CHEF PAUL ADAIR OF THE GATHERING Serving Southern hospitality and  locally sourced seasonal fare

CHEF PAUL ADAIR OF THE GATHERING Serving Southern hospitality and locally sourced seasonal fare

It’s funny how life can take unexpected turns. Chef Paul Adair of The Gathering in Livingston, Mississippi was an engineering major working in Oxford restaurants at night when he realized how much more he preferred working with his hands and learning about cooking than attending engineering classes and working at a desk with computers. “I had worked in restaurants all through high school and so it was natural for me to Read more »
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November 06, 2015
Hot Cocoa: a cozy cup of goodness

Hot Cocoa: a cozy cup of goodness

Long (we’re talking millennia) before we thought of hot cocoa as something to get from a mix in a packet, Mayans were sipping a chocolate drink (albeit cold, not hot), while they created written languages, developed their own calendar and fought off European explorers. Imagine the buzz on the continent when returning conquistadores introduced Europeans to sweetened warm versions of the Mayan’s elixir for the first time in the 16th Read more »
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November 05, 2015
The Skinny on Recovery Drinks

The Skinny on Recovery Drinks

Brian B. Parr, Ph.D., ACSM Certified Clinical Exercise Physiologist It used to be that just plain everyday water was the preferred after-exercise drink. But, these days you’re likely to find that recreational and competitive athletes of all ages consume specialized recovery drinks after games or training sessions. These drinks and shakes have become part of a post-workout routine recommended by coaches and personal trainers. Most recovery beverages contain some combination of carbohydrates, Read more »
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September 03, 2015
Pumpkins… More than meets the eye

Pumpkins… More than meets the eye

Pumpkins. They are the harbinger of fall. The season hasn’t officially arrived until we see piles of pumpkins for sale at the produce stand or grocery store, or visit a local pumpkin patch to pick our own. We carve them. We paint them, We stack them and arrange them with hay bales and corn stalks. And then we enjoy them in a pie with a scoop of ice cream for Read more »
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September 03, 2015
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