MiddleNeck Living


  • Wednesday December 28th, 2016 island-girl-vodka-cocktail-0210_03
    New Year’s Eve is just around the corner, all too soon after the hectic rush of the holidays and the whirl of gift-shopping and party-throwing. If you’re anything like us, you’re in the grip of post-holiday lassitude. So whether you’re throwing a small party or snuggling up on the couch this New Year’s Eve, the drinks should stay simple. Festive and bubbly, perhaps, but not ...
  • Wednesday December 28th, 2016 Silhouette young woman jumping on the sea and 2017 years while celebrating new year, happy victory and success concept.
    The New Year is slowly nearing, and with the holiday season already upon us many people are indulging in retrospection and reevaluating some of their life choices. New Year’s resolutions are the perfect opportunity for all those who have failed to start making the changes that they said they would make next week, next month, or perhaps when winter starts. Well, now’s your chance to sit ...
  • Wednesday December 28th, 2016 cold-weather
    We’ve had fairly pleasant temperatures here on the northern neck and middle peninsula lately, but rest assured that COLD weather IS coming. As the weather gets colder, it can put a significant strain on your wallet as you try to stay warm!  But the good news is that there are ways to make the cold a lot more bearable. Here are dozens of hacks from wisebread.com to help ...
  • Wednesday December 21st, 2016 roastbeeftenderloin-thumb
    A stress-free Christmas dinner? Easy peasy. From roast beef tenderloin with red wine sauce to rum cake, these tested and perfected recipes won’t let you down — and many of them can be made ahead of time so you can relax on the big day. Merry Christmas! Get the recipes here
  • Wednesday December 21st, 2016 dos_and_donts
    Our etiquette series started out with a tutorial related to basic table manners, and since then, we’ve discussed table settings, buffet fundamentals, and proper titles. Now that we’re in the heart of the holiday season, we want to offer some etiquette tips specific to this special time of year, so we’re sharing some of our publisher Phyllis Hoffman DePiano’s musings on the subject.  Read more here
  • Wednesday December 21st, 2016 lak_hol-1
    Presents under the tree and milk and cookies for Santa — it’s what Americans do every year in anticipation of Christmas. Around the globe, people of different cultures have their own traditions to celebrate the holiday, and some are more unique than others. Here are 5 of the most unique Christmas traditions from around the world. Read them here
  • Wednesday December 21st, 2016 winter-coaster
    If you thought going to the theme park was an activity for summers only, you’ll want to reconsider. Take Busch Gardens for example. This incredible park in Williamsburg is completely decked out for winter, transforming each year into a complete Christmas Town. In addition to the beautiful light displays and shows, there are also roller coasters available. If you haven’t visited this season, it’s time ...
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