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August 22nd, 2019

Crust & Craft, Restaurant, Review, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, Wood Fired Pizza, Local Beers, Southern Delaware, The Art of Wining & Dining, Delaware Beaches

Good for the whole family. That was my first impression. Neighborhood feel restaurant located at 18701 Coastal Highway, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971. Tel. 302-313-5029 Check the menu at

Love the restaurants on Coastal Highway. At this time of the year parking is hard to come by so the restaurants on this main road at the beaches have plenty of parking.

I had not been to this restaurant for a long time. New ownership by SoDel Concepts since this past year.

Crust & Craft is modern, lots of lights, open kitchen concept…..see the wood fire oven right there past the counter.

It was around 2:00 p.m. when we arrived. We decided to share a salad and a pizza. The pizzas are 12 inches; perfect for sharing. They have plenty of beers to choose from.

We ordered the Wood Roasted Brussels Sprouts. It arrived looking beautiful with butternut, Moody Blue, Apple, a maple vinaigrette dressing, pumkin seeds topping the salad. Great combination of flavors.

It was not until later that I was thinking about this salad and looked at the photo closely. I remember there was something missing. The salad was to have the brussels sprouts wood roasted. They were not really roasted. That roasted flavor was not there. We ate it and did not complain. All in all, it was really good but it would have been better if they would have been roasted.

Our choice of The Funghi Pizza did not disappoint. Parmesan Bechamel, Kennett Roasted Mushrooms, House Cheese Blend, and delicious caramelized onions. It was delicious!! The perfect size for two people.

Having had good service, good food and an affordable price, I can tell you that I cannot wait to go back.

Remember to check my Facebook page AboutMyBeaches.

Hope you have a wonderful rest of the Summer 2019!!

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June 27th, 2014

Rehoboth Beach Eats! Casapulla’s Subs, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, Steaks, Deli, Catering, NEW!! Online Ordering, Website, Facebook, App, Delaware Beaches, Eat In, Take Out, Southern Delaware


As I looked through the photos of a family busines, I cannot help to think what Luigi Casapullas, who opened Casapulla’s back in 1956, would be asking himself…..What’s Going On?  At the Beach?, Online Ordering?, Website?, Facebook?, An App?  What has this world come to?


After years of being in Rehoboth Beach, ordering from Casapulla’s Subs just got even easier.  You might be at the beach, shopping, strolling…order online and pick it up.  Three easy ways, besides just driving up to Casapulla’s at 19331 Lighthouse Plaza Blvd., Rehoboth Beach, and relax in their dining area.  Tel. 302-227-7827.

From their website, please visit

From Facebook, please visit Casapulla’s Subs –

Or, order through the APP Casapulla’s Subs.

Besides the ever popular subs, Casapulla’s also caters any events you might be thinking having this summer.  They also have homemade heat and serve trays for easy entertaining.  When you live at the beach…..summer guests are at times unexpected.  Add their deli salads and you can then relax and enjoy your guests.

Guess What?  They also deliver lunch to your office from Monday through Friday to Georgetown, Millsboro, Lewes, and Rehoboth.  If you are in Georgetown or Millsboro, please call them between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m.  And, if you are in Lewes and Rehoboth, please call between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m.  There is an applicable delivery charge.

My order…2 subs.  Depending how hungry you are, there are 3 sizes…by the size of mine, you guessed right…I was hungry!

I have had the Turkey Stuffer before and I still like it a lot.  It’s the combination of turkey, whole cranberry sauce and stuffing.  It is really good!!  Thanksgiving all year-long!!   Love the bread. Look how nice it looked.



My order of a Boar’s Head Chicken Breast Sub hit the spot, with everything on it.  Boar’s Head does not add additional salt to their lunchmeats.


Writing a blog is writing about your experiences.  Believe me, not all the time I write posts about what I am doing, or eating for that matter.  But, these subs were good…..I had to pass the word along.

TGIF….have a great week-end!!  It is Summer 2014!  Let someone else do the cooking.

September 14th, 2013

Rehoboth Beach Eats, Modern Mixture, Downtown Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, Latin, Mediterranean, Salads, Burritos, Quesadillas, Tamales, Smoothies, Wines, Spirits, Specialty Drinks, Coffee, Delaware Beaches, Southern Delaware, “Come Enjoy the Yum!”


When Leo says “Come Enjoy the Yum”, he is not just saying that for the sake of talking.  He means it.  Modern Mixture is located at 62 A Rehoboth Avenue in Downtown Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.   Leo has been cooking away, offering his customers, fresh, healthy and delicious food.

Modern Mixture is part of the restaurant scene in Downtown Rehoboth Beach.  It encompasses everything you want from the customer’s point of view.  The restaurant is lively, Leo, his sister, and staff always have smiles on their faces.  Their food?  Yummy!!  Their enthusiasm is catching.


You can call 302-227-0600 and ask Leo what’s cooking today.  You can dine, or take out.  Leo has some awesome specialty drinks, and wine, as well.  The website is  Modern Mixture opens in the Second Season at 10 a.m.  Leo has fresh brewed coffee every day and an espresso bar.  Modern Mixture is closing on Tuesday at this time of the year.  But, if you do need something special, make sure to give Leo a call even if it is on Tuesday.


So, on Thursday, Modern Mixture was exactly what I needed.  I showed up very late in the day, and very hungry.

After a few hugs and personal chatting Leo told me that he had just finished making tamales.  He had been changing his recipe a bit and I wanted to try them.

I chose to drink Leo’s Agua de Jamaica.  Jamaica is hibiscus sabdariffa.  In Mexico hibiscus blossoms are called Jamaica.  The drink looked and tasted like pomegranate juice.  Just like pomegranate juice, it is also full of Vitamin C, a good diuretic and excellent for the digestion.


My tamales had a filling of jalapeno, queso (cheese), and tomate (tomato).  They were served with Leo’s Middle Eastern Chopped Salad, which had mixed greens, falafel, quinoa salad, radishes, feta cheese, cucumber with a lime mint-herb vinaigrette dressing.


When I took the first bite of the tamal, I stopped to enjoyed the flavors and spices and then I felt my taste buds starting to dance.  I told Leo they were his best.

I ate it all and then Leo wanted me to have flan…I resisted that temptation and left it for another time.

Leo and his sister were so nice to me on a day that I needed it the most.  They are friends and I thank them so much.

John would have loved those tamales…..they werre gluten free!!

Have a great day!

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July 29th, 2012

Modern Mixture, Restaurant, Rehoboth Beach, Review, Breakfast, Smoothies, Coffee Bar, Burritos, Mexican Tortas, Salads, Kids Menu, Downtown Rehoboth Beach, Delaware Beaches, New Eatery in Town

“The demand for ethnic foods in the United States reflects the Nation’s changing diversity, as well as, its development over time.”   national restaurant association

And isn’t that the truth?  Ethnic foods are probably one of my favorites; the spices, aromas, from different countries put you in a certain mood….warm and cozy or that heat that kicks your taste buds up a notch.

I dragged one of my sons to Downtown Rehoboth Beach.  He was willing, knowing that food was the reward.  My sons are foodies.  They can eat stones; they have always been great eaters; adventurous is the way I would qualify them.  So off to join the many on the road already on Rt. 1.  Good thing we knew how to get around the traffic.


We were heading to Modern Mixture.  No idea where it was; just that it was located at 62A Rehoboth Avenue.  Midway through the ocean block.  We did not miss it.  Bright colors pulling you in.  If you are facing the ocean, it will be on the right hand side.  Great to see the water bowls for the four legged friends too.  The telephone is 302-227-0600  Website?  You can find them of Facebook and Twitter.

The restaurant is long, with tables and benches on either side. It is a super casual eatery.  No alcohol is served.


At the end of the hall you will find Leo and his staff.  Leo is the owner of Modern Mixture, which only opened in Downtown Rehoboth Beach 2 months ago.  He told me that it has been a process, but a good one.  Now he would like people to know where he is; to know that he makes, practically, everything in-house, and that his food is tasty and delicious; reasonably priced too.

I spoke to Leo in Spanish.  I love it when I can give this courtesy to someone that speaks my native language.  Leo was great and so friendly.


On his menu you will find Mexican Tortas, which are hot sandwiches; Torta Cubana, Torta de Milanesa, Torta Libanesa and a Torta del Chato.  The Burritos will be: a Simple Burrito with your choice of meats, Vegetarian, Burrito Mixto, Burrito Moderno, and a Burrito Chido with pulled adobado pork, refried beans, guacamole and pico de gallo.  Falafel, sope which is a homemade tortilla, lightly fried, topped with refried beans, homemade chorizo, lettuce, radishes, onions, sour cream and queso fresco.  Salsa of your choice on top.  The always present guacamole and even a kids menu.  A little bit of “mixture” for everyone.


A salsa bar to serve your own sauces, all homemade.


My son wanted a breakfast burrito.  So he decided to customize it with egg whites, avocado, bacon, and refried beans.  It came with fresh fruit.  An Americano coffee for his drink.


It was a beautiful burrito and it was sooooo good.  Let’s put it this way, he said “I will definitely come back here”.


I wanted a smoothie.  Leo asked me if I wanted a healthy one.  Of course!!  My smoothie was made with a whole avocado, mango, pineapple, and spring mix salad.  Only ice was added.  It was so refreshing and I was so surprised that no other liquids were included.


Leo suggested I give his fish tacos a try.  Either fish or shrimp.  I ordered one of each.  They were beer battered and the fish used was wahoo.  They were served with a bean, tomato and corn salsa.  Chips also.  Lately, I have been checking out the fish tacos and Leo presented them in a flour tortilla, and a tasty sauce.  The fish and the shrimp were crunchy on the outside and very moist inside.  Just very good, indeed.


I, had to ask, I just had to….Do you have corn tortillas?  A lot of people do prefer them to the flour ones, but my question was because I wanted to find out if someone with a gluten allergy could eat at Modern Mixture.  At present, he only has flour tortillas.  The reason being that the corn tortillas he has tried, have not been to his satisfaction.  Looking for a supplier.

Regarding eating gluten free.  He makes soups and tamales that are gluten free.  All you have to do is call him ahead of time and find out what’s on the menu and ask.

By the way, Monday, 7/30 he will have tamales…just in case you are interested.

Leo was not going to let us go without trying his fried ice cream.  My downfall is ice cream and I do love it fried.  His were perfect for sharing; it was a large order.  So good; the dough around it was still so warm.  Oh well, hitting the gym is an understatement.


Word of mouth is an amazing advertising tool….stop by and let me know how you like it.

Have a great week!!  Talk to you later.

Mexican soft drinks.

Mexican soft drinks.

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January 11th, 2012

Out & About, Lewes, Delaware, Lunch, Striper Bites, American Fare, Seafood, Steaks, Salads, Restaurant, Review, Delaware Beaches



“Lewes has always been essentially a seafaring town.  Blessed with an excellent harbor, Lewes is home to a large fleet of charter fishing boats stationed on the canal along Anglers Rd.  It is also the base of the Delaware Bay and River Pilots Association, whose members guide cargo vessels to and from the ports of Wilmington and Philadelphia.  The University of Delaware College of Earth, Ocean & Environment makes Lewes its home.”      lewes chamber of commerce


At times I ask friends what they have been up to and usually the answer is Out & About.  So, that’s what I just did Tuesday when I went to Lewes to visit 3 friends.  What would I do without them?  Don’t know.  I find myself so lucky to have so many really good friends.  The other day I reposted on Facebook something to the effect that “it did not matter how serious life gets, you want to count on those friends you can be stupid with”.  These ladies are definitely on that level of friendship.

Lewes had taken the Christmas decorations down.  New year and new expectations for all the coastal towns.  The merchants were happy with the holidays; plenty of shoppers, fantastic weather, beautiful scenery.  Second Street is the Main Street in Lewes; a quiet day in Lewes it was.


Our choice for lunch was Striper Bites.  Lewes offers its visitors and residents many good restaurants within walking distance.  Striper Bites is located at 107 Savannah Rd., almost where Savannah Rd. meets Second St.  Tel. 302-645-4657.  Website?  It is a most loved neighborhood restaurant with 2 other sister restaurants in Lewes; Kindle and Half Full.


Striper Bites opens year-round, full bar, plenty of seating; in the summer outdoor dining is available all the way into fall.  Please note that they will be taking a well deserved rest; closing on Sunday, 1/15 until Thursday, 2/9.


Our server had to come a few times to our table.  You know how it is, we were trying to out talk each other; catching up.

We had a laid back lunch.  Since we are trying to watch our figure after the holidays then soup and salad is what we ordered.  To tell you the truth I should probably be eating a piece of lettuce and call it a day.  Anyway, this is what we had.

Jody and I decided on the Striper Bites House Salad.  This salad was a mixture of fresh greens with archichoke hearts, roma tomatoes, kalamata olives, cukes, red onion rings tossed in Italian vinaigrette and topped with toasted pinenuts and crumbled bleu cheese.  Jody and I decided to substitute the bleu cheese for feta cheese.


I thought the salad was very good.  After some of the food I had been eating lately, it was refreshing and light.  Toasted pinenuts added that extra crunch.

Our friend, Debbie D, had the same salad with the bleu cheese but she went the extra mile of topping it with grilled Rockfish.  She thought it was delicious.  We live on the coast and seafood is the specialty of many of our restaurants.


One friend that does not need to watch her weight is the other Debbie that was with us.  Nevertheless, a hearty beef vegetable barley soup hit the spot.  Nothing better than soup on a chilly day.  She thought it was well seasoned and the barley and vegetables were enough for a light lunch.


I looked around and the restaurant was crowded.  Good to see the people Out & About.  

A few cups of coffee and tea completed what I always find a priceless time with friends.


Please note that Striper Bites opens Mondays through Saturdays from 11:30 until closing.  Check the website for specials and events; they have plenty.  It is closed on Sundays and….No reservations.

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November 6th, 2011

National Cappuccino Day,Tuesday, November 8th, Free Cappuccino, Saquella Cafe, Boca Raton, Prosecco Cafe, Palm Beach Gardens, South Florida, Palm Beach County, Say “I Love Cappuccino”



Hmm…I did not know that there was a National Capuccino Day on November 8th.  A little friend sent me an e-mail and told me that you could get Free capuccino on Tuesday only at Saquella Cafe in Boca Raton and at Prosecco Cafe in Palm Beach Gardens.  Both restaurants are owned by Chef Avi Sekerel.  They feature yummy baked goods, refreshing salads, inventive sandwiches, flat breads, wonderful gelatos and a variety of entrees, as well.

Saquella is located at Royal Palm Place, 410 Via de Palmas, Boca Raton, Florida.  Tel. 561-338-8840.  Like it on Facebook  at

Prosecco Cafe is located at PGA Commons, 4580 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.  Tel. 561-622-3222.  Like it on Facebook at 

To get a free cappuccino, at either restaurant on November 8th, diners just need to come in, that day, and say “I love Capuccino”.   You can receive one cappuccino from 7 a.m. until 10 p.m.  Additionally, diners can join the VIP Club, for either or both of these restaurants, by texting the word Saquella or the word Prosecco to 91944, to receive special offers, like the free cappuccino, on their phones.

The word Cappuccino, means little hood in Italian.  The cappuccino was first created in Italy.  This soul-satisfying coffee drink is derived from an Italian order of monks, known as the Capuchins, whose hoods resembled the drink’s frothy color and shape.  It is prepared with espresso, hot milk and a topper of froth.  Cappuccino is enjoyed throughout the day or evening.

This promotion from Chef Avi is a way to say thank you to all of the loyal customers, as well as hello to all of the cappuccino enthusiasts in the community.

Please note that both of these restaurants are proud of being No Fry Zone and everything is made from fresh, high quality ingredients with an emphasis on local purveyors.


So…if you decide to go let me know how that cappuccino was…..thanks to Sharon for your information regarding this promotional event.  Have a good one…talk to you later….I do love cappuccino…in the evenings, I get a decaf.

By the way, like AboutMyBeaches on Facebook, while you are at it.  Thanks!!

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October 17th, 2011

Casapulla’s South, Subs, Steaks, Deli, Take Out, Restaurant, Review, A Family Business since 1956, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware Beaches



I thought it would be hard to go and review an eatery that is owned by friends.  You know how it is, you are a little apprehensive.  You never know how service/food are going to be on a specific day.  Except at Casapulla’s the service and the food have been consistent through the years.  They have plenty of experience.  In business since 1956.

Luigi Cassapulla was the Italian immigrant and patriarch of this family.  His story so interesting; vision, hard work, supportive wife and plenty of kids.

Luigi was Paula’s grandfather.  Paula and her husband, Mike, opened in Sussex County in 1984.  But, they have been at Lighthouse Plaza on Rt. 1 in Rehoboth Beach since 1997.  The tel. is 302-227-7827, or, if it is easier for you to remember then, 227-subs.  Website?


I was thinking that subs are so versatile.  They travel well; perfect for gatherings and at this time of the year; Monday Night Football.

So, I found out that subs originated in Italian American communities in the northeast; around the late 19th to mid 20th century.  In the U.S. the common denominator is the bread.  In all types, it is an oblong bread roll as opposed to sliced bread.

In Europe this type of sandwich is served on a baguette or a ciabatta.

Some say that the sub or submarine originated in Groton, Connecticut, where there is the largest United States Submarine factory.  The sandwich was commonly eaten by workers in the naval yard.

So many terms for this sandwich, depending where you are from.  For example, the term hoagie came from Philadelphia.  Hog Island was a shipyard where emergency shipping was produced for the war effort.  It has been said that the Italians working there during WWI introduced the sandwich.  At the time it was made out of a variety of meats, cheeses and lettuce between the bread.  It became known as the “Hog Island”, the “Hoagie”.

All in all, subs, submarines, hoagies and other similar ones can now be found worldwide.

I came into Casapulla’s and I found a well lit place, super clean.  Ordering is done on one side of the counter with plenty of boards showing what they have to offer.


I met Tiffany.  I don’t know why but I always ask…if you are here eating for the first time what would you order?  She knew her menu well.  She mentioned the Italian, and one of her favorites, the Chicken Cheesesteak (with fried onions), and I wanted to also try the Turkey Stuffer.


So, I had all 3.  The Italian with everything on it; the works.  The chicken cheesesteak was a 6 inch but the other 2 were 10 inches each. 

While I was waiting for my subs to be ready I checked the store even more.  You can buy deli meats (Boar’s Head) by the pound.  Available are a wide assortment of chips.  And, they also had pastas, sauces, and pizzelles, as well.


There is a freezer in case you just don’ t feel like cooking.  It has sausage and peppers and other goodies all homemade.  Some of those pastas and sauces could certainly be a great addition to the prepared food.  Easy or lazy cooking, whatever you want to call it.


There was a new item on the menu this summer.  It is an Italian salad which has all the ingredients of the Italian sub, except the bread. 


Their menu is extensive.  You can check it out on the above mentioned website.  They have party platters.  They also deliver lunch to your office from Monday through Saturday.   For the Georgetown and Millsboro area, please call them between 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.  For Lewes and Rehoboth call between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m.  Please remember that delivery charges are applicable.  Again, their number is 302-227-subs.

Now to my tasting in the privacy of my own home.  I would not have dared to sit at Casapulla’s with 3 subs.  I could have encountered a friend or someone else that might have thought I was going nuts.

Sub #1 – The Turkey Stuffer – Juicy store-cooked turkey breast with creamy mayo, savory stuffing and whole berry cranberry sauce.  Thanksgiving year-round. 


I thought it was delicious.  Who would not like this one?  The combination of the cranberry, the turkey and the stuffing was perfect. I must tell you that I loved the size of their sub roll.  It was not overpowering at all.  You were able to take a full bite of the sub and experience everything there without spilling all over the place.

I had to open it so that you could see it better inside.


Sub #2 – The Italian – I like an Italian sub all the time.  It is one of my favorites.  Again, it was a good true Italian sub with all the trimmings. Genoa salami, capicola, pepered ham and provolone.


Sub #3 – Chicken Cheesesteak – Warm, cheese melting, fried onions.  What can I say?  Thanks Tiffany.  It was definitely good.


 Paula, Mike, their kids, and their entire staff are friendly….the staff saw me taking pictures and graciously smiled…probably wondering what the heck is she doing.


I almost forgot to tell you.  You do believe me that I did not eat all that food.  I was frantically calling my neighbors to pass on to them the other halves. Nobody was home until later.  I did find takers; Bill and Sharon.

Talk to you later….if you are driving out of town….have them prepare some subs to go…easy.

P.S.  Some of the information for this post was taken from Wikipedia.

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July 14th, 2011

K & H Hot Bagels, Breakfast, Lunch, Wholesale, Retail, Rehoboth Beach, Restaurant, Review, Delaware Beaches



Over a week ago, Trish said to me, as I was walking my neighborhood, that she was going to get bagels from the new place located at Midway.  I did not know there was a bagel place there. But, I did find out that they opened 3 months ago. Put it in the back of my mind as a possible post for my blog. 

I also have a friend that eats a bagel and a banana every single day.  I, on the other hand, hardly eat bagels.  Therefore, I am no expert.

Bagels were brought to the U.S. by immigrant Polish-Jews.  In 2008, Gregory Chamitoff, an astronaut, was the first person known to have taken 18 sesame seed bagels into space on his 2008 Space Shuttle mission to the International Space Station.

Today, I decided that K & H Hot Bagels was the place to check out.


First of all, K & H Hot Bagels is located at 18675 Coastal Highway, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971.  It is the same shopping center where the Midway Movie Theaters are located, Rt. 1.  Tel. 302-645-1535, Fax 302-645-1570.  Plenty of parking available at all times.

They open 7 days a week.  Mondays to Saturdays from 5 a.m. until 5 p.m., Sundays from 6 a.m. until 4 p.m.

I spoke to Herberth Loaiza.  He told me that his alarm wakes him up every day at 3:00 a.m.  Yes, that early.  All bagles are baked in the premises.  No preservatives are added; everything is 100% natural, no fat, and no cholesterol.



They also make bialys, which are small rolls that are a traditional Polish dish.  They are similar to a bagel but instead of being boiled before baking, a bialy is simply baked and there is no hole in the middle; a depression instead.


Herberth told me that they also bake pastries and muffins.  Breakfast is served all day.  But, the restaurant also has homemade soups, which are never frozen.


Available are also gourmet salad sandwiches, premium cold cut and cheese sandwiches, wraps,and fresh salads. Some from the grill, like cheesesteak hero, chicken cheesesteak, tuna melt, grilled roast beef, onions, mushrooms and gravy, among others.

You can also call or fax your orders in and they will have them ready for you.


I bought an everything bagel, a roll and a sundried tomato bagel.  I decided to eat the sundried tomato bagel and I found it to have a nice crusty outside and a soft middle.  I even ate it plain.

K & H Hot Bagels have coffee and cold drinks.  Tables are also available in case you want to sit down and take a break.


It was time to go but not before I was able to take a peek at their kitchen which had bagels and other goodies resting until it was time to be baked.




Let me know how you like them.  And, remember that they do sale retail and wholesale.

 Note:  Information for this post was obtained from

Talk to you later….what a beautiful day it was….the visitors must be having a ball!!

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