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Hot Property: A stone stunner in Havre de Grace

The stone front on this classic Colonial suggests historic charm, but inside, it’s updated for a modern lifestyle. In the kitchen, ample storage surrounds stainless-steel appliances and an eat-at countertop peninsula. Meanwhile, built-in shelving flanks a wide stone fireplace in the wood-floored...

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  • 17 delicious recipes from Maryland chefs

    17 delicious recipes from Maryland chefs

    Need a dinner idea? Try one of these delectable dishes created by local chefs.

  • Bryan Voltaggio's asparagus and barley recipe

    Bryan Voltaggio's asparagus and barley recipe

    In his first solo cookbook, “Home,” local food superstar Bryan Voltaggio highlights the Mid-Atlantic cuisine of his youth, turning his creative precision to classic dishes using regional ingredients. This asparagus-and-barley dish, which appears in the book and is also on the menu at Aggio, Voltaggio’s...

  • Drink recipe: Azumi's Yuki Ringo sake cocktail

    Drink recipe: Azumi's Yuki Ringo sake cocktail

    At Azumi, the new Japanese restaurant in the Four Seasons Hotel, sake turns up everywhere — even in the cocktails. In the Yuki Ringo, Azumi’s most popular sake cocktail, bartender Eric Smith combines the rice wine with fresh pear, lemon and Fuji apple juices, pear liqueur and spicy cinnamon syrup,...

  • Recipe: Baroak's bleu mussels

    Recipe: Baroak's bleu mussels

    Chef Teddy Folkman is a veteran of mussel preparation — in fact, you may have seen him school Bobby Flay on Food Network’s “Throwdown” with his moules fromage bleu, a signature dish of D.C. restaurant Granville Moore, where he’s spent more than seven years as executive chef. Here, he shares another...

  • Recipe: Chicken pot pie from Iron Rooster

    Recipe: Chicken pot pie from Iron Rooster

    Snowy evenings are best enjoyed by a roaring fire with a big dish of something steamy and comforting — like the chicken pot pie from Iron Rooster in Annapolis. Executive Chef Aaron Musinski’s traditional take on the wintertime favorite is chock-full of vegetables and chicken, soaked in just a bit...

Baltimore Sun Home and Garden Coverage

  • Sales pace surprises at Four Seasons condos

    Sales pace surprises at Four Seasons condos

    The owners of Prime Building Advantage are known for sales at Baltimore's elite, new condominium buildings: the Ritz-Carlton, Silo Point, the new towers at HarborView. But even the experts, intimate with a real estate market worlds away from Baltimore's traditional blue-collar rowhome trade, have...

  • Baltimore-area home sales, prices rise in January

    Baltimore-area home sales, prices rise in January

    Despite the historic snowfall late last month, sales of homes in the Baltimore-area rose in January, according to a report released Wednesday. Buyers closed on 2,073 houses in January, an increase of 16.1 percent from the same month last year, according to RealEstate Business Intelligence, the research...

  • Robotic, pre-fab homebuilding manufacturer brings plant, jobs to Baltimore

    Robotic, pre-fab homebuilding manufacturer brings plant, jobs to Baltimore

    Blueprint Robotics is a new Baltimore company with small, temporary offices, just 13 employees and big ambitions to use technology to revolutionize the homebuilding industry. So far, so start-up. But the firm, led by former executives at the Rouse Co. and Crate & Barrel, plans to employ more than...

  • In choosing Pantone Colors of the Year, Baltimore native taps cultural influences

    In choosing Pantone Colors of the Year, Baltimore native taps cultural influences

    As director of the Pantone Color Institute, Leatrice Eiseman knows that color goes much deeper than what's on the surface. For a company that specializes in creating hues for various industries, deciding on its Color of the Year requires a deep dive. Eiseman and her team of color experts wanted...

  • New campaign targets D.C. workers who could live in Baltimore

    New campaign targets D.C. workers who could live in Baltimore

    The advertisement juxtaposes the pictures of two tiny rowhouses, one listed for $669,000, the second for $299,000. The more expensive one is near Washington's Union Station, and the cheaper one not far from Baltimore's Penn Station — just an hour's train ride away. The ad campaign by Live Baltimore,...

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