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Blacksmith

by The Rehoboth Foodie
November 28, 2014

A popular advice-columnist here at the beach suggests that loss can often be turned into opportunity. It’s healthy, and besides, there’s usually not much choice anyway. So when The Avenue Inn purchased the adjacent lots on Wilmington Avenue upon which … Continue reading

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Goolee’s Grille

by The Rehoboth Foodie
November 15, 2014

For years, that sunny corner at First and Wilmington was called the Kannery, where mom and the boys dished up OK subs, burgers and sandwiches. That is, of course, until George and Soula Vrentzos and their daughter Irene opened the Corner Grille in that very same … Continue reading

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An Oregonian Classic for the Holidays

by Catherine Hester
November 4, 2014

As one of Oregon’s founding wine families, David and Ginny Adelsheim purchased and planted 19 acres on the Chehalem Mountains (pronounced Sha-HAY-lem) in 1971, built a home, raised a family, and in 1978, produced their first commercial wines. Today, they … Continue reading

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New Chef at RBCC

by The Rehoboth Foodie
Updated on November 13, 2014

I’m pleased to count among my friends the executive chefs of Kings Creek Country Club and Peninsula Golf & Country Club – both experienced guys with a multitude of tricks up their respective sleeves. Last June at Meals on Wheels … Continue reading

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The Backyard

by The Rehoboth Foodie
Updated on November 13, 2014

Ami Rae, queen of the Cake Pops at Vintage Cafe/Vintage Pasta in downtown Milton, is movin’ on up to the east side (and a little bit north), with her new Backyard restaurant on Rt. 16 near Union Street in Milton, … Continue reading

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Touch of Italy V

by The Rehoboth Foodie
Updated on October 26, 2014

Touch of Italy V in Ocean City, Md. is, at the moment, the largest of the five Touch of Italy locations, and the only one located outside of Sussex County, De. People thought co-owner Bob Ciprietti was “spreading himself too … Continue reading

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A Family Affair

by Catherine Hester
September 29, 2014

You would have to be of a certain vintage to remember the TV show of the same name (1966-1971).  The inimitable Mr. French, played by Sebastian Cabot, was the caretaker/butler for Uncle Bill (Brian Keith), a widowed father of two … Continue reading

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Taco Reho

by The Rehoboth Foodie
Updated on November 15, 2014

It all started with Julia Child. Initially eschewed by mainstream TV, early cooking shows slowly matured on cable and public access. Then came the Internet. Remember Dana Jacobi’s “Bytable Feast” in 1988 and critic John Mariani’s Food Forum on Prodigy … Continue reading

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Lula Brazil

by The Rehoboth Foodie
Updated on October 17, 2014

Denizens of the old Cloud 9 will still recognize the front-of-house at the new Lula Brazil. The dance floor remains, and brightly colored murals on fresh paint bring new life to the skylighted bar area. And a beautiful new floor … Continue reading

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It’s All Greek (and Indian) to Me

by The Rehoboth Foodie
August 28, 2014

Until we brought in the Kikones Malagousia, many of our customers had never experienced a Greek wine. Unless you count Ouzo (which I don’t), that powerful anise-flavored drink that is more akin to lighter fluid.  My husband loved his Ouzo … Continue reading

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