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Five days to go. The movie Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone opens nationwide on Friday. The film is based on the first book of the best-selling series by J.K. Rowling. Her stories about an orphan who becomes a wizard's apprentice are loved by children - and many adults - around the world.
Sure, you've had sausage and eggs before, but have you ever had them the Scottish way? Scottish eggs are hard-boiled eggs rolled in sausage, coated with bread crumbs and deep fried. They're one of the most popular foods the Scottish American Society sells at the annual Arts in the Heart of Augusta Festival. The group is preparing eight dozen for this years' event Saturday and Sunday along Riverwalk Augusta.
It was not a traditional exit poll. Instead of interviewing voters leaving the ballot box, we stood alongside Exit 2 of Interstate 520 and polled drivers bound for Wrightsboro Road. (Editors note: We admit this is not at all scientific. The margin of error is plus or minus 300 SUVs.) The exit near Augusta Mall was the busiest one we could find on Saturday afternoon. We had a captive audience as motorists crawled off Bobby Jones Expressway and stopped at the traffic signal. There were pickup trucks and tractor trailers, church vans and sports cars.
In 1955, The Augusta Chronicle and Augusta Herald produced the first Masters Edition. The special 36-page insert was filled with photos and articles about the 21-year-old golf tournament played at the Augusta National Golf Club. It included reviews of past tournaments, a hole-by-hole analysis of the course and a map of new parking areas. A story headlined, "Keep eye on 'em," said the "pressure-packed event could fall into the hands of a young sprout this year," and predicted "comers" like 24-year-old Arnold Palmer could make a serious assault on the Masters title.
I have a love/hate relationship with Martha Stewart, America's home and lifestyle guru. I hate her for being so organized, so absurdly picky, so annoyingly perfect. And yet I admire her entertaining finesse. When I see copies of her books and magazines, I'm mesmerized by photos of her bloom-filled gardens, her lavishly set tables, her cozy kitchen lined with gleaming copper pots. She is the quintessential hostess. But who has time for that stuff? Who has time to make creme brulee, grow 15 varieties of basil and dry their own flowers for homemade potpourri?
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When Karin Calloway's friends are making a recipe, and they don't understand the directions or encounter an unfamiliar cooking term, she's the person they call. "Or they call me up and say, 'I'm having a luau. What kind of food should I serve?' " Mrs. Calloway said. Mrs. Calloway is a self-trained chef whose collection of cookbooks numbers nearly 200. She's a corporate chef who has planned and prepared menus for the Masters guests of former Augusta National chairman Jack Stephens since 1991. She has taught cooking classes and given cooking demonstrations.