Morgan Hines, DelmarvaNow!

Morgan Hines


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Past articles by Morgan:

Love pumpkin spice? 8 food and drink recipes to bring fall to your taste buds

Pumpkin spice can be a polarizing flavor, but fanatics will love these recipes for everything from oatmeal to cocktails. → Read More

Guy Fieri says people playing with food isn't so bad: 'Let them do it and make them eat it'

Guy Fieri likes to play with food. He's encouraging others to do the same, starting with guests on his new show "Guy's Ultimate Game Night." → Read More

What does Pioneer Woman keep in her kitchen all the time? Ree Drummond's kitchen staples

Staples are especially important for Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond who lives "a good distance" from a supermarket. → Read More

Muffins, overnight oats, smoothies: What to do with an excess of bananas

There are plenty of ways to use your bananas before they go bad — even if they're a little overripe. → Read More

Five easy summer salads to add to your weeknight meal rotation

When you think of a salad, you may go: "ugh, boring." But it doesn't have to be that way. These easy summer salads will blow your tastebuds away. → Read More

Is the cruise industry coming back? After more than 2 years under a COVID cloud, the answer is yes.

One year since cruises resumed operations: More ships on the water, capacity levels on the rise, bookings up and COVID protocol slowly loosening. → Read More

10 red, white and blue foods that will make your July 4th party sparkle

Whatever the main dish is for your July Fourth party, you'll need a touch of red, white and blue to make your spread feel patriotic. → Read More

No agenda, new people and plenty of entertainment: Is it worth it to go on a cruise by yourself?

After three nights on board the MSC Divina, complete with stops at Nassau and Ocean Cay, was it worth it to cruise alone? → Read More

US to drop COVID testing requirement for international flyers Sunday

The CDC will not require pre-departure COVID testing for U.S.-bound air travelers, starting June 12, according to a senior administration official. → Read More

Southwest Airlines announces 3-day sale to make travel 'more affordable and easier'

Southwest Airlines announced a 3-day fare sale Tuesday with 40% off base fares for flights in the late summer and fall into early November. → Read More

Traveling for Memorial Day? Here's when to avoid hitting the road, according to experts

Experts expect lots of traffic this holiday weekend. Here's when to travel and when to avoid hitting the road. → Read More

'Definitely get married on a cruise ship': The weddings take less planning than on land

While it's not the most common destination for a wedding, marriages are performed on cruise ships fairly often. → Read More

FAA proposes $77,272 fine for woman who disrupted Las Vegas-to-Atlanta flight

The fine is part of the nearly $2 million in penalties proposed by the FAA since Jan. 1, according to a release from the agency issued Friday. → Read More

CDC no longer warning travelers about risk of contracting COVID on cruise ships after 2 years

The CDC dropped its cruise travel health notice Wednesday, after warning travelers against the dangers of contracting COVID on a cruise for 2 years. → Read More

This Norwegian cruise was canceled mid-sailing. That didn't mean passengers could leave immediately.

Days after the Norwegian Eclipse was canceled, after the vessel collided with the channel bed, passengers were trying to navigate disembarkation. → Read More

'A freaking nightmare': Cruise ends early with disorganized disembarkation

The refund and future cruise credit provided by Norwegian Cruise Line to compensate passengers for their trouble aren't helping much. → Read More

Boost and cruise: CDC pushes for COVID boosters in new optional program for cruise lines

Most guidelines outlined in the CDC's Conditional Sailing Order, which expired last month, remain in the updated program. → Read More

Crystal Symphony changed course, kept passengers an extra day. Can cruise ships do that?

Crystal Symphony ended its sailing in a different country on a different day than scheduled. Is that allowed? USA TODAY asked experts. → Read More

CDC guidance to become optional for cruise lines as COVID continues to spread

The CDC's Framework for Conditional Sailing Order will expire Saturday and the health agency's COVID guidance for cruise ships will become voluntary. → Read More

Royal Caribbean International pauses operations on multiple ships due to COVID

Royal Caribbean International announced Friday that it will pause operations on multiple ships due to COVID. → Read More