November 11, 2013 | By Alan J. Heavens, Inquirer Real Estate Writer
For developer Brad Haber, Neighborhoods of Cedar Creek in Egg Harbor City represents both a change from what he's used to and a chance to follow the advice that veteran builders gave him when he started 35 years ago. The change? Instead of being part of a big home-building company - he was, until 2007, a K. Hovnanian vice president for South Jersey - the Cherry Hill native is constructing pretty much on his own what will be 400 homes on 423 acres surrounding the three-year-old, 87-acre Cedar Creek High School complex.
October 17, 2013 | By Anndee Hochman, For The Inquirer
The first time Andrew Botwin said "Daddy," his mother gulped. Was this the moment Shari Botwin had anguished about ever since deciding, at age 38, to have a baby on her own? Was this the time to begin explaining about "choice mommies" and "donor daddies"? But Andrew didn't seem worried, Botwin recalled. He wasn't asking a question. He was trying out the new word with a 2-year-old's exuberance, the same way he yelps "Dora!" while watching television or "broccoli!" when naming his favorite foods.
July 16, 2013 | By Joyce M. Rosenberg, Associated Press
Kari Warberg Block calls it her day of reckoning - the day 10 years ago she realized she had saved nothing for retirement. "I started thinking about all the money that had run through my hands over the years, millions of dollars," said Block, owner of Earth-Kind, a manufacturer of rat and mice repellent. "I was sick to my stomach. " For many entrepreneurs, the golden years aren't looking so shiny. They have devoted so much time and money to their businesses that they have failed to plan for their retirement.
July 14, 2013 | By Jan Hefler, Inquirer Staff Writer
The yellow-spotted green turtle that sparked mayhem this week on a Jersey Shore route may have left its home in the woods because of recent heavy rains or because of a strong nesting instinct. Or it might have just had a hankering for something different to eat. Area wildlife officials, science professors, and researchers offered insight Friday into the secret lives of the turtles that usually inhabit burrows and ponds, but that sometimes cause three-car crashes. After the turtle wandered onto Route 30 in Atlantic County on Wednesday afternoon, a line of traffic on the busy four-lane highway swerved and then came to a crawl.
June 13, 2013 | By J. Bryan Lowder, SLATE
Bonjour, mes petits lecteurs! Let's make a pact up front: If I resist the urge to make a preening bon mot about Proust in this prologue, you have to promise not to gripe about how this recipe, without exception, requires the purchase of a special pan. (A mini-muffin tin might produce something, but they will not be madeleines.) Deal? Magnifique! With that out of the way, we can move on to just why delicate, fragrant, consummately charming madeleines should become part of your baking repertoire.
May 20, 2013 | By Doug Gausepohl, Inquirer Staff Writer
After falling behind by two goals early, the Egg Harbor Township boys' lacrosse team rallied to make school history. Sal Avellino tallied the game-winner with 44 seconds left to lift eighth-seeded Egg Harbor over No. 9 Howell, 6-5, in the first round of the South Jersey Group 4 playoffs Saturday. The win gave the Eagles boys' lacrosse program its first playoff win. Kyler Bordonaro and Ryan King each scored twice, and Christian Custodio had 14 saves for EHT. In another Group 4 game, Tim Corn stopped 20 shots for Rancocas Valley, but the No. 11 Red Devils lost to sixth-seeded Monroe Township, 10-3.
May 10, 2013 | By Christopher Hirsheimer and Melissa Hamilton, For The Inquirer
A luxurious breakfast in bed is a long-standing Mother's Day tradition. It rates higher than an orchid corsage, or brunch in a crowded restaurant sipping a flat mimosa. We prefer home cooking, anyway. Over the years we've each made many breakfasts for our own mothers, and our lovely daughters have paid us back in kind - the beat goes on. As it always has, going back to ancient Egypt, when spring festivals honored the female deities and maternal goddesses, symbols of rebirth and motherhood.
May 9, 2013
Makes 4 servings 4 tablespoons butter,    softened 3/4 cup heavy cream 1/2 cup poached chicken    or lobster chunks,    small peeled raw    shrimp, cooked    spinach, or a few    slices of black truffle Salt and pepper 4 eggs Ground nutmeg Small handful chopped    chives, tarragon,    parsley, or other    tender herbs 1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees....
April 13, 2013 | By Virginia A. Smith, Inquirer Staff Writer
When Cara Graver was growing up in Malvern, that part of the world was a lot more countrified and backyard chickens were definitely not considered divas. "They lived in a concrete block building, nothing fancy," says Graver, 66, a potter who had a similarly boring coop at her wooded home in Chester Springs, Chester County - until 2011, when you might say opportunity fell. A tree crashed on top of the old chicken house, and Graver lost no time replacing it with a round, adobelike coop that looks like it belongs in the desert or a glossy magazine.
April 12, 2013 | By Maureen Fitzgerald, Inquirer Food Editor
Maliyah Gregg's eyes lit up when she spied a package of bacon on the counter for cooking class in the convent kitchen at St. Martin De Porres in North Philadelphia. And then she saw the spinach. "Can I eat just the bacon? Please? Just the bacon and a boiled egg. It will be like breakfast. Please?" After four weeks of cooking lessons, I had gotten the message loud and clear from Maliyah and the other 5th and 6th grade girls: We want meat! While many people are eating less meat and trying to center meals around other proteins for health and environmental reasons, these girls are not quite buying in. I heard the same chorus from my own two boys when I tried meatless family dinners when they were growing up. For them, it just didn't feel like dinner without meat.
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