Kids Cook with Abbott’s Chefs

On Saturday, April 16 Chef Paul Gallo of Abbott’s Grill engaged with local families as he taught a group of children how to have fun and be helpful in the kitchen, understand nutrition in the food they eat and discover the many professional careers within the culinary arts. The month of April featured the Cooking […]

Vasey Crowned as DE Dairy Princess

As an eleventh grader, Spring Vasey of Lincoln, DE has taken on several responsibilities that many her age have simply not experienced. At 17, Spring helps her family breed Icelandic sheep, raise show pigs for the Delaware State Fair and take care of laying hens. Out of all her daily duties, she enjoys milking cows […]

Dolce Bakery Has New Owners

By Terry Rogers On Friday, January 29, Dean and Stephanie Tatman took ownership of Dolce, the popular coffee shop and bakery on North Walnut Street in Milford. Dolce’s previous owners, Chuck Stanko and George Carroll, have owned and operated the coffee shop for 10 years. “At the ten year mark, we realized we had done […]

DE Farmers’ Markets Sales Set $3 Mil Record

Staff Report Delaware farmers’ markets broke through another record last year, surpassing $3 million in sales, demonstrating the continued interest in local foods and farm-fresh products, the Delaware Department of Agriculture announced today. “This record-breaking season shows how Delaware’s family farms are thriving, growing, and leading the nation,” said Governor Jack Markell. “Our farmers’ markets […]

Food Bank Celebrates Seventh Graduating Class

Staff Report Five students from The Culinary School at the Food Bank of Delaware will end 2015 with careers in the food service industry after successfully completing the 14-week training program. A graduation program was held this morning at the organization’s Milford branch. The graduates are Carlos Bowne, Bernard Harris Jr., Johnnie Harris, Frances Robinson […]

Choosing Adult Spirits as Holiday Gifts

By Terry Rogers Choosing the perfect gift during the holiday season can sometimes be challenging, especially for that person who seems to already have everything. One option for that hard-to-buy friend or family member is to choose adult spirits as a holiday gift. “If the person you are buying for enjoys the occasional cocktail, purchasing […]

Food Bank Accepting Culinary School Applications

Staff Report The eighth class of the new Culinary School at the Food Bank of Delaware’s Milford Branch will begin on Monday, January 11, 2016. Applications are being accepted until Dec. 4 for interested students. The Culinary School at the Milford Branch of the Food Bank of Delaware replicates the program that has been in […]

International Food Festival a Success in Downtown

By Terry Rogers On Sunday, November 15, Downtown Milford Inc. (DMI) sponsored the first International Food Festival in downtown Milford. The festival was held in the same location as the Farmer’s Market, between Walnut Street and the Library on the Riverwalk. “The purpose of this festival was to not only support local Milford businesses, but […]

Choosing Wine for Thanksgiving Dinner

By Terry Rogers Thanksgiving dinner brings together families and friends who enjoy a delicious meal, cheer for their favorite football team and toast to the things that make them thankful. In order to make the perfect toast, it is important to provide the perfect wines to go with your choices for Thanksgiving dinner. According to […]

Abbott’s Grill Damaged by Fire

By Terry Rogers Abbott’s Grill and Bald Jason’s Pub suffered minor damage Friday morning after a fire broke out in a shed behind the building. The fire destroyed the shed and damaged the restaurant’s banquet room. “We are not sure yet what caused the fire, but the fire marshall suspects a cigarette may have been […]

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