WEEKLY COLUMN


The Next Step

It’s graduation season. I didn’t speak at a high school commencement ceremony this graduation season, but had I stepped up to the podium this year […]

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Heart

My childhood babysitter was a half-Choctaw half-African American woman named Ned. She worked at the church nursery and took me to the park every Friday. […]

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Hangovers

There are many suggestions and recipes for hangover cures. Some say to go with, “the hair of the dog that bit you.” Others swear by […]

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Maw-Maw's Chicken Scam

It’s time to come clean. It’s a known fact, and I have written often, about my first experience cooking in a professional kitchen. It wasn’t […]

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Edible Evil Incarnate

The devil has come to town and he’s wearing a disguise. This devil doesn’t have a red tail and horns. He doesn’t go by an […]

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Hal & Mal’s

Independent restaurants anchor a community. They tell the story of a town and its people much better than a slick chamber of commerce brochure. When […]

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RSJ 4 Heimlich 1

Dr. Henry Heimlich performed his famous life-saving maneuver for the first time when he was 96-years old. When I learned about that a few weeks […]

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RSJ’s Top 10 of 2015

For the 17 years that this column has been published I have ended the year with a list of the best meals I had eaten […]

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