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Dining@LargeI'm worried about Robert of Cross Keys. I'm afraid that associating with all the degenerate characters on this blog, including its writer, may be getting to him. Here's Robert and today's excellent Free Market Friday. EL Right now I’m sitting......
Tags: Hamburgers, Foods and Beverages, Annapolis, Severna Park, Salads
Reality CheckV is for Voltaggio victory, but not the brother we think a lot of you were rooting for.Top Chef's finale tonight threw us a curveball -- the winner was Michael Voltaggio, this season's bad boy, beat out his brother, the......
Dining@LargeSomething on the menu at Baltimore's new Amish farmers' market caused me to do a double-take: chicken and waffles.Fried chicken and waffles are a classic, if improbable, soul food combo well known to Baltimoreans. But the Pennsylvania Dutch version is.......
Tags: Patapsco, Waffles, Chicken and Waffles, Ice Cream, Annapolis
Dining@LargeMy colleague Maryann James makes a fantastic chocolate cake with mocha mascarpone icing. The other day, she found a way to work the Italian cream cheese into a salad, of all things.She started with arugula, spinach and pears. Tossed that......
Here's a Mother's Day gift suggestion that will keep you out of the mall and it's just the right fit for the occasion: Make a family cookbook on your home computer. Add photos and anecdotes to personalize the work and go to a photocopy center to bind...
E+O, a spiffy and spacious restaurant that opened three months ago in Mount Prospect's Randhurst Village mall, has something for everyone, which is the good news and bad news. The good news is that E+O (earth and ocean) is perhaps the ideal mall-...
EntreeMy dad wasn't much of a cook. He even burned the bacon. His idea of making baked beans was to put them in a pan of boiling water -- in the can with the top still on. This might actually work, although the only time I remember him doing it, he forgot about...
Tags: Sandwiches, Bacon, Pies and Tarts, Cheese, Foods and Beverages
For 40 years, Brandywine's was a go-to place for lunch on Winter Park's Park Avenue. The no-frills deli had an enduring appeal that attracted all ages and all walks of life. When the doors closed last April because of a lease dispute, I was one of the...
Funny how a simple gesture, a little grace note, can render a dining experience memorable. For instance, I would send people to BLT American Brasserie just for the popovers. Maybe it's because bread at restaurant tables these days is often missing, or...
Things are certainly heating up, foodwise, in the neighborhood dubbed Lakeshore East, the easternmost spit of land between the Chicago River and Randolph Street. The stylish, upscale steakhouse III Forks opened there late last year; Aria restaurant is...
Tags: Pasta, Foods and Beverages, Dining and Drinking, Veal, Breads
I'm old enough to remember the day the Chicago Bulls drafted Michael Jordan, and to remember that it was not a universally praised draft choice. The belief among some was that the Bulls already had guards; why did they need another? In the same way,...
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