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WV Supreme Court clerk bakes old-fashioned bread in self-made oven
F.Brian Ferguson | Gazette-Mail Rory Perry removes some freshly cooked bread from his outdoor oven
WV Supreme Court clerk bakes old-fashioned bread in self-made oven

HUNTINGTON — Rory Perry likes to do things the hard way.

WV Supreme Court clerk bakes old-fashioned bread in self-made oven
WV Supreme Court clerk bakes old-fashioned bread in self-made oven

HUNTINGTON — Rory Perry likes to do things the hard way.

Foam at the Dome ticket sales end tonight

Beer fans don’t have much time left to purchase tickets for next weekend’s Foam at the Dome.

Counter Intelligence: A garden club feast with Ruthlawn Elementary
Counter Intelligence: A garden club feast with Ruthlawn Elementary

A visit to Ruthlawn Elementary’s campus is a feast for the senses. It has become the go-to spot for family photos and prom pictures, all due to the productive garden curated by first grade teacher Bev Stern, her students, the school’s...

From the Kitchen: Versatile recipes from boxed cornbread stuffing
From the Kitchen: Versatile recipes from boxed cornbread stuffing

I’ve spoken here before of recipes discovered on a box, can, or package. This time I want to direct you to a box of Stove Top Cornbread Stuffing Mix for a good and simple recipe for crab cakes.

Locally sourced food hits the road in Heirloom Mobile Kitchen
Locally sourced food hits the road in Heirloom Mobile Kitchen

HUNTINGTON — It is said there are three key guidelines to the successful launch of any new restaurant: location, location and location.

Counter Intelligence: Friends, fun and a ramp paradise
Counter Intelligence: Friends, fun and a ramp paradise
Ramp appetizers, ramp butter, ramp chips, ramp dip. Stir-fried, sautéed, frittered, souffléd. There is no end to the possibilities, no limit to the number of the creations you can whip up with the seasonal delicacy. It all starts with an invitation to dig, responsibly. Dig some ramps, then dig in.
WV Farm2Fork Team: The art of the homemade pizza
WV Farm2Fork Team: The art of the homemade pizza

Pizza. It’s not just for pepperoni and cheese anymore. Of course, you know that. Your choices of pizzas at local restaurants and even delivery chains are growing every day.

Charleston native competes on Food Network’s ‘Cutthroat Kitchen’
Charleston native competes on Food Network’s ‘Cutthroat Kitchen’

From his earliest years growing up in Charleston, two things were clear about Douglas Walls: he was wildly competitive — check out that 1986 Charleston Gazette photo of him leading the family in a rough-and-tumble game of football — and...

Recipe: Chef Douglas Walls’ Hungarian Mushroom Soup
Recipe: Chef Douglas Walls’ Hungarian Mushroom Soup

Serves four

½ cup oyster mushroom, thinly sliced

½ cup shiitake mushroom, thinly sliced

Making dinners to please vegetarians, vegans and omnivores

When Anna Thomas wrote her first cookbook, “The Vegetarian Epicure,” in 1973, the prospects for vegetarian eating seemed anything but epicurean. The book became a classic and the culinary landscape of America drastically changed. At the...

Food notes: April 24, 2016

The Charley West BBQ Fest will be held May 14 at Magic Island in Charleston from noon to 6 p.m.

The Food Guy: Huntington’s Le Bistro is Le Fantastique
The Food Guy: Huntington’s Le Bistro is Le Fantastique

Before heading inside Huntington’s historic Keith-Albee Theater for a concert featuring rocker John Mellencamp and Carlene Carter, stepdaughter of Johnny Cash, I finally got a chance to eat at Le Bistro, a popular fine-dining spot I’d...

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