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  • Salad days for chopped salads

    Salad days for chopped salads
    Paul Newman thought it should be eaten with a spoon. Baltimore restaurant owner Sascha Wolhandler calls it "a fabulous amalgam of flavor in every bite." It's the chopped salad, and it's having a field day in Baltimore. A chopped salad featured on the...
  • Tequila makes a spirited contribution to dinner

    Tequila makes a spirited contribution to dinner
    Tequila is a colorless, sometimes straw-colored liquor made by fermenting, then distilling, the sweet sap of the agave plant (a durable, long-lived cactus, also known as the century plant). It originated in Tequila, Mexico. Hence the name. While...
  • On East Monument Street, business in a hole

    On East Monument Street, business in a hole
    Kenneth Lyles, a barber at the Total Male on East Monument Street, described the devastating scene: a loud bang on the street that sounded like the passing tow truck had hit something and then a deep hole in the pavement opening quickly, peeling down away...
  • Celebrate the Ravens with a Big Easy-influenced Super Bowl party

    Celebrate the Ravens with a Big Easy-influenced Super Bowl party
    Are you ready for some gumbo? At 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, February 3, when the Ravens take on the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII, much of Baltimore will be watching, either from their stadium seats in New Orleans or here at home. Ravens fans not...
  • Soccer fan from Algeria embraces American football and Ravens

    Soccer fan from Algeria embraces American football and Ravens
    When last we checked in with Mustapha Snoussi, the Algerian-born owner of Mount Washington's Crepe du Jour was buying a big-screen TV in 2010 and opening his restaurant early on June mornings to watch his first love in sports, World Cup soccer. Now,...
  • 'Top Chef Seattle' recap, episode 12, Wolfgang Clucks

    'Top Chef Seattle' recap, episode 12, Wolfgang Clucks
    Sheldon is thrilled with his back-to-back wins and that he is "one step closer for a better future for myself and a brighter future for my family." Josie, on the other hand, is wiping away tears as she justifies her throwing-Kristen-under-the-bus...
  • 'Top Chef Seattle' recap, Past suppers

    'Top Chef Seattle' recap, Past suppers
    [Pre-recap recap: Last week, the chefs dug up their own oysters, Micah won the Quickfire, the Rat City Roller Girls had a "Top Chef"-catered skating party, Padma wowed us with her roller disco moves, Josie got on everyone’s last nerve, team Brooke/...
  • Healthy Recipes: butternut squash chicken salad

    Healthy Recipes: butternut squash chicken salad
    Now that we have gorged ourselves on holiday meals, it's time to get back to healthy eating. The latest healthy recipe comes from Jay Wilson, senior program director at the Dancel Family Center Y in Ellicott City. It is butternut squash chicken salad....
  • Artifact Coffee, by night, mellows into its glory

    Artifact Coffee, by night, mellows into its glory
    Artifact Coffee, Amy and Spike Gjerdes' follow-up to their acclaimed Woodberry Kitchen, has been growing on me. In the span of eight days, I had two of my favorite restaurant entrees of the past year at Artifact Coffee. The first night was a 12-hour...
  • Johnny's aims for the everyday

    Johnny's aims for the everyday
    Foreman Wolf wants Johnny's to be an everyday destination for the folks of Roland Park, a place they can show up at, on a whim, for breakfast, lunch or dinner. And they have been. Johnny's is the fifth restaurant from Baltimore restaurateurs Tony Foreman...
  • Bluegrass hitting its stride

    Bluegrass hitting its stride
    I loved Bluegrass when it opened in 2010, but I loved it even more on a recent visit because it seems to have hit its stride. Some of the improvement at Bluegrass has been from the natural mellowing that happens with good materials. Some of it has been...
  • My Thai gets a happy new start

    My Thai gets a happy new start
    My Thai's first run wasn't very long — just over three years — but its good, clean Thai food found a following. When its first home was destroyed by a fire in December 2010, we wondered when and where the owners, Varattaya "Pui" and Brad...