MiddleNeck Living

  • Thursday January 12th, 2017
    In many ways, I think this is the best time of winter for cooking. There’s no holiday pressure. Our guests have all gone home. We have no real obligations at all. Which means that we get to cook exactly what we want, when we want to, and eat at our leisure. If you’re at home today, I’d say this is the perfect time to drag ...
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  • Thursday January 12th, 2017
    If you’re like most people, you’ve been spending a lot of time indoors lately. Unfortunately, there are several more months of winter to get through before we start seeing signs of spring. Before you throw your hands up in despair, why not break the monotony by working on your house? After all, you’re stuck inside anyway, and you’re probably searching for something to do that doesn’t ...
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  • Thursday January 12th, 2017
    You can sip a martini any time, but there’s something particularly pleasurable about a cocktail designed for the colder months. “Everyone’s looking to drink seasonally,” says bartender Tristan Willey of Brooklyn’s Long Island Bar. “But if you don’t know what to do at home, you can just rotate one or two things to make it appropriate for the time of year.” We teamed up with ...
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  • Thursday January 12th, 2017
    Who wants to exercise when it’s cold and dark outside? But even in winter getting outdoors can put you in a better mood. It may even improve your concentration. So bundle yourself and your kids up in layers. Be sure everyone’s heads and hands are covered. And, take some extra time warming up before you exercise in the cold. Then, try these fun activities to ...
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  • Wednesday January 04th, 2017
    You’ve survived the holidays.  The hustle and bustle are over, question is “what to do now?” Two words: Day. Trip. Day trips are the best… Except for a weekend getaway, that is With the new year finally here, it’s time to hunker down and wait for the cold that we all know will, inevitably, arrive. Or…better yet, forget hunkering down. Let’s make 2017 a year to explore ...
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  • Wednesday January 04th, 2017
    Nothing against fancy, Teflon-coated aluminum, but no pan possesses quite as much heart—or versatility—as the cast-iron skillet. The humble pan makes whipping up a satisfying 30-minute supper, savory sides, or a crowd-pleasing dessert a snap. Get the recipes here
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  • Wednesday January 04th, 2017
    Before you drag your garbage and recycling to the curb, read this article! There’s so much you can do with an old jar, can, or cardboard box. All you need to do is clean it up and get creative. Here are 12 crafty projects that will literally turn your trash into treasures. 1. Glass Jars Martha Stewart shares that your discarded glass jars can be a beautiful ...
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