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BY: Holly Herrick
When it comes to killing (unless you count mosquitoes) I'm a wuss. I can't even stamp out a palmetto bug (cockroach). Once, when I was 12, while retrieving the mail from our mailbox in Florida, a...
BY: Holly Herrick
I call this soup "triple threat asparagus" because the flavors are layered in a stock based upon trimmings, roasted fresh asparagus for maximum flavor and color, and a finishing garnish of roasted...
BY: Holly Herrick
I spent most of last week channeling my inner Irish Catholic guilt. I confess that's because while what seems like the rest of the country was commiserating over the "Polar Vortex," I was (as my Iowa...
BY: Holly Herrick
Valentine's Day, the holiday that almost everyone loves to hate, is upon us. While not one of this diehard romantic's favorites due to its forced, contrived nature and requisite expense, I can still...
BY: Holly Herrick
Sack the chili and other usual Super Bowl menu suspects and throw a touchdown with this classic French stew: Coq au Vin. Make it ahead, serve, and hear 'em roar! This one is a winner that the whole...
BY: Holly Herrick
The brutal winter weather of the past few weeks has left me with a near constant craving for soups and also long-braised stews. Combine this with the near constant recipe testing for my next cookbook...
BY: Holly Herrick
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BY: Holly Herrick
I've been having fun in my kitchen lately experimenting with French soups for my upcoming book on the subject. One of the things that makes soup French (aside from being delicious) is attention to...
BY: Holly Herrick
Thanksgiving is all about tradition, but let's face it, not everyone loves apple, pumpkin, or pecan pie, and not everyone loves to bake or get involved with making or rolling out pie pastry.That's...
BY: Holly Herrick
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BY: Holly Herrick
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BY: Holly Herrick
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BY: Holly Herrick
A crazy, water-logged summer has taken its toll on farmers and produce. The sweet, juicy peaches of summers past have been tasteless over-sized balls of flavorless water, and tomatoes halted...
BY: Holly Herrick
As I do every year, last New Year's Eve, I pondered my resolutions for 2013. At the top of my list was extricating negative people from my life. This sounds simple enough, but for me—someone who...
BY: Holly Herrick
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BY: Holly Herrick
In the South, summer's as much about ice cream as it is about squeaky screen doors, slowly swaying hammocks, sweet tea, and fireflies.Though there are oodles of store-bought ice cream...
BY: Holly Herrick
My father was (and still is) many things to many people: a busy corporate executive overseeing a large staff, a friend to many, a close brother to his brothers Jim and John, a loyal husband, a...
BY: Holly Herrick
The Alley has been open since November, but it's the eats I want to talk about. The newish bowling alley housed in a former wine distribution warehouse directly across from The Post and Courier on...
BY: Holly Herrick
Early spring so selflessly affords us many wonderful things worth celebrating. The air is sweet with the heady frangrances of jasmine, wisteria, and budding trees—so beautiful they mandate...
BY: Holly Herrick
It's been a sweet week in my busy little kitchen. My right arm has been stirring and stirring and stirring the likes of choux pastry and what seem like vats of pastry cream as I get underway...


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