Thanks to high-quality materials and a bevy of safety features, the leaky valves, noisy shakes and rattles, and complicated locking mechanisms of old-school pressure cookers are ancient history.
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School’s out for summer, and that means meals begin to hit the road for picnics, cookouts, and potlucks. Last weekend, I went cabinet digging to find the perfect picnic basket for a portable feast. Instead of finding a basket, I came across a shiny piece of food storage history. It’s hard to imagine packing up food to-go without the miracle material, […]
The following is an essay from my new Southern Living cookbook, The Way to Fry. I remember the day I learned to make hot water cornbread with absolute clarity. It was Christmas Day and my grandfather (Gang Gang, as he is most commonly known) was poking and prodding his holiday cooking project; a soaked, boiled, baked, and glazed Virginia ham […]