The box is sitting on the Dining Room Table of Unfinished Projects, which is sort of the place where my good intentions go to die. No one’s eaten off that table in a year, so the box, which is overflowing with paper, is just squatting there. Maybe I’m hoping it will blend in with the other stuff I’m going to get around to one of these days. Stuff like a box of designer mixing bowls for a marriage that has been delayed about six times in two years. Stuff that I just need to glue gun together to make a lovely craft project after I’ve lost interest. You know, that kind of stuff. Oh, I wish it would get lost in the shuffle, but it’s not going away, no matter how much I wish it would. Read More …
Aging is Like Traveling by Bonna L. Nelson
The Mighty Mini by Roger Vaughan
Tidewater Kitchen by Pamela Meredith
If you are looking for attractive and unusual breads to round out your Easter menus, you will be interested in these selections. Nothing tastes and smells as good as homemade bread. Have you ever been curious why yeast breads rise, popovers puff,and muffins expand to fill the pans during baking? Leavening agents are the answer. They are responsible for making batters and doughs higher in volume, more porous, less compact and softer in texture. The three most common types of leavening are steam, air and carbon dioxide gas. Read More…
Tidewater Gardening by K. Marc Teffeau
With the arrival of spring, color is now starting to burst forth from the drab winter landscape. April can still be a tricky month weather-wise, so don’t rush your planting efforts. It is still too early to put out warm-season annual vegetables and flowers, but you can add some bright seasonal color in your landscape beds with cold-tolerant flowering annuals. April is the perfect month to plant pansies. Pansies and their relatives, Johnny-jump-ups, are cool-season flowers. Pansies provide interest in the flower bed, as they come in many colors, markings and flower sizes. Read More…
Academy Art Museum’s Richard Diebenkorn Exhibition by Amelia Steward
Tidewater Times was established in 1952 as a specialized monthly magazine which would appeal to the tourist, the prospective land buyer, and others for whom the Eastern Shore has a special allure. It was created to be small enough to fit into a woman’s purse or a man’s coat pocket. Today it has blossomed as a vital symbol of our thriving community.
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