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AT THE TABLE WITH: Nancy McAllister Stauffer

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AT THE TABLE WITH: Earl Blank Jr.

Earl Blank Jr. is the first person I ever met that remembers the date and time of events in his life — everything from births, marriages, good things and the bad things included. ...

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  • Food

    FOOD: Throw a royal wedding watch party

    Royally excited – that describes the mood at A Taste of Britain in Wayne just days away from when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot.

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media |

  • Lifestyle

    Area cancer survivors raise their voices to help Race for the Cure

    Two area mothers who are breast cancer survivors are among women who are working to encourage and educate other women all over this area to be aware of this disease and to support the Susan G. Komen Philadelphia Race for the Cure organization.

    By Maryanne Swartz For Digital First Media |

  • Lifestyle

    AT THE TABLE WITH: Connie Rainis

    For Connie Rainis, singing is as easy as breathing. It fills every pore of her body. Her greatness joy is to share her music with others. Her specialty is jazz and the blues, but she sings it all.

    By Bette Banjack|

  • Food

    Don’t overlook the small but mighty shrimp. Here are succulent recipes to try

    Andy Gadaleto pulled two trays from a display case and set them on the counter. They’d just arrived fresh from Florida.

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media |

  • Lifestyle

    AT THE TABLE WITH: Edwin Soto

    At a very young age, Edwin Soto’s family moved from New Jersey to New York City. This Brooklyn household was headed by his maternal grandmother. The neighborhood had a close-knit ethnic heritage.

    By Bette Banjack|

  • Food

    FOOD: Pamper your pet with homemade treats

    Doggone good. That’s one way to describe Stephanie Rossino’s creations.

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media |

  • Food

    QUICK COOK: Satays and peanut sauce conquer all

    Right out of college, back in 1982, Thai food was gaining momentum in the U.S. I remember working out hard, so I could pig out on delicious chicken satays with spicy peanut sauce at Chicago’s Star of Siam.

    By Bibby Gignilliat Special to Digital First Media|

  • Food

    FOOD: Craving a Green Goddess salad?

    In 1923, a silent adventure movie called “The Green Goddess” was released. And San Francisco’s grand Palace Hotel debuted its own invention, the Green Goddess salad, at the same time. The salad has seen a resurgence in recent years — and for good reason. The velvety, decadent, herbaceous dressing is a suitable spring-season adornment to just about anything.

    By Amber Turpin Special to Digital First Media|

  • Lifestyle

    AT THE TABLE WITH: Robb Cadigan

    Recently, Robb Cadigan and I had a chance to meet and chat. Robb is the acclaimed author of the novel “Phoenixville Rising.”

    By Bette Banjack|

  • Food

    FOOD: Saluting victory gardens

    This spring, an idea rooted in the past sprouts again in backyards like Kathy Pelczarski’s, where she’ll tend tomatoes, cucumbers, green peppers and more. Call it a modern-day victory garden, 100 years after World War I.

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media |

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