One Heck of a Wingding!

Our weather has gotten cooler, the holidays are right around the corner, and footballs are soaring – all setting the tone for one hell of a party! Sure, we’re all scrambling to get ready to feast for Thanksgiving, singing Christmas celebrations, and ringing in the New Year (and Mardi Gras), […]

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Strut Your Stuff!

There’s little in this world you cannot stuff. You can stuff your face, a teddy bear, your house (with all kinds of stuff), a mattress, your butt into a tight pair of jeans . . . the possibilities are endless! Of all that’s available, arguably the best (and tastiest) stuff […]

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Good Neighbor Di Fillhart

Poet Joseph Addison once wrote, “No one is more cherished in this world than someone who lightens the burden of another.” If there ever was an individual who embodied this belief, it would be Di Fillhart from Bay Saint Louis’ Starfish Cafe. Born in Pennsylvania, Fillhart spent most of her […]

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For the Love of Lobster

Innumerable and ubiquitous are the comments that disparage the lobster. From the simple and non-descript “it’s overrated” to conceit regarding it’s supposed lack of flavor and “rubbery” (translation: poorly cooked) texture. How many times have I heard folks comparing it to its crustaceous relatives; the ever elevated crab and ginormous […]

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Orange You Glad It’s Fall?

Along with ginger-hued leaves, bright red apples and football, pumpkins are one of the most prominent autumn archetypes. After all, what would fall be for us without pumpkin pie, spookily-carved jack-o-lanterns, or Pumpkin Spice Lattes? It would be a sad season, indeed. Native to North America, pumpkins are a winter […]

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