• Mocktails Make Good - Drinks for the Dry Words by Jill Gleeson You know a trend’s made the big time when none other than The New York Times publishes a piece about it. Such was the case in late June with the latest craze …
  • Homeland Center’s Comfort Food Cookbook - Recipes to Curl up with This Season Words by M. Diane McCormick You want comfort food? Here’s Bacon Swiss Dip. Buffalo Mac ‘n Cheese. Lasagna Rollups. Green Chili Casserole. Meatloaf and Potatoes. Homemade Salisbury Steak. Maybe the Pretzel Strawberry Salad …
  • The Mill in Hershey Debuts Fall Menu - Words by Cassie Miller The fall menu at The Mill in Hershey technically started in September – technically. Just like the slow-to-come fall weather, The Mill has been slowly phasing in fall menu options each week. “We have one more …
  • Zack Rudy Serves a Mean Meal - WORDS AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY CASSIE MILLER Surrounded by monsters and creatures  even my wildest dreams couldn't conjure up, I find myself talking to the energetic, jack-of-all-trades artist, Zack Rudy, in his natural setting - a studio space turned museum of …
  • Grazery - Walking distance from Dickinson College and just a few minutes walk from all of Carlisle’s downtown hot spots, Grazery is the perfect place to grab a delicious and healthful meal with a Greek flavor while taking in all that Carlisle …
  • Nitro Coffee Pours into the Midstate - Words by Chelsea Hess- Moore Nitrogen gas infused into coffee to give the feel of an ice-cold beer in the morning - that’s the trend of Nitro Coffee. This new form of serving coffeehas poured its way into Central Pa.  …
  • Fine Dining - Words by Rick Dapp Every region of the United States is blessed with food offerings that are idiosyncratic and, though they are exported to other parts of the country, remain identified with their place of origin. Central Pennsylvania is not …
  • cold glass of beer with foam on a white background The Lost Pint - WORDS BY JILL GLEESON Don't tell Eugene Showers that all who wander are lost. The way he sees it, the years he spent crisscrossing the globe, learning about everything from architecture to brewing, was all in the service of his …
  • Fresa Bistro on 3rd - At the lower level of Strawberry Square in Harrisburg with an entrance onto N. 3rd Street, the capital city’s lunch and early-dinner crowd gained a new hot spot this past March.  Aptly named after the Spanish word for “strawberry,” Fresa …
  • Tapas, Part 4 - Suba Tapas Bar, Harrisburg WORDS BY CHELSEA HESS-MOORE, PHOTOGRAPHY BY KELLY ANN SHULER After prevailing through the strains of being what seemed like the first and only aspiring American female chef to hit Spain in the 1980s, Qui Qui Musarra …