I may not always remember where I left my glasses, but I will never forget my first taste of a Millionaire pie.  I was in the coffee shop at ASU (That’s Appalachian, not Arizona!) – Junior year – craving something sweet.  I remember seeing this unassuming-looking slice of pie rotating around…

I’m not sure that I ever told her this, but I developed this Triple Strawberry Tall Cake recipe with my mother in mind, because I’ve never known anyone to love strawberry shortcake more than Mama.  I remember going with her to pick juicy, ripe berries out behind Grandma Evelyn’s after school…

Recently, when I found some beautiful, plump, shiny blackberries on sale, I decided to whip up a batch of what I’m calling my Easiest Blackberry Cobbler. This recipe – which originally came about due to a lucky accident (sounds better than “mistake I made when in a hurry, doesn't it?) – is a…

As we say in the South, Lord-ha-Mercy these dessert bars are good!  Of course, it’s hard to go wrong with chocolate chip cookie, creamy caramel, and crushed Oreo layers, right?

It used to be that the only way to get a good tomato was to grow it yourself or have good – and generous – neighbors who did so. That meant that my favorite Caprese Salad was pretty much only available during the summer – especially since it also requires fresh basil leaves. 

If you’re like me, sometimes cold winter days bring on a craving for hot homemade soup, but not necessarily enough ingredients - or spare time - to make that happen.  Well, this Simple Potato with Bacon Soup recipe is for you, because even if your larder has dwindled down to an onion, some c…

I can’t count the times I’ve mentioned “snow cream” only to have someone look at me as if I’ve lost my mind.  Well, today, I’m sharing my recipe for Pineapple Snow Cream – a big favorite – and the only “cooking” for this culinary delight will be “cooking up some fun.”

You know how wonderful a nice, hot, homemade biscuit tastes when you break it open right out of the oven and slather it with butter?  Well, this week, I’m sharing a great way to start off the new year, making the ultimate Southern comfort food - light, flaky, and absolutely delicious biscuit…

I sometimes wonder if anyone reading this column will think that I only know how to prepare “quick and easy” dishes.  Not true!  But I do like to share those as often as possible, because even timid cooks can have fun preparing and serving them. 

Though I never used to be a big fan of soups, over the years I have come to love them, and this easy, delicious, Stuffed Pepper  Soup is my absolute favorite.

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By Terry HarrisToday’s recipe is so simple to make that you probably will want to just blush modestly and change the subject when people ask how you made them. Why?  Because with four common ingredients you probably have in your kitchen right now and a little time, you can have these truly d…