MiddleNeck Living


  • Friday March 31st, 2017 daffodil-farm
    Rich in history and prominent in Gloucester’s culture, daffodils have been around almost as long as Gloucester County itself. Look around Warner Hall’s estate next time you are here in the spring. You’ll see these sweet blooms popping out all over the Virginia plantation. When Gloucester County was formed in 1651, the early settlers had brought with them daffodils—their “soft reminders of English springs”—and the ...
  • Thursday March 30th, 2017 Turkey Club
    The turkey club is one of those iconic sandwiches on deli, diner, and country club menus everywhere. In its classic form, it has 3 slices of white bread with lettuce, tomato, bacon, sliced turkey, and mayonnaise. There are arguments about how to assemble the sandwich and whether or not to add cheese, but there is no argument that a great turkey club is a sandwich ...
  • Thursday March 23rd, 2017 April fools day
    In 1708 a correspondent wrote to the British Apollo magazine asking, “Whence proceeds the custom of making April Fools?” The question is one that many people are still asking today. The puzzle that April Fool’s Day presents to cultural historians is that it was only during the eighteenth century that detailed references to it (and curiosity about it) began to appear. But at that time, the ...
  • Thursday March 23rd, 2017 calories-jumping-rope-400x400
    Being healthier doesn’t have to mean overhauling your entire lifestyle. Sometimes all it takes is a few simple changes. From eating more carrots to watching puppy videos (that’s right, puppy videos), these quick-and-easy tweaks to your daily health regimen can make a huge difference in the way you feel. Read more here
  • Thursday March 23rd, 2017 teriyaki-burger-recipe
    It may not be a traditionally Japanese combination, but that’s not to say that teriyaki sauce doesn’t go well with hamburgers. It does. Spectacularly so. But, as I quickly discovered, you can’t just go to the store, buy a bottle of sauce, and start dousing your burger in it willy-nilly. You’ll end up with burnt, acrid-tasting sauce, or sauce that just runs off the burger ...
  • Thursday March 16th, 2017 foundation
    Foundation plantings – usually evergreen shrubs – have always had a reputation for being boring. To make matters worse, many of the South’s go-to choices are now also suffering from a host of disease and insect problems. Luckily, there are several new introductions that make fantastic, low-maintenance substitutions with similar growth habits. Some even offer a fresh twist with colorful foliage or flowers that can add ...
  • Tuesday March 14th, 2017 wine_bottle_planter
    Come on craftsmen here is one more inspirational post for you. We present you a bunch of creative DIY projects for your home that you need to make this spring. Spring is the time when we usually need something to freshen up our home and our interior design. So this is the right idea. The following DIY ideas are simple, easy-to-make and cheap, but in the same ...
Comments are closed.