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Get moving with Pokemon Go by taking more steps

By Michilea Patterson mpatterson@21st-centurymedia.com @MichileaP on Twitter |

Summer produce shines in chilled soup

Think soup’s too hot for summer? Chill out with some cold ones, featuring the season’s freshest fruits and veggies. ...

By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media |

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    VIDEO, PHOTOS: Shake it up with vibration exercise machines

    Vibration exercise machines are creating a buzz and it’s not just from the sound the platform makes when it’s on.

    By Michilea Patterson mpatterson@21st-centurymedia.com @MichileaP on Twitter |

  • Food

    Dinner, delivered: Meal kits can save time and food waste

    “We shortcut customers to the stove by taking care of the tough and stressful parts — the meal planning, grocery shopping and ingredient prepping — and delivering it straight to their home,” explained Rebecca Lewis, HelloFresh’s registered dietitian. “This leaves time for the actual fun part of cooking and more time spent with family and friends.”

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media The delivery driver smiled and did his signature Donald Duck impression before handing off a box from HelloFres|

  • Food

    YANKEE CHEF: An egg salad for kids to try

    Although I omitted the nuts (for those who simply cannot tolerate them), this is a tremendously flavorful egg salad that will quickly remind you of that classic Waldorf salad. If you are having issues with your children trying egg salad for the first time, this just may be a way to open that stubborn door for you.

    By Jim Bailey |

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    Live Blog Replay: Winners of Ladies Hat Day at the Devon Horse Show announced

    Winners were announced at Ladies Hat Day at the Devon Horse Show. Winners were Pamala Bastings - best in show, Lesley Brown of Villanova - Best of Devon, Winner of Most fascinating - Michelle Leonard of Bryn Mawr, The Main Line’s own ‘hat lady.’ For pictures, follow photographer Pete Bannan live with the above graphic or on Twitter @PeteBannan.

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  • Food

    Celebrate Memorial Day with fried chicken

    There’s something about the smell of fresh, crispy, tender, juicy fried chicken.

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media |

  • Food

    YANKEE CHEF: Sweet treat is ripe for fresh strawberries

    Tapioca is quite confusing. It is marketed in several forms, with each company portraying their product in different manners. To put all this in a nutshell, minute, quick cooking and instant are all the same. This is the type of tapioca I use in this “best of the best” strawberry pudding. There is also pearl tapioca, coming in small and large pearls. These can be substituted in this recipe as well by simply doubling the amount of tapioca and adding 1 additional egg. Cook as...

    By Jim Bailey |

  • Lifestyle

    Fitness has no age when it comes to staying healthy as you get older

    Age is nothing but a number when it comes to fitness and health. There are plenty of ways for people to stay active as they get older.

    By Michilea Patterson mpatterson@21st-centurymedia.com @MichileaP on Twitter |

  • Food

    Sample different oils, from walnut to butternut squash

    Amy Cullen stood smiling behind a display table set with samples and trays of tasting cups.

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media |

  • Food

    YANKEE CHEF: Fire-roasted bell peppers key to tasty sauce

    If you have never had fire-roasted bell peppers, you are in for a treat, not just for the superb taste, but how easy it is to do. Follow the instructions at the end of this recipe for an addition to the sauce that is remarkably great tasting.

    By Jim Bailey |

  • Lifestyle

    Steeplechase water jump rebuilt after 24 years

    The Willowdale Water Jump was built in 1993 by Hugh Morshead a transplanted to Canada Irishman and a true professional. That the jump has lasted so many years is a testament to his craft. Sure, and it is! After he built the Water Jump and every other fence on the course, Hugh took the mickey out of it. He was the first to ride the course on a horse of Nanette Robertson’s.

    By Dixon Stroud |

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