What’s Happening Today – May 31, 2017
Today on DelmarvaLife:
Jimmy and Lisa sat down with father and son, Coley Harris and Ahmarr Melton who came to tell us about the Out of the Ashes play. The play helps highlight some of the struggles that families sometimes undergo, as well as how they can work towards resolution. The play was inspired by Coley and Ahmarr’s own personal relationship, the obstacles they were met with and how they were able to rise above them all.From solving family problems to adding a family member, Jimmy sat down with Attorney Dean Betts, from the Tunnell and Raysor Law Firm in Sussex County. He and Jimmy talked through all the tough questions surrounding adoption, as well as discussed a few questions most may not consider when it comes to adoption.
Jimmy and Lisa then sat down with Mrs. Delaware America 2016, Tetra Shockley, as well as Mrs. Delaware America 2015, Alina Pfeifer. Mrs. Pfeifer (an official panel judge at this year’s pageant) and Mrs. Shockley told us how the Mrs. Delaware America program has helped enriched their lives, plus how they’ve connected within their communities. They also shared some of the qualities they hope to see as contestants hit the stage in this year’s Mrs. Delaware America 2017 Pageant.
Jimmy sat down with Chesapeake Plumbing and Heating owner and plumber, Travis Martin to discuss water, but not the pretty kind we see offshore. They talked about the water sometimes creeps its way into your home, and in some cases causing quite the mess. Travis answered viewer questions and gave us some tips on all things plumbing , plus how to spot and prevent potential problems in your own homes.
Lisa sat down with 3rd Wave Brewing Company Co-Owner, Lori Clough and 5k Race Representative, Kate Garland who told us about the upcoming, third annual, ‘3rd Wave Brewing Company 5k‘ happening this weekend in Delmar, Delaware. Not only will all the proceeds from the race go directly to Coastal Hospice, but runners and guests will also get to enjoy some incredible food and drinks made at the 3rd Wave Brewery Company.
After a good run, all you need is good food; and all eyes were on Executive Chef Dan Reilly of the Rehoboth Beach Country Club who showed us a great new recipe of pan-seared diver scallops, but with a twist. He also told us a bit more about the Top Chef Culinary Coast Competition, which he won last year, and how the event helps the Delaware Meals on Wheels programs. WBOC is a proud sponsor of the Top Chef Culinary Coast Competition happening Thursday, June 8 at the Rehoboth Beach Country Club.
10 diver scallops
1/3 cup of fresh white corn
¼ tomato basil relish
1 tbsp mango coulis
1 cup of avocado crema
Baby micro greens, diners preference on amount
Pan sear scallops until browned on each side, and cooked through
Drizzle avocado crema, mango coulis on plate
Place spoonful of corn and tomato relish in the center of plate
Transfer scallops to plate and top with micro greens
Tune into DelmarvaLife at 5:00 p.m. to hear more from all the segments!