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Meet me at the Wegman's� seafood counter!
It's where I shop for the freshest in seafood of all kinds...including these delectable sea scallops.
This is what I had for dinner not too long ago.
Winner, winner - chicken dinner.
We all have to eat and the weather yesterday called for an old fashioned roast chicken dinner.
Even managed to practice making stuffing. Turkey Day is closing in on us!
We're a few days into Fall 2017 but the temperatures sure don't jive with the calendar.
Regardless, when you have a taste for homemade garlic bread, then you might as well make soup to go with it!
Here is my version of Pasta E Fagioli soup.Buon Appetito!
Woodbridge Sailing School at Leesylvania Park We had a blast at Woodbridge Sailing School last weekend and we have been renting sailboats from them for
Relax at Jirani Coffee House Manassas: read a book, listen to a poetry reading but best of all, just grab a cup of the best coffee in town before you ride the rails!
Test Pilot Academy held at Ben Lomond's Pat Wilson Center is one of the best summer camps for teens!
It's the middle of July and there is plenty of time left this summer for some serious Al Fresco dining options.
We're looking for some new patio furniture to accommodate the growing numbers seated at the family table! The choices are mind boggling both style and price wise.
Community events, things to do and places to see in and around Woodbridge, Virginia.
I'm sure they saw Henry House Manassas Battlefield. At least 4 ancestors fought at Manassas, Bristoe Station, Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville,