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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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Restaurant 55

/ Updated on April 23, 2015

When I agreed to take on the “Sip & Bite with the Rehoboth Foodie” show on Delaware 105.9, I began to receive emails from people within earshot of my voice (or more like transmitter-shot, I guess). “We can hear you … Continue reading

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Any Port in a Storm? Not So!

/ Updated on March 21, 2015

I remember the time when our daughter, who was 8 years old at the time, requested a taste of port after a holiday meal. After a small sip, she promptly declared, “Oh mommy, this makes my tummy all warm!” Many … Continue reading

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Goolee’s Grille

/ Updated on February 15, 2015

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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The Backyard

/ Updated on March 30, 2015

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

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/ Updated on July 22, 2015

There is no more iconic landmark in Rehoboth than that International Orange sign that towers over the north side of Rehoboth Avenue at the Boardwalk. It has been photographed, painted, etched, sketched and filmed more than any other single object … Continue reading

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The best … Chicken Cheesesteak

/ Updated on March 16, 2015

A Chicken Cheesesteak is a delicate balance of chicken that is chunky enough to not turn to mush when grilled, but not so chunky that it becomes a grilled chicken sandwich. And two local shops are neck-‘n’-neck for the title … Continue reading


Olive Orchard Tasting Room

/ Updated on January 3, 2017

After dropping in to the unusual (and delicious) Olive Orchard Tasting Room in First Street Station, you would think that this was the very first store that specialized in unusual balsamic vinegars and infused olive oils. But Laura Hannu-Eckrote and … Continue reading

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Jalapeno Restaurant

/ Updated on August 15, 2015

It doesn’t get much more informal than Jalapeno Restaurant. This tiny storefront on Rt. 9/404  just east of The Circle in Georgetown presents itself as a carryout that just happens to have a few mismatched tables from 1970s kitchens past. … Continue reading

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