Sausage and cured meat enthusiasts frequent this neighborhood delicatessen and salami shop for its wide variety of sandwiches and sliced products made daily with Lancaster Valley pork and other local ingredients. The deli menu holds a variety of encased edibles, such as the rueben, a corned beef sausage buried under thousand island dressing, swiss cheese, and sauerkraut on a 7-inch Italian roll ($6.95). The roman chicken enchants appetites with stories of the interconnected highways that spanned its vast empire, as well as fresh mozzarella and chicken sausage stuffed with spinach and provolone cheese ($7.45). An array of signature sandwiches sate cravings with the perilously stacked Italian cold cut, with layers of genoa, sopressata, and prosciutto resting under a blanket of provolone cheese ($7.95), or the herbivorian veggie’s meatless three-bean-and-mushroom sausage ($5.95). At-home epicureans can stock their larders with cured meats and preservative-free sausage, which, like the sun and moon, are made fresh daily. Cheddarwurst links blend fresh pork and cheddar cheese ($7.95/lb.), and the chorizo salami infuses slices with the spice-seeking flavors of chili powder, garlic, paprika, and cayenne peppers ($11.95/lb.) combined in a traditional Spanish method.
Meals on Wheels Delaware developed the Gas Cards for Caring Hearts program after volunteer drivers began reducing their weekly hours due to escalating gas prices. The volunteers cover 132 daily routes across the state, a total of 2,125 miles each day, which comprises a crucial aspect of the meal-delivery program's success. Volunteers not only provide seniors with a healthy meal—they offer companionship and help the seniors remain independent. Gas cards fund fuel costs so that drivers can continue to perform these vital services.
To celebrate Bacardi's 150th anniversary, the American Diabetes Association transforms the Queen Theater into a lively, Prohibition-proof Cuban bar. At the event's entrance, a Pan Am stewardess and pilot greet guests before escorting them through a piece of grounded Pan Am plane. Groups emerge from their theatrical arrival to find themselves in Cuba, or at least a scene familiar to the island, complete with a salsa band, dancers, and cigar rollers. Throughout the evening, servers dole out Caribbean fare and drinks for purchase, with all proceeds from the evening benefitting the American Diabetes Association.