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  • For Easter lamb, it's game over

    For Easter lamb, it's game over
    Sandra Lawler was all grown up and had left her Boston home before she realized that not everybody serves lamb on Easter. "I moved to Chicago, and they were serving ham, and I said, 'What is this? Who eats ham for Easter?'" The chef at Baltimore's Feast...
  • Adventures in Korean dining in Howard County

    Adventures in Korean dining in Howard County
    Our first forays into Korean dining taught us some valuable lessons: Expect the unexpected, and don't be surprised if the wait staff doesn't speak fluent English. Be patient, open-minded and -- most of all -- enjoy the food, because it's delicious. Oh,...
  • Restaurant review: Level keeps its small plates local

    Restaurant review: Level keeps its small plates local
    "Level, a small plates lounge" is the formal name of a terrific little restaurant in the heart of Annapolis. Open since October 2009, Level hasn't been exactly languishing in obscurity; multiple awards and commendations have come its way, and it's earned...
  • No plain vanilla here

    No plain vanilla here
    Forget waffle cones and parfait glasses. Ice cream gets served these days atop hunks of pork belly. Amid pools of gazpacho. Alongside chicken Parm. The frozen confection has gone over to the dinner side of the menu, with savory tastes like tomato-...
  • Restaurant Review: Ikaros serves more than just comfort

    Restaurant Review: Ikaros serves more than just comfort
    The Kohilas family has been operating Ikaros at the same Greektown address since 1969. That's a very long run for any restaurant, especially a family-owned and -operated establishment. Ikaros is truly beloved by its patrons, who loudly sing the praises of...
  • Lunch review: Maiwand Kabob spices up the suburbs

    Lunch review: Maiwand Kabob spices up the suburbs
    If you're pressed for time but looking for a sit-down lunch, Maiwand Kabob in Columbia is worth a look — provided you're in the neighborhood. The Afghan restaurant, which has other locations in Arundel Mills and Linthicum, is across the parking...
  • Recipe: Glorious Wings

    Glorious Wings Makes: 10 servings 20 chicken wings, cut into separate pieces – discarding the wing tips is optional (but it makes it easier to cook) 4 cups vegetable oil 1 tablespoon salt 1 tablespoon pepper 1 tablespoon Old Bay seasoning 1...
  • Lunch review: Amicci's has neighborhood dining down pat

    Lunch review: Amicci's has neighborhood dining down pat
    What does it take to remain standing for two decades as a neighborhood restaurant? Well, presumably you have the top three keys — location, location, location — covered if you're actually in the neighborhood. But what if your neighborhood is...
  • Two Boots finding its footing

    Two Boots finding its footing
    Two Boots, the fun New York-based restaurant serving spicy Italian and Cajun food, has come to Baltimore. One location is open in Power Plant Live, across from Port Discovery, and the second is expected to open by December near the Maryland Institute...
  • Restaurant review: Bigger isn't necessarily better at new Grano

    Restaurant review: Bigger isn't necessarily better at new Grano
    Grano Pasta Bar, the popular and often-crowded Italian restaurant in Hampden known for its fantastic pasta, recently opened a second, larger location. Grano, also known as Big Grano, is a few blocks away in a former tea room. With the larger location...
  • Restaurant review: Caesar's Den continues to do the standards well

    Restaurant review: Caesar's Den continues to do the standards well
    Caesar's Den feels like the old Little Italy. The owners live upstairs, just as at other restaurants. The main dining room is cozy and comfortable, tables are set with white cloths and the serving staff is dressed in semiformal attire: white shirts and...
  • Lunch review: Smart service, satisfying food at Dogwood

    Lunch review: Smart service, satisfying food at Dogwood
    The garish primary school-mural motif greets you at the top of the wheelchair-accessible entryway that slopes down into and festoons the far more serious countenance of the dining room. There, the mingling primary colors, industrial ceiling fixtures,...