MiddleNeck Living

  • Friday October 20th, 2017
    With Halloween just around the corner, now’€™s the time to get into the Halloween spirit with some gorgeous and spooky decorations. But, don’t go about splurging money on store-bought stuff this year, instead spruce the festive season by making them all by yourself. Surprise everyone with your dark and evil side using these 45 Breathtaking And Effortless DIY Halloween Decorations. Halloween home ideas More ideas here Halloween party ...
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  • Friday October 20th, 2017
    For over 18 years, The Pumpkin Lady® has been designing original pumpkin carving patterns to help carvers of all ages create the perfect Halloween / Harvest masterpiece. We now have well over 700 FREE pumpkin carving patterns in 13 fun categories for you to choose from. Each pattern comes with its own set of step-by-step, easy to follow pumpkin carving instructions to help you start ...
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  • Friday October 20th, 2017
    What’s a truly scary situation? A Halloween party without any creepy cocktails. Serve up these cool sips, and your gathering will be one spooky success. Click below for 27 Halloween Cocktail Recipes Get the recipes here
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  • Friday October 20th, 2017
    Though Japan is renowned for both its cuisine and its food culture, relatively few of its dishes have made their way onto menus in the US, let alone onto the tables of home cooks. True, sushi, tempura, and teriyaki-glazed fish are familiar to more Americans than ever before. But Japanese food encompasses so much more than those restaurant staples, and it includes a number of ...
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  • Thursday October 12th, 2017
    Autumn is a season of change. Tree leaves turn yellow and red, it gets darker earlier and temperatures start to drop. It’s a favorite time of year for many people. However, the colder weather and impending holiday stress can cause some to fall of the fitness wagon. But it doesn’t have to be that way! There are plenty of enjoyable ways to get or stay fit. ...
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  • Thursday October 12th, 2017
    When Sherman Holmes was a teenager, growing up in the middle peninsula map blip of Christchurch, he and his younger brother Wendell would often play music on Saturday night in their cousin’s local juke joint and then get up in the morning to perform at the church. “It was good training for us,” Holmes, 77, says today. “Both of us took piano lessons. He played ...
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  • Thursday October 12th, 2017
    You can learn a lot about the history of Southern food by studying a bowl of gumbo. The very name conjures up a rich array of ingredients coming together in a single pot and melding into something rich and delicious. It represents the intersection of three cultures—European, Native American, and West African—that created what we know today as Southern cuisine. In the case of gumbo, though, ...
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