• A Perfectly Groomed Tailgate

    A Perfectly Groomed Tailgate

    Tips give you a winning combination of food and presentation



    Brandywine Valley's race season offers various chances to wear your favorite hat, Lilly Pulitzer dress or seersucker suit, but you'll need more…
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  • Soup Season

    Soup Season

    Mushrooms, seafood, root vegetables make tasty stock



    Chef Phil Pyle has this thing about not repeating menu items that he and Chef Brian Shaw prepare at Fair Hill Inn.…
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  • The Ultimate Bake Shoppe

    The Ultimate Bake Shoppe

    Healthy treats offer a great taste with no remorse



    From its savory tomato pies and indulgent biscotti to its friendly and enthusiastic staff, The Ultimate Bake Shoppe is truly the ultimate…
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  • Odessa’s New Gastropub

    Odessa’s New Gastropub

    British culinary tradition fits into historic property



    The Historic Odessa Foundation's 188-year-old Brick Hotel resumes its role as the social center of town, when it opens its doors in…
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  • Summer’s Big Chills

    Summer’s Big Chills

    There’s always room for frozen treats



    What is it about frozen treats and chilly sweets that turn our willpower to mush and make our senses float with inspiration?…
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  • Wine of the Month

    May 2011



    May is a month full of celebrations, from Mother's Day to graduations, and these wines are perfect for entertaining. Or, keep them…
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  • Wine of the Month

    April 2011



    Here are three wines perfect for the dawning spring. Despite the date, we assure you these suggestions are no prank. Firesteed Pinot…
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  • So Long, Simon Pearce

    So Long, Simon Pearce

    Brandywine restaurant and workshop closed



    Simon Pearce on the Brandywine, a restaurant and glass-blowing workshop, announced on Jan. 12 that it would close at the end of…
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  • Wine of the Month

    Wine of the Month

    January 2011



    As we settle in to winter, it's a time to enjoy a fine wine and a delicious meal. I have a couple…
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  • Wine of the Month



    Since it's a time of the year when people often give wine as a gift, or bring it as a contribution to…
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  • Simmering Success

    Simmering Success

    Lizbeth Lane’s sauces streamline tasty dishes



    Confession of The Hunt editor: I hate to cook. I have a few tried-and-true recipes that I am grudgingly willing to make…
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  • Holiday Baking

    Holiday Baking

    Tips and techniques for stress-free holiday baking



    A wonderful woman came up with the idea of fresh-baked brioche on Christmas morning. Let's call this woman Wendy. Wendy was prepared;…
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  • Piccolina Toscana Opens

    Piccolina Toscana Opens

    Trolley Square restaurant gets fresh look



    Restaurateur Chef Dan Butler just can't leave well enough alone. He's re-invented his upscale Italian restaurant, Toscana, several times since the launch…
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  • Wine of the Month

    Wine of the Month

    October 2010



    I don't consider myself a wine expert, just a wine lover!  However, the most important aspect of wine for me is how…
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  • Wine of the Month

    September 2010



    This month's featured wine that I have chosen for your enjoyment is Beringer's 2006 "Sbragia Limited Release" Chardonnay. This wine is made…
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  • Hagley Adds New Chef

    Hagley Adds New Chef

    Dan Butler will bring seasonal fare to organic cafe



    A new partnership will provide diners with a delicious experience at Hagley Museum and Library. The museum teamed with Chef Dan Butler…
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  • A Tasteful Tradition

    A Tasteful Tradition

    Put your own spin on a tea time staple



    Versatile, delectable, and fun are just a few words that describe the tea sandwich. It is one of the staples of afternoon…
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  • Barbecue Rising

    Barbecue Rising

    It’s gooey and delicious, and foodies can take it seriously



    For decades, barbecue was something sold out of tumbledown roadside stands lurking on the edges of small Southern towns. The wood smoke…
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