Today on DelmarvaLife –
When COVID-19 forced Tough Luck Tattoo owners, Meesh and Sean Rhodes of Milton to close their Lewes business, they chose to spread hope around their community. They, along with their son, have made signs that say, “hope.” We meet the couple and find out how the project got started and what it has brought to their life.
Throwback Thursday! Last week, Gardening Expert, Ginny Rosenkranz from the University of Maryland Extension Office peppered us with a few pro tips on how to start a vegetable garden. Today, she shows us how to nourish those veggies in the early stages of their lives.
Many area business owners are losing revenue everyday since they were forced to shut down amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of those business owners are shifting their energy to do something to help the ones who are working the front lines of the battle with the virus. Jason Chance, owner of TCR Event Management is one of them. He shows us the strap relief hooks he’s making using his business’ 3D printer.
Some of us have used this time of quarantine to try something new. Four-year-old, Brileigh Smedley of Bridgeville has spent her time learning to bake. We visit little Brileigh via Zoom.
DelmarvaLife’s Katie Zarrilli talks with Italian singer, Ilaria Della Bidia who is currently in Italy.
Today’s Mr. Food Test Kitchen recipe is Lemon Chive Asparagus. Click here for the recipe.
The Food Bank of Delaware is holding a drive-thru mobile pantry in Georgetown, Friday, April 24th starting at noon. Click here for more information and to pre-register.