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  • Back To School Lunches: Easy As 1-2-3

    Back To School Lunches: Easy As 1-2-3
    This is the year that back-to-school lunches are as easy as 1-2-3!  Simply choose healthy options from 3 core food groups (protein/dairy; whole grains and fruit/vegetable) and you have the start to a quick and wholesome meal.  Try some of our fun and...
  • Wine on the way? Two men look to open wineries in Howard County

    The Howard County winery tour of the future could conceivably start at Riggs Meadow Drive, then continue south on Route 97, heading down the two-lane road that turns from suburban to rural as you approach Jennings Chapel Road, where you could stop for...
  • Star-Spangled Fare: Simple Fourth of July menu

    Star-Spangled Fare: Simple Fourth of July menu
    Red white and blue can light up the picnic table as well as the sky this Fourth of July. Our test kitchen menu includes glazed chicken breasts scented with herbs and honey, boiled corn with your own herbed butter, sweet and juicy watermelon wedges,...
  • Friday, June 23, 2012

    SPA DAY FOR MEN Many think the TLC is only meant for moms, but the Hershey Spa has some new products that will take care of the man of the house.  Holly Wydra joined FOX 43 this morning to give us a preview of the hotel's new whiskey facial. For more...
  • Lodi, California's Grape-Growing Capitol

    Lodi, California's Grape-Growing Capitol
    Lodi is a farming community that excels in growing grapes, from Cabernet Sauvignon to Zinfandel they make world class wines. The reason Lodi creates such great wine, is the area is ideal for growing grapes. “We have really warm days, but about 6:...
  • Summer Drinks with Weight Watchers

    Spring and Summer Sips: A Healthier Way to Cheer in Warmer Weather. There's something richly satisfying about an ice-cold shake on a warm spring or summer day—until you think about what it's doing to your weight loss efforts. But that doesn't mean...
  • Raise your glass: The Solanum, Sascha's 527

    Raise your glass: The Solanum, Sascha's 527
    Mount Vernon's Sascha's 527 is an elegant but approachable space for enjoying a fine meal and a cocktail, its deep red walls adorned with colorful paintings and a chandelier complementing each other to provide a fun, classy vibe. Which is probably why...
  • Day in the Life of a Winemaker

    Day in the Life of a Winemaker
    Jim Miller started growing grapes and making wine as a hobby in 1994. It began with just a couple of rows of grape vines and a book on wine making. Today he has more than ten acres of vines at his Moon Dancer Vineyards & Winery in Wrightsville. Miller...
  • Blessing Grapes for Good Wine

    Blessing Grapes for Good Wine
    The Blessing of the Grapes has been as annual tradition at Woodbridge Winery since it first opened; one that was started by Woodbridge founder, Robert Mondavi. “It’s all about asking God for a bountiful harvest,” explained Larry...
  • Gary Gorelick's chopped salad: Chop, chop, chop, turn, turn, turn

    Gary Gorelick's chopped salad: Chop, chop, chop, turn, turn, turn
    There are three of us Gorelick brothers. When it comes to mealtime, my older brother, Andy, and I are natural foragers. My younger brother, Gary, is the cook. He is one of those restaurant diners who seldom gets anything he thinks he can make better at...
  • Weather Works Wonders for 2012 Wines

    Weather Works Wonders for 2012 Wines
    A warm late summer and early fall in Northern California is great news for growers of wine grapes. "We're really excited this year about the evenness of the color you see in the bunches," said Tom Hoffman, as he surveyed some of the zinfandel grapes...