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  • Restaurant review: Raise a glass — not a fork — at One-Eyed Mike's

    Restaurant review: Raise a glass — not a fork — at One-Eyed Mike's
    It was a roaring hot day, and the dark, cozy bar and dining room inside One-Eyed Mike's was packed. "It's an hour wait if you want to be seated inside," a bartender said. "We can seat you immediately outside." That was fine with us — the dining...
  • Table Talk: New chef comes to B Bistro in Bolton Hill

    Table Talk: New chef comes to B Bistro in Bolton Hill
    B in Bolton Hill has a new executive chef. Chris Clune came on board March 1 but took over the kitchen for real on March 21. For now, Clune will be happily executing the menu put in place by departing executive chef Jamie Forsythe, who stayed around...
  • Healthy Recipes: Penne with Asparagus and Bacon

    Healthy Recipes: Penne with Asparagus and Bacon
    This week's recipe is from Weight Watchers. Seems like a good recipe to make in a big batch and eat on all week. I know I love leftovers for lunch. If you have a healthy recipe you'd like to share please e-mail me at andrea.walker@baltsun.com.  1...
  • Brewer's Art pours forth its spring menu

    Brewer's Art pours forth its spring menu
    The Brewer's Art reveals its spring menu on Wednesday night, and Chef David Newman is taking the season very seriously. You want spring? How about gnocchi filled with stinging-nettle ricotta and morel ricotta, served with fava beans, peas and cipollini...
  • 'Top Chef': Eels and peels, fishes and dishes

     
    It's Maryann helming the Top Chef ship this week, and I have to warn you -- no photos this week, as the Bravo Web geeks have gotten stingy. No matter -- we don't need no stinking photos! We have the......
  • Saturday supper with the Larges

     
    Faithful readers will remember that in January I bought a can of Baugher's locally canned peaches when I was in the winter doldrums. I don't think I've bought canned fruit in a hundred years because there are so many varieties......
  • Local asparagus, market packs, a new market and more

     
    I ran over to the Waverly Farmers Market when it opened this morning because I needed a loaf of bread. I don't get over there in the winter as much as I ought to, even though it's open all year.......
  • The end of the asparagus and other horror tales

     
    If I die before my time, it will be at 7 a.m. on a Saturday in the Waverly Market parking lot. I've got to remember to park on the street. Those early morning shoppers are crazed. Also they can't drive.......
  • What I did on my summer vacation, part two

     
    Retired in Elkridge is the second regular in the space of a couple of days to send me details of his trip at summer's end. (See also Hal Laurent's, posted yesterday.) I know some of you don't like me to......
  • Foo Fighters food fight

     
    It's the night before Thanksgiving, and I'm watching Top Chef by myself this week. (Mary went home for T-Day. She'll pitch in later.)I've been looking forward to this episode since last week's teaser. This week's episode gets an A --......
  • In Harbor East, fresh sushi comes with loud, loud music

    In Harbor East, fresh sushi comes with loud, loud music
    There are two kinds of people who shouldn't even consider eating at the new RA Sushi in Harbor East: Those who take their sushi seriously, and those who don't like really loud, throbbing rock 'n' roll music while they eat. In fact, if you fall into...
  • Dining for $25 or less: Grill Art Cafe

    Dining for $25 or less: Grill Art Cafe
    Grill Art Cafe is Hampden's little restaurant that could. The early days at this handsome cafe were awfully rough, with service problems enduring well past the grace period most diners extend to a new restaurant. Grill Art has hung in there, though -...