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Elmington: The Life Worth Living

Elmington is the crown jewel among a string of pearls scattered along the shoreline of the North River. Lined with stately homes, whose architecture represents the very best of 17th and 18th century English colonial designs, Elmington’s neoclassical lines stand out as a testament to...

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Open Cockpit Aviator: Michael Kuhnert

It seemed for a moment as if I had happened upon a World War II U.S. Army airfield. As I drove into the parking lot of the Pilot House Restaurant, near Hummel Field in Topping, Virginia, a gleaming blue and yellow open cockpit aircraft landed and parked near the fence. The pilot...

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The Color of Our Water

On the east coast of our country and especially in this area, we are surrounded by and close to water. The Chesapeake Bay is one of the largest estuaries in North America, some say the largest, and one of the most productive in the world. An estuary is a body of water with a mix of...

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A Guide to Culinary Salt

Whether browsing the latest Southern Living cookbook or recipe surfing on Pinterest, you are bound to notice that many types of salts are popping up in lists of ingredients. Gourmet cooks and novices alike appreciate the distinct qualities of various varieties of salts because of the...

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Chili: Warming the Soul

The bitterly cold days of winter have us all yearning for something warm and comforting. What says comfort better than a big bowl of warm and hearty chili? Every chili lover probably has their own tried and true recipe or has tweaked someone else’s recipe to make it their own. A few...

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