Restaurant has been reinvented as a welcoming neighborhood stop
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With a new executive chef and pastry chef, restaurant at Four Seasons is flourishing
Delicious food makes up for an unpolished decor
The new Canton restaurant brings flash but not the flavor
Here's an appetizer you might not have encountered before. A juicy, beefy hot dog wrapped in bacon that's oozing cheddar cheese on the inside. I find it more fun to serve these as an appetizer with a toothpick rather than on the classic hot dog bun. These go great with a bowl of spicy...
A new "rustic Italian" restaurant focused on craft beers is getting ready to open in the former Bill Bateman's location on Bel Air Road between Fallston and Bel Air.
Shirley Lawton of Bend, Ore., was looking for a recipe for sour cream waffles with brown sugar syrup that she said appeared in a series of cookbooks called "Cooking from A to Z" that were distributed through chain grocery stores as some sort of a promotion in the late '70s. She...
You're probably familiar with traditional chili — a big bowl of red bursting with beef, vegetables, beans and spices that'll make you sweat.
If you're looking for a great cocktail book that's simultaneously entertaining and wonky and has plenty of expert tips, pick up “The Bar Book: Elements of Bar Technique,” written by Jeffrey Morgenthaler with Martha Holmberg and published this summer by Chronicle.
A Cuban sandwich is the stuff of which food memories are made.
The Baltimore Sun's Richard Gorelick looks back on Eddie's of Roland Park's history.
It sounds like the start of a bad joke: "One time in Vietnam, I had the best margarita."
New prepared food store in Riderwood caters to people on the go
For scientific reasons, they say harvest moratorium will yield diminishing returns
Decline in females a concern
Given trends over last two decades, moratorium on crab harvest is worth a try
The spice of summer life
Uncle Jesse from 'Full House' posts crab feast photo on Instagram
WASHINGTON -- Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski joined with Virginia lawmakers on Friday in requesting the Obama administration step up enforcement of seafood processors that are fraudulently labeling imported crab meat as a product of the Chesapeake Bay.