What’s Happening Today – January 17, 2019
Today on DelmarvaLife:
Grace Foxwell Murdock, Owner of Professional Grace, is here to help us make the most of the cold. She’s teaching us how to have a successful and fun game night that all your friends will enjoy. She’s also joining us in the kitchen to make Olive Cheese balls.
Olive Cheese Balls
- 2 cups shredded sharp natural cheddar cheese
- 1 1/4 cups Gold Medal Flour
- 1/2 cup butter or margarine, melted
- About 36 pimiento-stuffed small olives, drained
- Mix cheese and flour. Add butter and mix thoroughly.
- Mold 1 teaspoon dough around each olive; shape into ball. Place 2 inches apart on ungreased baking sheet.
- Cover and chill at least 1 hour. Heat oven to 400 degrees and bake 15-20 minutes.
We’re throwing some of your most pressing health questions into the spotlight. Questions like whether or not romaine lettuce is finally safe to eat after an outbreak of E-Coli infections. Or how often should you change your toothbrush? Today, we get answers. Peninsula Regional Medical Center’s Dr. Chris Snyder is in the house for another round of “Ask The Doc.”
We’re also learning more today about CBD oil and clearing up some misconceptions about, what’s often called, a “Wonder” plant. Erin Jackson, owner of East Coast CBD Oil, and Stacie Whaley, owner of Better Health and CBD Oil, join is in Historic Studio D to help us learn about what CBD Oil actually is and the benefits.
Most adults understand the end of life. Death is very hard to digest, but in many cases, we can process our feelings a lot better than children. The team at Coastal Hospice understands that, and that’s why they’ve launched a grief support program in local schools. Howard Travers is the Bereavement Care Manager at Coastal Hospice, and Cheryl Torpey is the Coordinator of a new program, which is an effort to tailor bereavement services to better meet the needs of grieving youth.
We’re honoring a man and celebrating what he did for this great country. As we approach Martin Luther King Jr. day, we’ll hear about an event that draws thousands of people together, to keep the great leader’s legacy alive. Jesse t. Ballard, president of the Tri-county MLK Coalition joins us in the studio today.