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Wellness Wednesday: Dedicated December

Wellness Wednesday: Dedicated December

It’s already December; can you believe it? Where did the year go? Well, before it’s over, dedicate the next 31 days to your health. It’s time for Dedicated December 2014! Here is my December way of living… (side note, following this way of living helps to balance out the holiday parties…

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Wellness Wednesday: Fall’s Apple Bounty

Wellness Wednesday: Fall’s Apple Bounty

Fall is the season of visiting orchards and pumpkin patches. Before winter officially arrives, my family and I visited one of our favorites, Linvilla Orchard. Of course we left with pounds of apples, pumpkins, apple pie, and apple cider donuts (shhh). Honestly, I knew I couldn’t eat all of these apples,…

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Can We Starve Cancer Through Our Food Choices?

Can We Starve Cancer Through Our Food Choices?

Cancer is very often on the minds of Delawareans, as we have all been touched by it, either directly or indirectly.  Delaware has one of the highest rates in the nation; in 2000, we had the dubious distinction of being #1 in the U.S. for cancer incidence, and today we have…

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Demolition Party at Legendary Katie’s Restaurant

Demolition Party at Legendary Katie’s Restaurant

Old friends gathered to take in last look at the legendary Katie’s Restaurant in Little Italy yesterday before the building was razed to make way for six new town homes. The “demolition party” was their chance to say goodbye to the popular eatery and memories that go back to 1936, when Silvio Spiezio first…

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Wellness Wednesday: Pumpkin Banana Bread

Wellness Wednesday: Pumpkin Banana Bread

Happy Fall… the season of all things pumpkin! In honor of the crisp air and the leaves falling, I brewed myself a cup of pumpkin spice coffee and started baking Pumpkin Banana Bread. Mmmm, my house smelled wonderful and this bread tastes amazing (and it’s healthy)! No eggs – fruit…

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Free Festival Just ‘Peachy’

Free Festival Just ‘Peachy’

From antique cars to Civil War reenactments, horses to history and parades to – of course! – peaches, there was something for everyone at the 21st Annual Middletown Olde-Tyme Peach Festival last month. The goal of the festival is to increase awareness of the important role peaches played in the formation…

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Burgers and Brews On Tap

Burgers and Brews On Tap

Bigger. Better. Beefier. That was the tagline, and the third annual Delaware Burger Battle didn’t disappoint. Despite threatening skies, hundreds of hungry folks headed to Twin Lakes Brewery late in August to sample dozens of burgers, accompanied by the brewery’s signature sips. Proceeds from the foodie fundraiser support The Ministry of Caring, helping…

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TSD Q&A: Food Blogger Skyler Bouchard – A Fresh Perspective

TSD Q&A: Food Blogger Skyler Bouchard – A Fresh Perspective

Skyler Bouchard is still in college. But the New York University senior and FoodBySkyler.com blogger is already well-known among New York food aficionados and her 16,000 followers on Instagram because of her passionate musings about new, interesting, even outrageous (think Cap’n Crunch ice cream sandwiches) ways of experiencing some of our favorite foods. Being…

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Take a Bite Out of Cancer

Take a Bite Out of Cancer

Cancer – the second leading cause of death in Delaware – touches many lives, leading those afflicted on a path in search of treatment and support. In fact, from the moment you are diagnosed with cancer, you are considered a “survivor.” As you battle the disease, there is always hope…

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Wellness Wednesday: Fueling Up for a Workout

Wellness Wednesday: Fueling Up for a Workout

Today I was asked today before yogilates, “You eat before you work out?” (I was carrying an empty Chobani blueberry container). I said, “Yes, you wouldn’t take a trip if your car had no gas. Your body works much the same way.” Fuel is necessary, but how much? Since it’s…

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