Let your food be your medicine and your medicine be your food.”
That quote, credited to Hippocrates, is more relevant now than ever, more than 2,000 years later.
At “The Upper Crust... Coffee and more” in Georgetown, Del., patrons can get exactly what the tagline says.
In September, family-owned orchard T.S. Smith & Sons in Bridgeville, Del., held a “Dinner in the Orchard” farm-to-table benefit, to help raise money for the Food Bank of Delaware.
American Farmland Trust recently sponsored the America’s Favorite Farmers Market Contest, where people cast their votes for, obviously, their favorite farmers’ markets.
In recent years, people have been increasingly encouraged to eat green.
In just three years, Seaford High School’s agriculture department has grown tremendously.
The Open Cupboard in Seaford, Del., has been a staple in the town, the store itself having been there for more than 30 years.
Wisconsin? Yes. Imported? Of course. Vermont? Sure. But Maryland cheese?
The Holistic Health Fair will return to the Cape Henlopen High School in Lewes on Saturday, March 17, 2012 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Anyone interested in learning more about the food they eat, or simply knowing more about where food comes from, should check out Michael Pollan’s “The Omnivore’s Dilemna.”
With the Lewes and Rehoboth farmers markets now in full swing, it’s only a matter of time before the Bethany Beach and Fenwick Island markets follow suit.
Local Realtor Susie Bond began jogging 35 years ago. Before that, she’d never really been much of a breakfast person, but when she started jogging, she turned to granola to start her mornings.
At Common Grounds in Salisbury, Md., what started as a need for a church building has now spun itself into a groundbreaking green revolution, as well as a comfy spot to relax.
“We’re the apple in the Apple Scrapple festival,” explained Charles Walton “Charlie” Smith III of T.S. Smith and Sons in Bridgeville, Del.
Take a moment to think about what medical equipment you have stowed away… like those crutches collecting dust in that back closet.
Hari Cameron knows a thing or two about those who are self-proclaimed “veggie heads.” Cameron grew up in Southern Delaware and was raised a vegetarian for many years.
Society has become accustomed to imported goods and the quick-and-easy life when it comes to food. Life is, after all, a fast-paced adventure for many.
January is often the time people make resolutions… to lose weight, stop smoking, be a better person.
Fall 2010 issue — Ever wonder where the turkey for Thanksgiving or Christmas came from? What was its life like? Or its death?
Fall 2010 issue — Stay close to home, or take the train – Thanksgiving is traditionally a time when airports and highways are jam-packed with travelers trying to make it to Grandma’s house.
Fall 2010 issue — When tourists come to the Delaware beaches, clean air and water is not something many of them think about. It is seen as a given that the air is pure and the water is clear.
Fall 2010 issue — The holiday season is a special time. People look forward to gathering with friends and family, and celebrating with meals and gifts as they create happy memories.
Fall 2010 issue — This All Hallow’s Eve, a community initiative to create healthier and more Earth-friendly holidays finds itself more than 2,800 miles from where it started.
Summer 2010 issue--It is no secret that the makeup women apply can contain harmful chemicals and additives that are doing more damage than good, but it seems like we often forget.
Summer 2010 issue--Farmers’ markets are becoming more and more a common in the agriculturally rich regions of Delaware and Maryland, providing consumers with fresh local products that also sustain the
Summer 2010 issue--The fourth annual Sunscreen Guide by Environmental Working Group (EWG) gives low marks to the current crop of sunscreen products, with a few notable exceptions.
Although Delmarva is known for its chicken industry, the days of having backyard hens seemed to have gone the way of the dodo for a while.