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Dining@LargeMy earlier post on bananas Foster inspired Donna Beth Joy Shapiro to write me about the various ways waiters used to entertain us at the table. The most obvious one is Caesar salad. When it was the It salad, it......
Tags: Salads, Foods and Beverages, Seafood, Annapolis, Ellicott City
Dining@LargeRobert of Cross Keys has made my day, maybe my week, with this fine guest post. My Pikesville source, a guy who tells my husband about restaurants to pass on to me, has been going on for a couple of......
Dining@LargeThe Inner Harbor is getting yet another chain restaurant.The good news: it's a relatively obscure chain, called Elephant & Castle.The bad news: it serves British food.Didn't Baltimore fight off the Brits in 1814 to rid the land of bangers and......
Dining@LargeThere were some gripes last time I posted a long restaurant press release in its entirety. I got one recently that makes that Aldo's post-Preakness dinner account look sparer than a Twitter post. It's about a restaurant named bríque that......
Dining@LargeI didn't think anyone could possibly come up with a new crab cake question.Actually, I thought no one would ever ask me any crab cake question except "Where can you get the best crab cakes in Baltimore?"But Sherri has done......
Dining@LargeJordan Naftal, owner of the late Jordan's Steakhouse in Ellicott City, will revive a couple menu favorites in a very different setting.Instead of a quaint historic-district rowhouse, he'll sell Caesar salads with grilled steak and grilled shrimp from a...
Tags: Salads, Ellicott City, Jordan, Restaurants, Dining and Drinking
Dining@LargeI saw something on a menu last night that I've never seen before: "Maximum suggested dining time is two hours." Those words appear on the menu at Catonsville Gourmet, where, incidentally, I had a terrific Caesar Salad with Grilled Salmon......
The first thing that catches your eye when entering The Boarding House is the chandelier. Except it's not really a chandelier, but an art installation consisting of 9,000-plus (official count: 9,063) suspended wine glasses. "One glass for every wine I'...
Tags: Parsnips, WTTW, Onions, Appetizers, Restaurants
Victoria's Secret Fashion Show to feature Skokie's Erin Heatherton, Rosie O'Donnell eats for free in Chicago, MJ dines at his steakhouseI don’t watch CBS for anything other than football and Gus Johnson’s shrieks during March Madness, but I could make an exception Tuesday night. That’s when the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show airs on CBS. The annual show...
The Hartford CourantHe didn't want to talk about equaling Tennessee's eight national championships. He didn't want to talk about catching Pat Summitt, or John Wooden and taking that long, forever arm-and-arm walk with history. Not yet anyway. Not with one more game to...
One unexpected benefit of enhanced airport security is that airport dining options have never been better. The arrive-early dictum (to allow for screening delays) has resulted in airports full of travelers with time on their hands and the sure knowledge...
One of the best things about Chicago's Restaurant Week is that it allows diners to experience, at low financial risk, interesting and new (at least to them) restaurants. I've been meaning to visit Wood (3335 N. Halsted St., 773-935-9663) since it opened...
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