Delaware Today editors share their favorite uses for fresh garden herbs and vegetables.
As we spring into the harvest season, creativity-starved home cooks are finding new inspiration by growing backyard or balcony vegetable gardens.
Baking bread has become all the rage in quarantine. Not sure where to begin? Chefs’ Haven owner Mark Eastman shares his tips for creating the perfect loaf.
Along the main strip of Justison Street, Wilmington's new Riverfront Bakery offers pastries, coffee and other baked goods.
The Lewes restaurant and bowling alley will begin movie nights June 22, with food served car-side.
Fans of the popular Greek Festival can still get their fill through takeout orders this weekend.
From hearty brunch options to all-out barbecue, here's where to treat dad this year.
The restaurant has a freshly renovated interior, an updated menu and a new name. Plus, the eatery's owners have announced plans for a new cafe.
In a time of limitations for restaurants and food businesses, organizations like Hakuna Hospitatlity and Home Grown Café are giving back to those who need it most.
Several restaurants in downtown Wilmington will offer expanded outdoor dining options to allow for more seating at a safe distance this summer.
From rooftop decks to spacious patios, these eateries around the state offer great spaces for dining al fresco.
The Juice Joint, expected to open later this summer, will offer an inviting space to enjoy juices, smoothies and bowls.
The liquor store and café were already planning major changes—but with community support, the shops are more motivated than ever to reopen.
Here's how the state's community of farmers are working to balance unprecedented demand of locally grown products while protecting their own wellbeing.
Former DE.CO employee Jake McGlew serves up food videos on YouTube to raise funds for fellow restaurant-industry workers impacted by COVID-19.
This year's event, happening June 14-19, will offer diners prix fixe takeout specials, and a chance to support local food businesses hit hard by the COVID-19 crisis.