Today on DelmarvaLife:
Ben Zabin, one of America’s top teen magicians, is putting on a show for one night only on Feb. 25 at the Milton Theatre. The award winning show is a unique fusion of Las Vegas style illusions, mind reading, and sleight of hand, all weaved together by Ben’s perfect comedic timing. For more information, including show times and ticket info, go here. Tickets are at $20 for VIP (reserved) and $15 for General Admission.
Every 34 seconds, someone in this country suffers a heart attack. Peninsula Regional Medical Center Cardiologist, Dr. Jeffrey Wieland, stops by the studio to talk about risk factors and symptoms of a heart attack, and treatment options.
WBOC’s Charlie Papparella recently stopped by the Patricia Guerrieri Academic Commons to learn all about Delmarva’s history. He joins us on the couches today to tell us all about it!
When we get sick, our bodies jump into action. We have natural defenses that make up our immune system. Now doctors are using that defense system to ramp up the fight against cancer. It’s called immunotherapy. Dr. Feras Abdul Khalek is a hematologist and medical oncologist with PRMC and joins us to talk about cancer immunotherapy and how it’s being used right here on Delmarva.
The Chocolate 5K Run/Walk at Delaware Tech Terry Campus is Feb. 11. The 5K benefits study abroad scholarships and on-campus Global Understanding Series. Study abroad scholarships provide deserving students with the opportunity to learn through immersion about countries and cultures worldwide, and the Global Understanding Series offers learning events on cross-cultural topics. Amenities include quality tech shirt, chip timing, post-race food and beverage, and awards to overall male and female champions, overall masters winners, and top three in 5-year age groups. The run/walk starts at 10 a.m. and post-race refreshments include everything chocolate. Register here.
We’re playing Search for Streicher! Look at the clues below and try to guess where he is:
Tune in at 5 pm to see if you’re correct!
Spaghetti with Lobster, Amber Walnuts, Chili and Fresh Herbs
- 450g fresh spaghetti alla chitarra pasta (if fresh isn’t available dried will work)
- 100g Extra Virgin Olive oil
- 50g Butter
- 4 cloves of garlic finely minced
- 3 ea. sliced shallot
- 250g toasted and chopped amber walnuts
- 1 pc of lemongrass beat with the back of your knife
- 1 bunch of fresh mint
- 1 bunch of fresh parsley
- 1 bunch of cilantro
- 10g chili paste
- 10 dashes of fish sauce
- 3 ea. limes juiced and zested
- 5g palm sugar or white sugar
- 250g Blanched Lobster chopped
- water for cooking past
- Sea Salt
In a food processor add lime zest, sugar, fish sauce, walnuts, lemon grass, shallot, pulsing to a thick paste. Add chili paste and soft herbs reserving a few of each for garnishing the finished dish. Pulse a few more times making sure that the herbs still have some larger pieces. Bring a large pot of water to boil and season with 3% sea salt. While water is heating bring heavy sauté pan to medium heat and add olive oil. Once hot, add garlic and cook to light caramelization. Remove pan from heat to cool slightly. Cook pasta in boiling water for 90 seconds. Remove pasta from water and add to garlic. Then add butter, 150 ml of pasta water, and chopper lobster meat. Return to heat and cook for 1 min constantly tossing. Add herb mixture and cook for 30 additional seconds. Serve in warm bowls garnishing with picked herbs and lime juice.
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