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  • Top 10 outrages of the 50 Best thing

     
    Here is what I take to be the top 10 objections to the 50 Best Restaurants. The longer comments below are from emails sent to me by readers. I do get occasional emails, but four or five on the same......
  • A few more Black Friday specials

     
    Gertrude's, I told you, is running a Black Friday Brunch. I asked if any other places were running specials for exhausted shoppers or for folks finding themselves with a day off.Morton's The Steakhouse "likes" its Facebook fans so much that......
  • Diablita Cantina closing?

     
    It looks that way. There's this message, posted Wednesday night, on the restaurant's Facebook page: “11/27/10 Last night for Diablita Cantina. Open from 4pm-2am. All daily drink specials from open to close...... $5 all Margaritas, $10 Pitchers of...
  • Another guest post -- 13 favorite vegetarian items on Baltimore menus

     
    And you thought he was just an indispensable film programmer. Eric Allen Hatch, director of programming at the Maryland Film Festival, is also a vegetarian man about town. He posted the following on his facebook page. With his permission, I......
  • Baltimore Restaurant Week, extended (revised)

     
    Here, now, is a fuller breakdown of Restaurant Week extensions, and a little story to go with it. Yes, some restaurants had planned their extensions all along but not all of them. Last night's snowstorm played a role in some......
  • A Tet menu from Ho Chi Minh City

     
    I am a Facebook fan of a restaurant in Ho Chi Minh City named XU*, which has posted a special menu for Tet, which begins, depending on the source either on February 3, or today, January 31. I'm going to......
  • Social Security is a Ponzi scheme, but privatizing it won't help

    When established in 1935, Social Security made its first payments to Americans age 65. These first recipients never contributed and were paid from contributions made by younger Americans. Those Americans and successive generations believed their...
  • Salted caramel and walnut slices

     
    Serious Eats posted this recipe for salted caramel and walnut slices. The recipe is from a new book, Not Your Mother's Casseroles, by Faith Durand, published by Harvard Common PressI linked it on my Facebook page and it's gone viral.......
  • Dangerously Delicious Pies reopens Tuesday

     
    Dangerously Delicious Pies posted this message on its Facebook page about its Federal Hill location, which has been closed for the month of February.One week until the New Dangerously Delicious Pies and Novelty Haus opens up. March 1st. It's going......
  • 'The Amazing Race' recap: Booking troubles

     
    Bucky reports on tonight's Amazing Race, possibly from his sickbed:OK, tonight’s recap will be shorter than usual, because I’ve got a major case of flu, pneumonia or possibly one of several paramyxoviridae diseases that I’m not sure what...
  • Wildly inappropriate presidential poll matchups

    Wildly inappropriate presidential poll matchups
    The good folks at Public Policy Polling decided to use their valuable time conducting a presidential poll including Charlie Sheen. Yes, he of Adonis DNA and tiger blood.  Even though it's been widely misreported that Sheen won matchups against both...
  • Friday morning talkers: Zuckerberg only eats what he kills

    On weekday mornings, I'll post the most controversial, shocking and (of course) ridiculous stories for your reading pleasure. That way, when you walk into work, you'll be the master of witty conversation. National • Romey, Palin, Paul lead GOP...