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  • Supper with asides on Jesus' personality served Wednesdays at Lansdowne churches

    For centuries, people of faith have pondered the question, "Who is Jesus?" If you are one of these truth seekers, Lansdowne's Interfaith Partnership can help you find answers. Every Wednesday throughout this Lenten season, member churches of the...
  • Different& delectable

    Not so long ago, Italian, Chinese and Greek food were considered delicacies. Now they're take-out (and even chain restaurant) fodder, and Baltimore's international dining offerings have expanded to every continent, save Antarctica. (Perhaps that's...
  • Recipe Finder: Milk Noodle Soup

    Carol Conley from Bend, Ore., was looking for a recipe for milk noodle soup like her German grandmother used to make for her when she was a child. Maggie Lauer from Greencastle, Ind., writes about her love of this soup on her blog, the Other Side of 50...
  • The corned beef and cabbage post

     
    A co-worker has asked me for recommendations of places that serve great corned beef and cabbage.Is there such a thing?Don't get me wrong. I like the dish, which I occasionally fix at home as a one-pot boiled dinner with carrots,......
  • Lunch in Iceland

     
    I didn't go into the office yesterday, so I didn't get Lissa's delicious description of lunch in Iceland until late. Here it is. ELI had lunch today at the library in Akureyri, Iceland, 60 miles from the Arctic Circle. Today's......
  • 'Top Chef' -- or is it the 'Today' show?

     
    Hi, it's Mary, and I want to say that I'm really going to try to keep this entry at a reasonable length and not type out every single thing we saw on 'Top Chef: New York' last night. But I......
  • Peter's Inn knows gourmet comfort food

    Peter's Inn knows gourmet comfort food
    I last ate at Peter's Inn in 1993. It was still calling itself a biker's bar, although maybe with a wink, and I described the food as "home-cooked with a little pizazz." A couple of years later, Bud Tiffany and his wife, Karin, who was working in the...
  • Hearty fall fare pleases at Brewer's Art

    Hearty fall fare pleases at Brewer's Art
    If any local fine-dining restaurant has a better shot than another of surviving in this economy, it would be the Brewer's Art in Mount Vernon. My reasoning is simple here. First, when anything is going on at the Lyric or Meyerhoff, the place will be...
  • Ze Mean Bean finds its forte with comfortable Slavic fare

    Ze Mean Bean finds its forte with comfortable Slavic fare
    Sure, the name is annoying. It's a holdover from years ago when Ze Mean Bean Cafe was a coffeehouse, and it really doesn't give you a good idea of what kind of place it is now. Over time, Ze Mean Bean became more of a restaurant, first serving an odd...
  • Maryland on the menu

    When Maryland's first Colonists stepped off the Ark and the Dove, they carried little that would generate gastronomic envy - a bit of salted meat, dried peas and hard biscuits left over from the voyage, and some pigs and cows recently purchased from...
  • Restaurant recipes: Borscht from Paper or Plastik Cafe

    Restaurant recipes: Borscht from Paper or Plastik Cafe
    Dear SOS: In the heat of August, I stopped for lunch at Paper or Plastik Cafe. I had the most amazing cold borscht. It was light and refreshing and full-flavored and, like my bubby's, only distilled down to the essence of borscht. Is there any chance...
  • Why cultivate giant veggies?

    Why cultivate giant veggies?
    One of the joys of gardening is sharing your bounty. Increasingly, though, gardeners are not only providing tomatoes to the people down the street, but entertainment as well — in the form of giant vegetables. Handing out a few beefsteaks is...