Food editor Ginna Parsons (4:04) joins Emma and Derek on today’s edition to talk about this week’s food section.
That includes a recipe for coleslaw that features mustard for color and zing. It’s perfect for a fall afternoon barbecue.
Ginna also also talks about the annual bake sale done by Brewer United Methodist Church in conjunction with the community-wide yard sale. Many people get casseroles, soups and desserts there they can freeze for Thanksgiving dinners. But there are many fresh offerings, too.
This week’s Cook of the Week is Tupelo’s Chanda Cossitt, who is regularly entertaining guests and offers several recipes for party food.
Meanwhile, Scott Morris (11:01) reviews “American Made,” the new Tom Cruise movie.
The movie is based on the true story of former CIA agent Barry Seal. It’s well done, Scott said, but its cynical portrayal of government also left him depressed.
Meanwhile, Derek (23:16) discusses weekend entertainment, including a new Paul Thorn art and memorabilia exhibit at the GumTree Museum of Art.