MiddleNeck Living

  • Thursday December 31st, 2015
    The New Year is as good a time as any to make goals and resolutions. You’ll find no shortage of tips on how to accomplish those goals, but one fun option is to give your resolution a theme.
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  • Thursday December 31st, 2015
    What makes a cocktail great for New Years is hard to define, and subjective. Many New Years cocktails feature champagne, the traditional drink to the new year, but we’ve ventured beyond that limit for some exciting alternatives. We also aimed for cocktails that are easy to make, yet terribly impressive so you can wow your guests without spending the whole party behind the bar. Click ...
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  • Thursday December 31st, 2015
    Christmas clean-up — it can be overwhelming, but with a great strategy it can be doable. Don’t let the clean up rob you of joy.  Once the tree is down your house feels like you’ve gained another room. Click here for methods for making Christmas clean-up less stressful
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  • Friday December 18th, 2015
    The holiday season is a time to build lifelong memories with your family. Traditions also help you bond and reconnect with loved ones, friends, and neighbors. Creating traditions takes just a little time and energy to plan. We’ve put together a list of fifty traditions to inspire your own holiday traditions and make the season a little brighter. These are real traditions submitted by families who use the ...
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  • Friday December 18th, 2015
    Christmas drinks are the perfect compliment to any holiday party and we have some easy-to-make cocktails just for you….   Read More
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  • Tuesday December 08th, 2015
    In my kitchen around the holidays, space is at a premium. The sounds of Charles Brown and Otis Redding fill the room where friends and family are gathered, many helping with the cooking, others just hanging out. Because my family tends to share the cooking duties, there’s quite a bit of jockeying for access to the stove. (Trying to find a free square inch in ...
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  • Tuesday December 08th, 2015
    From the start, Virginians have had a special affinity for the holidays. Early colonial writings report that Virginians feasted, danced and had festivities for weeks, this at a time when many other more Puritanical colonies didn’t celebrate the holiday. In fact, one of the first Christmas trees in America was thanks to William and Mary’s Professor Charles Minnegerode. And, arguably, Williamsburg is still one of ...
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