The Little House on the Prairie books were my Harry Potter, my Twilight, my Boxcar Children, my Babysitter Club, all wrapped into one. Laura Ingalls Wilder was not only my […]
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Last week, I put my own spin on the well-documented canning renaissance in a story about quick pickles and refrigerator jam for the Austin American-Statesman, where I work full time […]
James Beard lived a long, full life as one of America’s foremost authorities on food. He wrote books, taught classes and cooked on television before Julia Child did. His legacy […]
Women have had a complicated relationship with food. For millennia, domesticity wasn’t a woman’s choice. Keeping house, including preparing food, was a woman’s job whether she liked doing it or […]