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Papadam NYC


One of the recurring topics in The Foodie’s busy email box is people complaining that there is no Indian restaurant here in the Cape Region. That is sadly true, but desperate situations call for desperate measures: We have discovered that … Continue reading

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My Sweetest Valentine


Can it be true? My 33rd wine article on RehobothFoodie.com since Kevin and I took over Teller Wines almost three years ago! Let me just say (without any remuneration from the esteemed Foodie himself) a big “Thank You” for giving … Continue reading

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Sneak Peek: Meat Mechanics (Dover)

/ Updated on December 14, 2015

I first encountered Meat Mechanics at one of the food truck competitions at Harvest Ridge Winery in Marydel, about 20 minutes from Dover. I can not pass up a BBQ stand, restaurant, cart, store or truck. My most recent restaurant … Continue reading

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Sneak Peek: Sno-Yo


You know the drill: Frozen yogurt place with a wall full of yogurt machines. Peruse, agonize, weep, gnash teeth, commiserate with companion and eventually choose your favorite flavor (or combination of flavors). Grab a cup (NO spoon, please! Cheating is … Continue reading

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Old World Breads Bakery

/ Updated on August 6, 2015

Noted gastronome, food writer and educator James Beard said it best: “Good bread is the most fundamentally satisfying of all foods, and good bread with fresh butter, the greatest of feasts!” My sentiments, exactly. James and I would have gotten … Continue reading

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Palate Bistro & Catering

/ Updated on November 28, 2016

Gary and Lorraine Papp (the original chefs at The Buttery many years ago) and proprietors of Essential Chef have opened Palate, a catering/cafe/gourmet to go combo. These two talented toques come fully armed with a list of references that include … Continue reading

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Murph’s Beef & Ale

/ Updated on August 13, 2015

Joanne Ketler and Patricia Cipollone have opened their brand new Murph’s Beef & Ale in the space that hosted the ill-fated PrimoHoagies on The Avenue in Henlopen Station center near Signarama, Casa DiLeo and the former Big Sissies (now The … Continue reading

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DiFebo’s Rehoboth

/ Updated on April 16, 2017

Long before the miracle of RehobothFoodie.com was bestowed on the Cape Region (I can’t believe I just wrote that…), one of my favorite hangouts was DiFebo’s in Bethany Beach. Probably because it was one of the only hangouts in Bethany … Continue reading

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Cava vs. Prosecco

/ Updated on May 20, 2015

Spain versus Italy! Not a soccer match, but often just as heated among sparkling wine aficionados. And the debate continues: So, what’s the difference? There are two main differences: the grapes used, and the fermentation process. Cava is a Spanish … Continue reading

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Fisher’s Keeps on Crunchin’


The iconic Fisher’s Caramel Corn on the Mason-Dixon Line in Fenwick Island has moved across the street. The parking’s easier too. Fisher’s has been around for well over 50 years. They started poppin’ and a’crunchin’ in Ocean City, Md. and … Continue reading

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