The skipjack became the State Boat of Maryland in 1985 and they are the last working boats under sail in the United States. In winter, fleets of skipjacks used to dredge oysters from the floor of the Chesapeake Bay. The decline of skipjacks is a mirror to the decline of oysters available to the marketplace, but oystersContinue reading “Cook those oysters”
In this special episode, MPT’s Maryland Farm and Harvest takes a look at how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting agriculture.
With Covid-19 the topic of day and the subject of masks now front and center, I took a few minutes to come up with an easy to make (and wash) mask. Utilizing some items from around the house, my favorite bandanna, a pair of shoelaces and four safety pins, I created a comfortable alternative toContinue reading “The Bandanna Mask”
This is a warning to all Marylanders who love to grill throughout the year. The story was about how one family, like many of ours, use metal bristle brushes to clean our grills and how these bristles can break off and get on our food.
Eating healthier doesn’t mean sacrificing great taste or even old recipes. We just need to make these old meals “new and improved”.
Here are two different breakfasts I ate this week. These meals are meant for easy digestion, as per food combining principles.