The Whole30 diet allows plenty of vegetables,fruit, grass-fed meat, seafood, and unprocessed ingredients.
Starting the New Year with an elimination diet is all the rage. Some personal experiences.
These pantries need stocking during the holiday season
Sister Janet Mary, left, Sister Cecilia, and collection driver Jeffrey Phillips, from the Little Sisters Of The Poor Jeanne Jugan Residence, in Newark, load up shopping carts of donated food from Janssen's Market in Greenville. Photo Butch Comegys
Reduce, reuse and recycle are the bywords for many local food industry businesses
Grass-fed beef, fatty fish, avocados, nuts, seeds and low-carb veggies are staples of the ketogenic diet.
Can cutting carbs and boosting fat cure what ails you? Some say so, but proceed carefully.
Vicki Sylvester chats with customers on a Friday morning at Hank's Place in Chadds Ford. She has worked at the restaurant for 25 years. Photo Butch Comegys
More area restaurants are specializing in ‘a great way to start the day’—breakfast
Mahi taco and chips is one of the features at El Diablo Burritos, the brainchild of Dean Vilone, a Brandywine Hundred native. Photo by Justin Heyes
El Diablo Burritos uses fresh ingredients and décor to stand out in a crowd
Restaurateur Wit Milburn remains affable despite having a lot on his plate. "He always puts other people first, says his wife and business partner, Jody. Photo by Butch Comegys
Wit ‘Thai Guy’ Milburn fuses ethnic cuisine with spice and a whole lot of fun
An authentic taco salad is ready for a hungry customer at the new El Camino Mexican Kitchen and Taverna in North Wilmington. Photo by Butch Comegys
Independent restaurateurs are settling in increasing numbers in North Wilmington
From left: Owner Michael Stiglitz with his indispensable tandem of Ben "Gumbo" Muse and Chris Meyer. Photo by Butch Comegys
Two Stones Pub continues to craft a distinctive path