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  • Recipe Finder | Harvey's cheese spread re-created

    Amy Dickman from Owings Mills was hoping someone would have the recipe for the garlic herb cheese that was served with the breadsticks at Harvey's restaurant, which used to be located at Green Spring Station in Baltimore County. The restaurant and its...
  • 'Top Chef' recap, 'Commander's Palace'

    'Top Chef' recap, 'Commander's Palace'
    This week's episode jumped right into this week’s Quickfire Challenge, but with a twist. Padma announces that this will be an elimination QF and that one of them will be on the next flight outta New Orleans in the next few minutes. The...
  • 'Dexter' recap, 'A Little Reflection'

    'Dexter' recap, 'A Little Reflection'
    How would you feel if you were drugged and the last thing you saw before you slid into oblivion was your ex-girlfriend serial killer (who you had put in jail) striding toward you? I think it's safe to say -- not good. Hannah McKay makes quite an...
  • 'Top Chef' recap, 'Rebuilding New Orleans'

    'Top Chef' recap, 'Rebuilding New Orleans'
    Phew! They did it!  They survived week one of "Top Chef," Season 11. Chef Patty was crying over the experience, which didn’t win her any points in chef Stephanie’s book -- she insisted  she’ll only cry when she is kicked off. Hmm,...
  • 'Top Chef' recap, 'Piggin' Out'

    'Top Chef' recap, 'Piggin' Out'
    It’s getting hot in here! Something that we would definitely expect from being in the South is some heat. For this QuickFire Challenge, the chefs are tasked with creating and bottling their own hot sauce in 45 minutes. This challenge proves...
  • Cunningham's of Towson is a big-shouldered restaurant with staying power

    Cunningham's of Towson is a big-shouldered restaurant with staying power
    Cunningham's wants to be a restaurant for all moods and occasions, for anniversary dinners and impromptu weeknight meals. That's no easy trick. The atmosphere has to feel special but not overwhelming, and the food has to be captivating enough for...
  • Counter culture: Choosing the right material

    Counter culture: Choosing the right material
    Today's kitchens are the command center of the home, a place where families and friends gather to share more than just meals. For this reason, spending money on kitchens is still a good idea. Kitchen improvements continue to yield the best return on...
  • Construction breeds concern for Wilde Lake shops

    Construction breeds concern for Wilde Lake shops
    The long-awaited redevelopment of the Wilde Lake Village Center has begun, and community members and business owners can see a brighter future. But for some business owners still operating inside the village center, the sights and sounds of...
  • The Yard swings for the fences

    The Yard swings for the fences
    Over the past year or two, the big hotel chains, Marriott included, have been rethinking and revamping their properties' restaurants. Guiding these redos are several somewhat overlapping ideas, most of which are in play at the Yard, the recently renovated...
  • St. James United Methodist welcomes its new pastor [Marriottsville/Sykesville/Woodstock]

    The congregants of St. James United Methodist Church recently welcomed a new pastor, Katie Saari, who graduated from Wesley Theological Seminary in 2012. Saari hails from Bloomington, Ind., but is excited to be part of this community and eagerly...
  • Beets are back

    Beets are back
    Chef Scott Ryan might be the rare person who did not have a scarring experience with beets as a child. The instructor at Baltimore's Stratford University culinary school was on his honeymoon in Paris when he and his wife packed a picnic that included...
  • Duda's stays current, true to its roots

    Duda's stays current, true to its roots
    When Walter and Pauline Duda opened their eponymous tavern in 1949, Fells Point was an industrial hub, home to waterfront businesses and warehouses. The paving-stone streets are still there and much of the architecture has remained the same, but these...