Food

The Honest Pint arrived in Chattanooga just a few months before St. Patrick's Day, but it's right on time for diners who want something more than standard bar food.

Want to sample the cuisine of the world, but never leave town? Interested in sitting down with a chef to learn his secrets for authentic food preparation and presentation?

Recipes for Waldorf salad as served at the Chattanooga Golf and Country Club; tasty, less expensive gluten-free recipes, and catfish any way but fried.

  • Feb. 16th, 2011  |
  • By By Jane Henegar
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I've never met a fresh pizza I didn't like. (Frozen are another matter; I don't much care for the crust).

Want to eat green? Look no further than your grocery store. Supermarkets, including Bi-Lo, Publix and Food Lion, are now offering organic and all-natural lines.

My name is Anne Braly, and I am a chocoholic. I suppose there's no better time to admit this than right before Valentine's Day, when chocoholics come out of their sweet closets.

Good morning, readers. You have challenges to meet and recipes to copy, so let's get on with it.

Every so often, Kelley, the cook in our house, likes to be challenged in the kitchen, and she asks the family to pick something for dinner.

With Super Bowl Sunday just four days away, football partiers are already planning their annual gatherings. Wings are one food that will be flying high.

I didn't really want to order the Petunia's Southwest Burger at the new Petunia's Silver Jalapeno inside Warehouse Row.

Like many of us, when the weather turns cold, Jane Guthrie thinks chili. When her church, Rivermont Presbyterian, announced a chili contest, she entered a chili recipe with a twist: Country Ham Chili With Cheddar Cheese Grits.

Good morning, good cooks. We'll begin as always with your requests: potato soup made with either grated potatoes or hash browns, and where to buy store-bought crepes.

  • Jan. 26th, 2011  |
  • By Jane Henegar
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For homemade to best takeout, it needs to be not just better, but also just as fast and create little mess.

Nutritionists say blended meals — or smoothies — made from fruits, vegetables and other ingredients can be part of a well-balanced diet.

I’ve written reviews on hundreds of Chattanooga restaurants, but it’s hard to pick the best.

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