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Special to The Baltimore SunThe brain works slowly in winter. There are dozens of beautiful art-glass pieces displayed behind the bar at the Glass Grill east of Highlandtown. There are two dazzling, enormous Dale Chihuly-inspired glass sculptures hanging from the Glass Grill's...
Many a diner has come and gone in Hilton Village over the past few years. The corner of Warwick Boulevard and Post Street has a decidedly different vibe these days, when it opened last October in the guise of Create Bistro. Partners Chad Martin and Andrew...
The Corner Pocket has a sound 15-year history in Williamsburg. Four years ago, owner Lynn Alison decided to take it up to the next level, becoming one of the first tenants to open in the New Town development just outside the city. With an upscale, classy...
The hungry commuter can always find something to grab and gulp in the downtown train depots, be it a burrito, pizza or the always-attractive bottled beer in a bag. But at the Davis Street Metra station in Evanston, commuters--or anybody else--can sit down...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Foie Gras, Breads, Key Lime Pie, Metra
Fruit lovers, this is your time of year! We have a Sour Cream Peach Kuchen sent in by Barbara Diefenderfer of Slatington for Richard Kleckner of Quakertown. She also sent along a Caramel Apple Delight (''It tastes like you are eating a caramel apple on...
Sun-SentinelJeff Feldman sold his title company in 1983 and until last summer was happily retired. Every Thursday night he had impromptu dinner parties in his home where friends knew they could stop by for one of his inventive meals. The compliments always went...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Gravy, Biscotti, Salads, Allergies
New York restaurateur Joe Allen opened the first of his eponymous taverns nearly 40 years ago, catering, he says, mainly to "chorus kids with bad knees." His Broadway clientele liked Joe's informality (to this day servers will open a bottle of wine, but...
Sun StaffDian's Meatloaf in an Onion Serves 4 1 pound lean ground beef 1 egg 1/4 cup cracker crumbs 1/4 cup tomato sauce 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon pepper 1/2 teaspoon dry mustard 4 large onions, peeled and halved 18-inch heavy-duty aluminum foil In...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Bananas, Peaches, Kosher Salt, Honey
FarmingtonWe were young, Skip and I. Just 21 years old. We had bought our first house on Ten Street in Pine Meadow just 9 months before. Our family consisted of 3 little girls - Suzie, Cary and Jeanne. Skip worked for the state highway department. He did driveway...
Dallas Morning NewsMost people on this side of the Atlantic Ocean grew up knowing pumpkins in four main ways: as jack-o'-lanterns at Halloween, as blue-ribbon winners at state fairs, as crack-and-spit seed snacks and as the primary ingredient in Thanksgiving pies. Oh yes,...
Tags: Zucchini, Peanut Butter, Minority Groups, Holidays, Black Pepper
Special to The TimesA-1 Produce and Veggie Lovers Deli. Specialties: saag paneer, masala dosa, potato bonda, pakoras, kulfi ice creams. Entrées, $5 to $6. 9043 Reseda Blvd., Northridge; (818) 998-6900. See Page 18 for review. Ago is more scene than substance, a slick...
Special to SunSpotEvery autumn, amidst a hodgepodge of reruns and dreary pilots, a handful of award-winning shows break out to remind us that there are still a few good reasons to turn on the TV. Beyond the few examples of stellar programming, however, there is an even...
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