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Eating Disorders: 
What we all need to know

Mar 23, 2015 ● By Arden Haley

In 1983, 32-year-old singer Karen Carpenter died—of heart failure caused by complications related to anorexia nervosa. It was the first time many people had ever heard of the condition.

Inside the Event: Celebrate Talbot! Sample, Sip & Savor

Mar 19, 2015 ● By Becca Newell

An afternoon of local culinary delight!

Happy Maryland Day From Your Friends at What’s Up? Media!

Mar 19, 2015 ● By Melissa Lauren

Maryland Day celebrates the history of our state and features events at various locations throughout Maryland this weekend!

Salad of the Week: Mixed Lettuce, Pear, and Goat Cheese Salad with Citrus Dressing

Mar 18, 2015 ● By Arden Haley

A combination of sweet baby lettuces, Bibb lettuce, and (I opted for) watercress sets the scene for a delicious harmony of sweet and tart dressing.

Dining Scene Eastern Shore: Talbot Restaurant Week

Mar 18, 2015 ● By Arden Haley

Talbot County’s chefs and restaurateurs showcase their finest dishes during restaurant week 2015.

Website of the Week:

Mar 18, 2015 ● By Arden Haley

This site is a great reference for easy home cooked meals that won’t leave you feeling guilty afterwards.

Halibut with Charred Tomatoes and Dill

Mar 18, 2015 ● By Arden Haley

A perfect example of how a few quality ingredients are all that’s needed to impart loads of flavor.

Grilled Tuna with Basil-Walnut Sauce

Mar 18, 2015 ● By Arden Haley

A simple seasoning of salt, pepper, and lemon zest is used for the tuna, topped with an easy homemade pesto.

Kraft Foods Group Voluntarily Recalls Select Code Dates and Manufacturing Codes of Kraft Macaroni & Cheese Boxed Dinners Due to Possible Metal Pieces

Mar 18, 2015 ● By Arden Haley

Kraft Foods Group is voluntarily recalling approximately 242,000 cases of select code dates and manufacturing codes of the Original flavor of Kraft Macaroni & Cheese Dinner.

Good news at a good time

Mar 18, 2015 ● By Arden Haley

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness month. This not-easy-to-discuss disease is a leading cause of cancer deaths among men and women in the United States.