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I have often written about Prohibition in this column. Prohibition, aka the Volstead Act or the Eighteenth Amendment, was enacted on Jan. 16, 1920. For 13 ensuing years, the sale, manufacture and transport of all beverages containing alcohol was strictly forbidden, until Prohibition was rep…
Anniston native Erika Ray can easily rattle off the time schedule when Greyhound buses arrive at the Anniston station: “9, 12, 2, 5 and 7,” she said, without missing a beat.
Most of us have a memory of a food item that takes us back to our childhoods. Food memories are more sensory than other memories because they involve all five senses. For example, you might remember hearing chicken frying in a cast iron skillet at grandma’s house.
Like small-production, highly allocated wines, special bourbons have developed a cult following. One local acquaintance has a room devoted to bourbon. Others make regular pilgrimages to Atlanta spirits stores likely to have rare and pricey bottles in stock.
I have been a vegetarian for several years now, mainly by concentrating on eating salads and vegetarian sides with fresh vegetables from my husband’s garden.
One of the lights of my life is my son Alton. He’s a smart, bossy, incredibly willful toddler and, like his mother, he has particular favorite foods that he loves fiercely and simply must have on hand at all times.