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  • Maryland State Fair: Food beyond the Midway

    You'll have no trouble finding food at the Maryland State Fair. Some of it is still walking around on hooves, granted. But once you're on the Midway, you'd have trouble swinging a test-your-strength mallet without hitting a stand selling corn dogs,...
  • 'Entourage' recap: Drama on top

    'Entourage' recap: Drama on top
    The Chase brother worth rooting for — no, not the handsome one with the blank look stapled to his face — will finally get his payday. With the help of Andrew Dice Clay, Johnny Drama stood up to the network and made them cave to their actors'...
  • Secrets of the Jersey shore

    Who knew the serene beaches in Cape May County, N.J. – The Jersey Cape — are laden with downy white sand that rivals the sugar-sand beaches on exotic tropical islands? You don't learn this stuff from watching Snooki and her gang, who hang...
  • Michael Phelps' coach offers swimming -- and baking -- tips

    Michael Phelps' coach offers swimming -- and baking -- tips
    One would expect Michael Phelps' coach Bob Bowman to know how to trim seconds from a race and how to perfect the butterfly stroke. But that's not all the famed swim coach is good for. He's got culinary advice too. Fellow swim coach Fernando Buenrostro...
  • Table Talk: Baltimore restaurants offer unsinkable Titantic dinners

    Table Talk: Baltimore restaurants offer unsinkable Titantic dinners
    It's Titanic time. As the world pauses to remember the great calamity of April 14-15, 1912, two area restaurants are re-creating the last meal — or at least some aspects of it — for the 100th anniversary. Langermann's in Canton is offering a...
  • Bankruptcy judge says he will approve Tribune Co. restructuring

    Bankruptcy judge says he will approve Tribune Co. restructuring
    After more than 31/2 years of bitter legal conflict, the judge in Tribune Co.'s bankruptcy case said he would approve a plan to transfer ownership of the Chicago media company to a group of hedge funds and banks based in Los Angeles and New York. But...
  • Dangerously Delicious Pies' Rodney Henry on Chopped tomorrow

    Dangerously Delicious Pies' Rodney Henry on Chopped tomorrow
    Rodney Henry, the founder and frontman of Dangerously Delicious Pies, competed on the Food Network's "Chopped" on Sunday night. New episodes typically debut on Tuesday night; the Sunday night airing was a bit of a Food Network departure. Henry's episode,...
  • Baltimore-inspired restaurant Lake Trout opens in New York

    Baltimore-inspired restaurant Lake Trout opens in New York
    Baltimore-inspired restaurant named Lake Trout is set to open Wednesday on Havemeyer Street in Brooklyn, N.Y.  The star of the menu is an iconic Baltimore sandwich, and the walls are decorated with enlargements of 70s-era Orioles, Colts and Bullets...
  • Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Resort announces Third Crab Week

    Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Resort announces Third Crab Week
    Crab travelers, take note. The Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay has announced plans for its Third Annual Crab Week, scheduled for Aug 17-31. Highlights of the two-week promotion include a barbecue and crab feast on Aug.  18, daily crab-catching and crab-...
  • Stuffed: 6 mega meals at Howard County restaurants

    Stuffed: 6 mega meals at Howard County restaurants
    Sean Brown and Doug Jones were brainstorming ideas for a signature burger to add to the menu at Players Bar & Grill in Woodstock when Brown, the restaurant's general manager, threw out a crazy idea. "We were trying to figure out what we could put on a...
  • AACC students run makeshift restaurants

    AACC students run makeshift restaurants
    Anne Arundel Community College culinary arts student Lynn Brown said that while growing up in Washington, he would watch his mother prepare dishes that she ultimately taught him to cook. Then one day, he said, his mother virtually stopped cooking, all...
  • Commentary: Still star struck after all these years

    Some habits are hard to break. While most of mine are beneficial or out of necessity, such as locking my car doors no matter where I go or carrying my purse pretty much everywhere, others are because I just love it too much. The consequence of...