
Wednesday, August 27, 2014

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