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Dining@LargeIt was great having the day off Monday, but did it really have to be Labor Day already? Did the young woman who minds one of my favorite little farm stands -- a truck, actually, parked outside the Catonsville library......
Tags: Catonsville, Foods and Beverages, Peaches, Vanilla Bean, Vanilla
Dining@LargeI have to post this quickly, while it's still lunchtime. Here are the lunch specials for today from the Artful Gourmet Bistro in Owings Mills. Thanks, Alisa, for forwarding them to me: .........
Dining@LargeWhen I heard about this special fixed-price prom menu from P.F. Chang's China Bistro, created just for teens who are having a tough time in this economy but want to celebrate, I was all over it. Investigative journalism at its......
Dining@LargeOwl Meat seems to feel a little negative about his guest post today -- at least he calls it 'subdued,' which of course means that I love it. (OK, I did have to kill out the photo of Johnny Cash......
The Swampby Mark Silva It's been said -- though we'd never suggest such a thing -- that the debate on Capitol Hill sometimes begs the question of what these guys are smoking. This morning, the answer appears to be lettuce. The......
Tags: Barack Obama, Indiana, Steve Buyer
Dining@LargeIt's weird, but Bucky, our macho, rural good-ole-boy regular, has been getting sort of existential and Zen-like lately. Witness the questions at the end of his guest post today. Here's Bucky. EL Everyone has his or her own little quirk,......
Dining@LargeAlan Morstein of Regi's graciously provides today's Waverly Farmer's Market report. Think of it as a road map for the market under the JFX if you're heading there for opening day tomorrow. Here's Alan. LV Today @ Waverly: Gunpowder Bison......
Dining@LargeAlan Morstein of Regi's didn't send me his usual Waverly farmers' market report Saturday, and that got me worrying. Had the restaurateur fallen off the locavore wagon and gone Sysco on us? Not a chance. Alan did go to Waverly......
Tags: Summer Squash, Maryland, Zucchini
Reality CheckThe big question on last night's True Beauty was how classy the contestants would be in advertisements designed by them in which they had to pose semi-nude with food. Um, yeah, that went well. Here's Janell on the rest of......
Here's something you may not know about Open Table, the predominant online restaurant reservations system: When you book a table through the Open Table website, the restaurant is charged $1 per seated guest — so if you show up as a foursome, that'...
Everyone knows Charlie Trotter as the chef of Charlie Trotter's. It's his name, his restaurant, and he's the boss. But that title “chef” has many meanings, and Trotter has embodied just about all of them during his 25 years at Charlie Trotter'...
Tags: Avenues, China, Game, Restaurants, Lifestyle and Leisure
Are you ready for Easter Sunday? Today on my blog, OrlandoSentinel.com/thedish, look for creative holiday brunch ideas and more in the kitchen. But first, let's dish: Take a break with your kids. Specialty farm markets are a great outdoor experience for...
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