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  • Thursday September 08th, 2016
    Summer is trucking along and there is still plenty of time to enjoy some late summer produce including some of my favourites like tomatoes, eggplant, red peppers, corn, cauliflower, broccoli and green beans. In addition to all of the summer produce we already have some fall items showing up including apples, pears and winter squash so we are quite literally spoiled for choice these days! ...
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  • Thursday September 08th, 2016
    Stratford Hall’s Wine & Oyster Festival – Sat, September 17, 10am – Sun, September 18, 5pm – 483 Great House  Road, Stratford, VA – If you love the combination of great wines, delicious local seafood and fine crafts and artisans, mark your calendar for September 17-18. Voted 2015 “Best Of” in Virginia Wine Lovers Magazine, this popular event features wines from Virginia wineries and oysters ...
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  • Thursday September 08th, 2016
    There’s perhaps nothing that celebrates the fall season more than a pumpkin. Whether it’s the seasoning of your coffee beverage or the kind of pie you’ve been waiting for all year, pumpkins are an undeniable part of these next few months. And there’s nothing quite like going straight to the source and visiting some of Virginia’s finest pumpkin patches. If you’ve yet to venture out ...
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  • Thursday September 08th, 2016
    This recipe was published in 1928 by Mrs. S.R. Dull, a cooking school instructor and the former editor of the home economics page of the Atlanta Journal. At Atlanta’s iconic Swan House, built in 1928 for Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hamilton Inman, heirs to a cotton-merchandising fortune, ice cream was often on the dessert menu. The family kept cows on the property, which meant plenty ...
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  • Friday September 02nd, 2016
    Christ Church Craft Beer fest cancelled! Call Christ Church office for refund information 438-6855       Get Tickets Here
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  • Thursday September 01st, 2016
    When it’s late summer and the garden is full of vegetables, it’s time to make minestrone. Fruiting ones, rooting ones, leafy crops, stemmy crops — all can go into this cornucopious soup.Marcella Hazan, in “The Classic Italian Cookbook,” writes, “A vegetable soup will tell you where you are in Italy almost as precisely as a map.” Citing the tomatoes and garlic of the south, the ...
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  • Thursday September 01st, 2016
    Updates to the projected path of Tropical Storm Hermine would see the storm push off into the Atlantic Ocean before reaching the Washington, D.C., and Baltimore region, but there is still some uncertainty to the storm’s path, according to local forecasters. The National Hurricane Center reported that Tropical Storm Hermine was located about 235 miles west-southwest of Tampa, Florida, at 8 a.m. Thursday. The storm was ...
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