TownSquareLIVE Weekly Review – July 27, 2023

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This Week’s Top Headlines Include: Delaware farm grows pumpkins to help save Colorado business Frederica’s Brian Perry defies odds, becomes an Olympian Wilmington Children’s Chorus heads to Germany, Austria EDGE funding goes to 10 more Delaware startups State gives $6 million to groups helping with housing Click on the image below to view the PDF Sonja Frey

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Pizzeria Maki opens 2nd site; State Fair ribbon winners

Pam GeorgeCulture, Headlines

As Delaware slides into August, our appetite for fresh produce and easy meals expands. Enter restaurants and food festivals, which offer a place to eat and socialize. Here’s the skinny on Delaware’s dining scene.   Beefsteak tomatoes, burgers & blueberry pies The Delaware State Fair continues through July 29, and while the fair boasts a heavy roster of entertainment, it also …

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S’mores lovers find ways to take campfire classic to next level

Pam GeorgeCulture, Food, Headlines

Matt’s Fish Camp in Lewes and Bethany have S’mores cheesecake on their dessert menus.   At this time of year, people across the country gather around campfires, bonfires and chimineas to create s’mores, a dessert made by sandwiching melted marshmallows and chocolate between two graham crackers. The dessert first appeared in the 1927 edition of “Tramping and Trailing with the …

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Pizza & sushi: Pizzeria Maki marries 2 takeout favorites under 1 roof

Pam GeorgeFood, Headlines

Want sushi? Pizza? Both? Pizzeria Maki in Greenville offers both.   Many foods complement each other. Take, for instance, peanut butter and jelly, burrata and tomatoes or chocolate and pretzels. Most people, however, wouldn’t dream of pairing pizza and sushi. But in Greenville, that’s about to change. Pizzeria Maki recently opened in One Greenville Crossing, which is already home to …