MiddleNeck Living

  • Thursday July 06th, 2017
    Nachos don’t need to be overloaded with heavy ingredients. Here, we make use of the bounty and flavors of summer to create a dish that celebrates all the things we love about warm weather eating. The result is a pile of nachos leaded with sweet corn, juicy tomatoes, pickled radishes, tender chicken, and cheese in two forms. Why It Works Mixing the chicken with the barbecue sauce ...
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  • Friday June 30th, 2017
    This Fourth of July, salute the 241st anniversary of the Declaration of Independence during “Liberty Celebration,” July 4 at the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown. From 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., visitors can enjoy music, interpretive programs, military drills and artillery demonstrations, and learn about the challenges that faced our nation’s founders, including those who signed the Declaration of Independence. Artillery, Military Drills, Siege Works At the re-created Continental ...
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  • Friday June 30th, 2017
    Celebrate Independence Day with these patriotic ideas designed to dazzle guests. Don’t be fooled by the stunning presentation — you can whip up all of these dinners, desserts and drinks with time to spare. And if you’re feeling really ambitious, we’ve got amazing July 4th decorating ideas for you to try!) get the recipes here
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  • Friday June 30th, 2017
    Summer holidays are the best! Sunshine, friends and family, picnics, pot lucks, beverages and activities all help to make great memories. It takes one accident to bring about not-so-good memories of these holidays, however. Fireworks come with warnings, and there are also some things we can practice to keep everybody safe from food poisoning. The high temperatures of summer can be beneficial for bacterial growth on ...
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  • Friday June 30th, 2017
    Celebrating the Fourth of July In the United States, Independence Day is a federal holiday traditionally observed with parades, band concerts, picnic food, and fireworks (just as John Adams had hoped, as you’ll see below). In order to celebrate the Fourth of July with as much patriotism as possible, many Americans like to have picnics or barbecues and are sure to have the American flag waving outside their homes. ...
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  • Thursday June 22nd, 2017
    Are you looking for a fun outing in the Northern Neck? On Saturday, June 24, Paula Boundy of the Northern Neck Audubon Society will lead a bird walk on the Westmoreland Berry Farm / Voorhees Nature Preserve segment of the Virginia Birding and Wildlife Trail. From the VDGIF website: “The preserve has trails through deciduous forest, boardwalks that cross open wetlands, and spectacular vistas ...
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  • Thursday June 22nd, 2017
    Since its discovery in the early 1600’s, the island of Tangier has held a special place in Virginia’s identity. Not only is this charming town a gorgeous place to visit, it also has an extensive history with crabbing, fishing, and the bay of water that may soon cause it to disappear. Here’s more on this unique island whose coastline is receding drastically every year: Holding a ...
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