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  • Friday March 18th, 2016
    There are endless ways to use pesto, the Italian sauce made from olive oil, basil, garlic, nuts and Parmesan cheese, but this pesto shrimp has to be one of my favorites. Whether you serve the dish for dinner with pasta and a vegetable or as an appetizer all alone, the shrimp disappear in a flash. Trust me, no matter how much you think you’ll need, ...
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  • Friday March 18th, 2016
    The Northern Neck Master Gardeners and Virginia Cooperative Extension invite you to The 23rd Annual Gardening in the Northern Neck Seminar Nurturing Nature: Sustainable Gardening. Speakers include Lisa Ziegler fromThe Gardener’s Workshop in Newport News. Tim McCoy a Research Specialist with Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs; and Kevin Goff who is the Director of the River Program at St. Margaret’s School in Tappahannock. Click here for ...
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  • Friday March 18th, 2016
    Anthem presents the 4th Annual RE Strong Run benefiting VCU Massey Cancer Center on Saturday, April 8, 2017 at historic Hewick Plantation! This event celebrates the life of Ruth Ellen Hurley and all who have bravely battled cancer. Join us for this community festival in Urbanna, one of Virginia’s most charming Chesapeake Bay towns. Click Here for details THE COURSES Anthem presents 5k and 10k races run ...
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  • Friday March 11th, 2016
    Tickets for the Garden Club of Virginia’s annual Historic Garden Week are on sale and include a tour of City of Alexandria gardens on Saturday, April 23 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  For eight days every spring, visitors are welcomed to nearly 200 of Virginia’s most picturesque gardens and private homes showcased in 30 tours during “America’s Largest Open House.” For more than 80 ...
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  • Friday March 11th, 2016
    Enjoy the fresh flavors of the season with dishes that incorporate the jewels of spring. Baby beets, asparagus, artichokes, morels, and more–there’s fresh garden bounty and seasonal recipes to remind you that spring has sprung. First up is Spring Pasta with Fava Beans and Peas. The vibrant colors of spring shine in this elegant, seasonal pasta dish. Choose firm, bright fava bean pods free of black ...
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  • Friday March 04th, 2016
    Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with these fresh takes on traditional Irish dishes, including shepherd’s pie, corned beef and cabbage, and Irish soda bread. We’ve also included a few nontraditional recipes to add a bit o’ festive green to your meal! First up…. Smoky Cheese Potato soup…. Add a festive topper to this easy-to-make potato soup by smearing a dab of pesto on shamrock-shape pieces of ...
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  • Friday March 04th, 2016
    There is a Purpose – For 30 years of his life, St. Patrick brought hope to Ireland by establishing churches and monasteries across the country. The day of his death, March 17, 461 A.D., has since been a day for the Irish to celebrate the saint for converting the pagans to Christianity: essentially driving the snakes (symbolic of evil) from Ireland. Over the centuries the ...
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