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    Time to get cooking

    *This is part two of a two-part series  Meal prep is easier than it appears. Remember that not all quarantine meal prepping must be “survival food.” Cooking should be fun, no matter the circumstances, and this is a great time to experiment.  The case for family meals is stronger than ever, but circumstances in our […]

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    ‘This place is just happy’

    With friendly service and a welcoming, family atmosphere, Fahrenheit Café has become an Ocean Springs favorite for popular street food from around the globe, smoothies, boba teas and delectable desserts.  Ly Pham and her husband, AJ Hughes, established Fahrenheit Café in 2016. After making a name for themselves at their original strip mall site on […]

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    ‘It’s got to be fresh’

    Just steps from the beach, housed in a historic, fully restored Spanish mission-revival-style building that was once a nurse’s dormitory, The Blue Marlin is an upscale seafood restaurant that has become one of the Coast’s premier fine-dining spots.  With marble countertops, linen-draped tables and large windows showcasing gorgeous views of the Gulf of Mexico and […]

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    Eat right, feel better

    Most of us would like to forget 2020 — including the less-than-wholesome foods we ate while sitting in front of the TV during lockdown. Ready to resume or begin some healthy eating habits in the new year? Local food experts have shared their favorite recipes from three popular diets — keto, paleo and macro — […]

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    Soup’s on!

    When temperatures fall, cravings arise for hot, hearty soups and stews that warm you from the inside out. Two local restauranteurs have shared their favorite recipes that you can simmer up at home. SPICY CHICKEN STEW  This recipe soon may appear on the menu at El Agave, Mercedes Carranza’s Gulfport eatery. Carranza says he’s trying […]

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