La Vida Hospitality was stoked to attend the Southern Delaware Tourism Luncheon in Dewey Beach, Delaware on Wednesday, December 14th. We love being a part of the Southern Delaware community and a partner in tourism. Special shout out to our Managing Member, Josh Grapski, who was awarded “Tourism Partner of the Year” for his […]
Four years ago, Be Involved Director Kathy McDonald and catering chef Steve Carey began collecting funds to donate bikes to children in the local community during the holiday season. It was a small and personally meaningful effort that has grown over the years. Click below to read the full article! Read More
Project Kudos powered by Schell Brothers recently spearheaded a food drive inspired by the Food Bank of Delaware’s CANgineering project! A food drive structure building competition, CANgineering is a creative way to collect donations to benefit food-insecure Delawareans, while encouraging spirited competition amongst local organizations and schools. Click below to read the full article […]
Make-A-Wish Delaware, partnering with Crooked Hammock Brewery in Lewes, had its first Giving Day July 30 to raise funds to help grant one wish a day for local children with critical illnesses.
On July 20 2019, America celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Mission where the first humans landed on the moon. What many don’t know is that Delaware played a part in making that mission possible.
With coursework, undergraduate research, internships and a part-time job, senior Samantha Martin has been busy at the University of Delaware. With graduation approaching, the food science major has a sweet job lined up at Crooked Hammock Brewery.
“I’ll have two tacos and a freshly squeezed crush. And hold the straw, please.” That’s music to Mother Nature’s ears as Bethany’s Big Chill Beach Club is implementing a new menu trend to benefit three of its next-door neighbors: the Atlantic Ocean, Indian River Inlet and Indian River Bay.
The first time Sean Norris walked into the Fork and Flask at Nage, he knew he wanted to work there.
It all started with Julia Child. Initially eschewed by mainstream TV, early cooking shows slowly matured on cable and public access. Then came the Internet. Remember Dana Jacobi’s “Bytable Feast” in 1988 and critic John Mariani’s Food Forum on Prodigy in the early ‘90s?