This is a busy time of year for chefs. Everyone is scrambling for quick, easy holiday recipes. This time of year I get asked more questions than a doctor at a hypochondriac’s holiday party. I am most often asked for “simple” recipes. This is difficult since I consider Coq au Vin and Cassoulet – dishes… Read more »
Text by Karen Fox. Photographs by Dottie Rogers. The original article, Jewels of Cape May, first appeared in Cape May Magazine, Winter 2007. There’s a special glow this holiday season at Cape May’s First Presbyterian Church. The congregation is celebrating the restoration of the church’s 110-year-old stained glass windows. Thirty five windows, including massive 17-by-17 foot Gothic arches,… Read more »
It’s beginning to look a lot like winter, with berries everywhere! Colorful berries are one of the joys of a winter landscape and garden. They sparkle like jewels on a sunny day or when there is a snowfall. I love to collect them for holiday decorating and also enjoy seeing them outside my window. Birds… Read more »
When you think Cape May what comes to mind? Diamonds? Victorian Sand Ladies? Piping Plovers? America’s original seaside resort has been dazzling new and veteran visitors alike with her charm, beauty and history; many to the point of bringing pen to paper. This collection of inspired authors brings different views—some fantasy, some spooky, and some… Read more »
What’s that sound? Can you hear it? It’s the sound of sleigh bells. And you know what that means. It’s the 43rd West Cape May Christmas Parade coming your way December 6 starting at 5 p.m. in front of the West Cape May Borough Hall. The parade winds its way along Broadway and up West Perry Street toward… Read more »
Take a Christmas tour around our beautiful seaside town with our Christmas 2008 pictorial! Select any image to view the full size. Pictures by Macy Zhelyazkova.