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  • Restaurant review: Cazbar rocks

    Restaurant review: Cazbar rocks
    If your only knowledge of Turkish food consists of the confection called "Turkish Delight," you're not alone. While Turkish food isn't well known, you could say the same about Cazbar, a narrow restaurant on Charles Street in Mount Vernon. It was so under...
  • Restaurant review: Lenny's Deli makes the most of Inner Harbor locale

    Restaurant review: Lenny's Deli makes the most of Inner Harbor locale
    Chances are, a deli that's been in business for 26 years has little left to prove. And with a second shop that's survived competition on a stretch of Lombard Street known as Corned Beef Row, it's a fair bet that it belongs in the upper tiers of the...
  • Crab feasts for the summer time

    Crab feasts are pretty easy to put together. The main attraction is the focus of most attention, so appetizers, side dishes and desserts are barely noticed. Of course, there are certain guests who accompany other guests who are either allergic to crabs or...
  • Restaurant review: Cafe Tuscany worth the drive to Westminster

    Restaurant review: Cafe Tuscany worth the drive to Westminster
    Forty-five minutes into the one-hour drive from Baltimore to Cafe Tuscany in Westminster, I'm cursing my editor. With all of the restaurants in Baltimore, why is it necessary to go this far out for Italian food? "This place better be worth it," I said...
  • Tailgating recipe: Meatball subs

    Tailgating recipe: Meatball subs
    It's the Ravens' first home playoff game since 2007, and depending on the outcome of the Denver-New England game, it could be their last home game until next season. So let's make this tailgate count. Since the weather this weekend is predicted to be...
  • Lunch for $10 or Less: An Poitin Stil

    Lunch for $10 or Less: An Poitin Stil
    An Poitin Stil offers the least expensive bison burger I've seen in these parts, at a penny under 10 bucks. I planned to check it out during this trip to the Timonium Irish pub. But then I saw the Backyard BBQ Burger ($8.99). The Backyard offers two...
  • For your good luck

    It’s supposedly good for you to eat pork or cabbage or black-eyed peas at New Year’s, and for my last post of the year I offer you this recipe for “caviar” made with black-eyed peas. It’s a variant of a recipe for the 1970s...
  • Timothy Dean Burger is absolutely, positively open in Largo, we think

    Timothy Dean Burger is absolutely, positively open in Largo, we think
    Timothy Dean Burger is open. I couldn't find a website for the new burger joint, which is at the Boulevard at the Capital Center in Largo. But the opening is featured on the shopping center's website. There's a link to a menu, too. What's on the menu?...
  • Turn to tofu for meatless meals

    Turn to tofu for meatless meals
    During Lent, even those who don't give up beer or Godiva do tend to think about meatless meals. And rightfully so, since going meatless is seen as a sacrifice by many of us. Vegetarians, on the other hand, have been going meatless forever and most seem to...
  • Keeping toasty, inside and out, with fireside menus

    Now that we've had a real taste of winter, and found out we're rather wimpy after all, we can give ourselves over to indoor entertaining with the cold months in mind. Our menus du jour will undoubtedly reflect our goal of fixing tummy warming treats for...
  • Healthy Recipes: Chef Meg's Slow Cooker Vegetable Curry

    Healthy Recipes: Chef Meg's Slow Cooker Vegetable Curry
    Now that Picture of Health has a new blog home, we're restarting our healthy recipe feature. We will gather healthy recipes from magazines, cookbooks and websites and share them with you. We'd also like to hear from you with your recipe ideas. You can e-...
  • Treat yourself to a rich and fragrant soup or chowder

    This everyday busy time of year, this kind of weather — there's no need to make a case for eating soup. Homemade soup, that is. Rich and fragrant, filled with all the goodies you like to use and which, ostensibly, your family likes to eat. And not...