MiddleNeck Living

  • Wednesday October 19th, 2016
    Virginia has a countless number of haunted places, and they can be found in just about every area of the state. For the brave of heart who dare venture into some of these most haunted locations, I’ve mapped out a road trip that conveniently makes its way to seven of them. In just under six hours, you can make a circular route through the Eastern ...
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  • Thursday October 13th, 2016
    George Washington enjoyed being a farmer more than anything else. Celebrate his love for farming with a variety of harvest activities to prepare the park’s farm for winter. George Washington Birthplace National Monument will host its Harvest Festival event on Saturday October 22, 2016 from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. For further information, contact Scott Hill at 804-224-1732 x225, visit us on our website or ...
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  • Thursday October 13th, 2016
    Wine and Oyster Tasting October 15 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm The Town Green- Stroll participating shops in town to enjoy wine and food tastings! $20.00 INCLUDES – Tasting and wine glass. Tickets will be available at the following locations in Urbanna – Cyndy’s Bynn, Lowe Tide, Marshall’s Drug Store, If It’s Wood and More, Something Different, ReSail Boutique, Grounded, Big Oak Cafe’ and ...
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  • Thursday October 13th, 2016
    The idea of a fishing town seems almost like something out of a storybook, with coastal landscapes and picture-perfect piers. And yet, these towns have faced the ups and downs of a fishing-based economy, flourishing some years and struggling in others. Even so, Virginia’s fishing towns have remained an important part of the state’s identity. Today, they make for fascinating stops as you travel along ...
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  • Thursday October 13th, 2016
    by Jed Portman – South Carolina – October/November 2016 A Chinese-accented take on a Lowcountry favorite All his life, Shuai Wang has loved shrimp and rice. “My mom says I would sit down and eat two or three pounds of shrimp all by myself,” he recalls. Now the Beijing-born, New York–raised chef runs the critically acclaimed Short Grain food truck in a city that appreciates ...
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  • Friday October 07th, 2016
    Halloween is all about horror and terrifying others in the maximum way possible either by wearing spooky dresses, applying dark makeups or with the howling Halloween settings. Pumpkins cannot be put aside when it comes to Halloween because you know people watch the ambiance more when an event comes so it is very pertinent if carved pumpkins are put in the background.  They can be ...
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  • Thursday September 29th, 2016
    Pickle-Brine Dipped Chicken Photo: Johnny Autry by Jed Portman – North Carolina – October/November 2016 North Carolina’s answer to Nashville hot chicken It came from Piedmont North Carolina, where Benjamin Franklin Cureton, of Frankie’s Chicken Shack in Salisbury, had the brainstorm to plunge fried chicken into the vinegar-based, tomato-tinged barbecue sauce native to nearby Lexington. Dipped chicken—the sweet-sour-spicy-crunchy result—kept Frankie’s in business from 1942 to 2004, and ...
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