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The Baltimore SunWhat does Baltimore have in common with Portland, Ore., Seattle and Charlotte, N.C.? Each one has been named a 'Top Banana City.' These cities, apparently, have a disproportionately large percentage of banana-loving residents. That's according to the...
The Chameleon seems to slither on and off of people's radar. For one thing, folks confuse it with Clementine, just a mile to the north. And while Chameleon doesn't actively shun publicity, it does tend to keep quieter than some of the other restaurants...
An article in the July 29, 1911 edition of The Argus reported fear of an impending storm may have caused the death of a woman traveling with her son. Hastening home with her little boy to escape the storm Friday evening of last week, Mrs. Uriah Guy,...
The NFL owners and players have a few final hurdles to clear before labor peace is reached, but Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs thinks it is "ridiculous" that the two sides have yet to agree on a new collective bargaining agreement. He didn’t...
Does it cost more to eat nutritious food? A University of Washington researcher found that customers who spent the most on their groceries were most likely to come close to meeting the federal Food and Drug Administration's recommended nutrition...
The Baltimore SunSee a retractable kitchen island, controlled with an iPhone. Find out who said, "I'm barely interested in food....I love food but I don't like to talk about it very long." Also, Bananas Foster injures four at Florida restaurant, and Eli discovers an...
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The hottest table in Baltimore isn't in Baltimore. It's Volt in Frederick. Credit the recent spike in interest to owner/chef Bryan Voltaggio's success on Bravo's "Top Chef" reality show. Suddenly, it's impossible to get a reservation on a weekend...
Dining@LargeMegan is looking for a place that has bananas Foster on its menu. The only two restaurants I can think of, and dessert menus can change any time, are Louisiana and Rusty Scupper. Rusty Scupper actually has a bananas Foster......
Dining@LargeMy earlier post on bananas Foster inspired Donna Beth Joy Shapiro to write me about the various ways waiters used to entertain us at the table. The most obvious one is Caesar salad. When it was the It salad, it......
Reality CheckHey gang, Liz and Justine here again for another week of Top Chef recapping. We're getting down to the wire. Only seven cheftestants remain after last week's much-anticipated Restaurant Wars episode. Everyone seems pretty nervous in the previews for this....
Dining@LargeRobert of Cross Keys has made my day, maybe my week, with this fine guest post. My Pikesville source, a guy who tells my husband about restaurants to pass on to me, has been going on for a couple of......
Dining@LargeThe cake we had recently at Stoney River Legendary Steaks inspired this Top 10 Tuesday. It cost $11, which shocked me until I saw the slice, which was roughly the size of Manhattan. Four of us didn't come close to......
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