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  • Roy Yamaguchi is in town tonight

     
    Sorry for the late notice. I was sitting on this information. I sat too long.Roy's Restaurant founder Roy Yamaguchi is in town tonight. He'll be teaming up with local chefs to produced a five course, fixed-price ($75) dinner at Roy's.......
  • 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......
  • 'Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution:' Attack of the killer tomato?

     
    Guest blogger Amanda here:I'm back with more observations and recaps from episode two of "Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution," in which Oliver's back for more punishment dished out by Los Angeles administrators.--When the episode begins, the earnest Oliver is...
  • New book: Tomatoland

     
    I've been seeing a bunch of coverage today of this Barry Estabrook's new book: Tomatoland: How Modern Industrial Agriculture Destroyed Our Most Alluring Fruit.Estabrook authors the Politics of the Plate blog and wrote the James Beard Award-winning article...
  • Fall menus -- the first harvest

     
    I will post these new menus as they come in, in amber waves of grain. In some cases, the restaurants have menus posted on their websites. I really do think that one other restaurant had sent me their Fall menu......
  • Top Ten summer foods I'm going to miss

     
    It was great having the day off Monday, but did it really have to be Labor Day already? Did the young woman who minds one of my favorite little farm stands -- a truck, actually, parked outside the Catonsville library......
  • Bryan Voltaggio, ballpark concessionaire

     
    Molecular gastronomy met the ballpark masses in Frederick Tuesday night as former "Top Chef" contestant Bryan Voltaggio played stadium concessionaire during a Frederick Keys game at Harry Grove Baseball Stadium. Voltaggio, who threw out a respectable...
  • Purslane recipes

     
    After blogging about purslane last week, then writing a story about the edible weed for this week's Taste section, I figured it was time to actually eat the stuff.I'd had a nibble in the garden when I first figured out......
  • Waverly Market report

     
    With our usual Saturday farmers' market correspondent away at the shore, BaltimoreGal of BaltimoreGalblog graciously agreed to check out Waverly this week. Sounds like she had a great time. Here's BaltimoreGal. LV It was a gorgeous day at the market......
  • Top 10 Even More Unusual Ice Cream Flavors

     
    Earlier this summer, I posted a list of Top Ten unusual ice cream flavors. I thought I'd pretty much covered it all, from sweet cucumber ice cream at Dominion to savory tomato-fennel "dipping dots" at Volt. But in the......
  • Volt celebrates heirloom tomato at festival Sunday

     
    Adoration of the heirloom tomato may reach its peak Sunday, when people shell out $50 for the Heirloom Tomato Festival put on by Volt restaurant."Delight in a tasting of over 40 varieties of organic heirloom tomatoes, view chef demonstrations, partake.......
  • Another tomato tasting. One more, and we'll have a trend

     
    It's official: the era of the tomato tasting is upon us.First Volt put one on. Now Homestead Gardens is putting one on as part of a the Annapolis Tomato Festival, which takes place Saturday from noon to 6 p.m. at......