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  • Two new restaurants expand options in Old Town

    Two new restaurants expand options in Old Town
    Laurel's restaurant scene has widened its landscape with the addition of two more establishments. One showcases a more intriguing menu, while the other aims to satisfy a sweet tooth. La Mia, at 310 Main St., is in the location that for decades housed...
  • Keep savory strudel in your back pocket

    Even those of us who don't cook regularly tend to dust off those old favorite recipes for the holidays. Others look for something new and different to wow family and friends. Not to panic. Our exercise du jour is to simplify the wow factor. Our recipe...
  • Tailgating recipe: Pesto Salmon and Veggies en Papillote

    Tailgating recipe: Pesto Salmon and Veggies en Papillote
    While the en papillote ("in parchment") method of cooking might sound a little too fancy for tailgating, Mark Graham, in his Dinner Tonight column for the Chicago Tribune, has suggested that it's really nothing more than food wrapped in parchment paper...
  • Restaurant review: Corner Bistro and Wine Bar is cute and homey

    Restaurant review: Corner Bistro and Wine Bar is cute and homey
    The Corner Bistro & Wine Bar is the kind of restaurant you want to tell everyone you know about — not because you want them to experience how great it is for themselves, but because you selfishly want the business to stay open so you can go back...
  • A culinary revelation in the desert

    It just don't get much better than this. Commercially prepared chili fixings are loaded with salt, spices/herbs and (often) other additives and preservatives. Salt desiccates everything and transparent packaging allows the spice mix to oxidize,...
  • Pizzeria plays with (coal) fire

    Coal Fire could be just another pizza joint. But its location — albeit storefront — in the Ellicott City development of Shipley's Grant gives it a certain cachet. So does the fact that the pizzas, which you can see being prepared in the open...
  • Tailgating Recipe: Jerk Chicken Legs with Hellfire Hot Sauce

    Former Baltimorean Steve Raichlen — author of "The Barbecue Bible," "How To Grill" and "Planet Barbeque!" — recently added to his impressive cookbook collection with the release of an eBook titled "Raichlen's Tailgating: 31 Righteous Recipes...
  • Restaurant review: New Joe Squared in Power Plant Live is a hit

    Restaurant review: New Joe Squared in Power Plant Live is a hit
    Since opening in 2005, Joe Squared has been a Baltimore favorite for pizza. With its free live music and a long rum list, the Station North restaurant has won a place in many a hipster's heart. A month ago, Joe Squared opened a second shop at a...
  • Savor & Swirl: From the recipe box of Matt Milani, The Rumor Mill

    Savor & Swirl: From the recipe box of Matt Milani, The Rumor Mill
    Matt Milani, executive chef and owner of Historic Ellicott City’s The Rumor Mill Fusion Bar & Restaurant, agreed to be the first chef to offer his personal recipes for a dish and drink for this new feature in Howard Magazine -- Savor & Swirl. Here&...
  • Lunch for $10 or Less: Dog Bar

    Lunch for $10 or Less: Dog Bar
    The Natty Boh Sausage ($4.59) got picked during this visit to the Dog Bar partly because I'll always choose brats over hot dogs when offered the choice, and partly because, to the extent you are familiar with Dietz & Watson hot dogs, you already know what...
  • Seafood and Sausage, Southern-style

    Seafood and Sausage, Southern-style
    October is one of Mother Nature's finest moments, in theory. Cool, maybe even crisp. Occasionally, some rain. But we best remember the bright, sunny days, and the pleasant evenings, when we can enjoy both the great outdoors and the snug indoors. Indeed,...
  • Restaurant review: Gino's in Towson is worth a try

    Restaurant review: Gino's in Towson is worth a try
    Two decades ago, the last Gino's, in Pasadena, closed — leaving the hungry faithful in search of another burger to replace their beloved Gino's Giant. That is, until former Baltimore Colt Gino Marchetti helped bring back the franchise, starting...