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  • Baltimore road crews begin to wrap up salting, plowing

     
    In Baltimore, road crews were starting to wrap up salting and plowing operations, with most roads expected to be done by 11 a.m. “It’s turning into a rain event,” said Adrienne Barnes, a spokeswoman for the city’s Department of...
  • A Baltimore Magazine category challenge

     
    I told you about the "apples to apples" category breakdown in this year's Baltimore Magazine best restaurants issue: fine dining, New American, seafood, urban gourmet, Italian, foreign affairs, tapas and wine bars.Here's a challenge:Which of these...
  • Living in the CSA: Spinach soup recipe

     
    Baltimore Sun's food editor and Reality TV blogger Sarah Kickler Kelber has recently embarked on a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) journey. (Read the introduction here.) Every Wednesday or Thursday, SKK will be posting about her latest CSA haul...
  • Living in the CSA: Cheesy butternut squash and quinoa casserole recipe

     
    This is not exactly a pretty recipe, to say the least. I'd say that most casseroles aren't. But it's tasty and filling -- and it definitely made the "keeper" list in our house. Plus you could easily swap out the......
  • Living in the CSA: BLT frittata recipe

     
    We are getting a dozen eggs a week through the CSA, and for our family of two adults and a toddler, that's a lot. For our first dozen, I made a modified version of this BLT Frittata, which my husband......
  • Living in the CSA: Beet and orange soup recipe

     
    After reading my post last week wondering what to do with beets, Liz from Consuming Interests suggested this recipe, from Dishing Up Maryland (which is an absolutely gorgeous cookbook, by the way), as adapted by the Washington Post. The cookbook......
  • Living in the CSA: Asparagus and bacon on toast

     
    I was still trying to figure out what to do with my asparagus earlier this week when Richard posted a link to this recipe on Facebook, Asparagus and Bacon on Toast.It amuses me that the link gives credit to someone......
  • Living in the CSA: Spaghetti squash with herbs and butter

     
    After a bit of a delay, I'm back with another CSA report. Last week, we were so busy for the weekend that I didn't get to do much experimenting at all. We ended up making a massive batch of vegetable......
  • Dietary Guidelines -- the salt people are wounded

     
    The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for America, "the federal government's evidence-based* nutritional guidance to promote health, reduce the risk of chronic diseases, and reduce the prevalence of overweight and obesity through improved nutrition and physical...
  • Two new f??di events, featuring chefs from Salt and Roy's

     
    A couple of füdi events coming your way. First, the aquarium's Fresh Thoughts sustainable seafood dining series continues on Tuesday, January 25, with a dinner designed by Jason Ambrose, executive chef and owner of Salt in Upper Fells Point. The......
  • Recipe (again): Spinach chips, a healthy option for the new year

     
    Maybe you're totally sick of sugar and ready to start eating better in 2011. I'm definitely the latter, and trying to be the former.As part of my attempts to eat better next year, we're taking part in a CSA, which, of......
  • Strong winds, not snow, affect commute

     
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