In September, family-owned orchard T.S. Smith & Sons in Bridgeville, Del., held a “Dinner in the Orchard” farm-to-table benefit, to help raise money for the Food Bank of Delaware.
Delmarva is famous for two things: tourism and agriculture. So it only made sense to combine them into the Delaware Agritourism Association’s newest program: the 2012 Farm Adventure Trail.
Wisconsin? Yes. Imported? Of course. Vermont? Sure. But Maryland cheese?
The Holistic Health Fair will return to the Cape Henlopen High School in Lewes on Saturday, March 17, 2012 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Anyone interested in learning more about the food they eat, or simply knowing more about where food comes from, should check out Michael Pollan’s “The Omnivore’s Dilemna.”
“We’re the apple in the Apple Scrapple festival,” explained Charles Walton “Charlie” Smith III of T.S. Smith and Sons in Bridgeville, Del.
In today’s world, there is quite a disconnect between people and the food they eat.
Fall 2010 issue — Ever wonder where the turkey for Thanksgiving or Christmas came from? What was its life like? Or its death?
Fall 2010 issue — Stay close to home, or take the train – Thanksgiving is traditionally a time when airports and highways are jam-packed with travelers trying to make it to Grandma’s house.
Summer 2010 issue--Farmers’ markets are becoming more and more a common in the agriculturally rich regions of Delaware and Maryland, providing consumers with fresh local products that also sustain the
Although Delmarva is known for its chicken industry, the days of having backyard hens seemed to have gone the way of the dodo for a while.