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  • Icky or delicious? Maryland's complicated relationship with soft-shell crabs

    Icky or delicious? Maryland's complicated relationship with soft-shell crabs
    Third in a three-part series. There's no denying that soft-shell crabs are a little weird. They're slimy and slippery when raw. Cooked in a sandwich, their spindly legs and grabby claws poke out from the slices of bread and make some people wonder,...
  • Celebrate summer with these innovative salads

    Celebrate summer with these innovative salads
    Nothing says summer like a fresh salad served al fresco. Pack your picnic basket with a bottle of wine, a fresh baguette and one of these summery salads, favorites of local chefs. From a simple concoction of crab and cantaloupe to an intriguing mix of...
  • Joy Umansky, baker

    Joy Umansky, baker
    Joy Umansky, chief baker at the Dorothea's Breads business she co-owned for a decade, died May 11 at Gilchrist Hospice Care of complications from a fractured hip. She was 85 and lived in Pikesville. Born Margaret Joy Ward-Walker in Birmingham, England,...
  • Meet Chris Ford, executive pastry chef at Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore

    Meet Chris Ford, executive pastry chef at Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore
    In the past few years, pastry crazes have managed to bring out the sweet tooth in just about everybody. Perhaps the fads are owed to the emergence of reality shows such as "D.C. Cupcakes," "The Cupcake Girls," "Cupcake Wars," .... and you get the idea....
  • Tales of a British housewife in Howard County

    Tales of a British housewife in Howard County
    Howard County really is nothing at all like my home back in the U.K., all things considered. My family and I are what’s known as “expats,” and we’re fairly British in our politics, behaviors and spelling, but that doesn’t...
  • If Harbor Point is so hot, why the need for city investment?

    If Harbor Point is so hot, why the need for city investment?
    The mayor of Baltimore does not want to be on the wrong side of history this time, so she fully supports $107 million in tax increment financing to aid the development of Harbor Point, that big slab of old, chromium-saturated land adjacent to Harbor...
  • Recipe: Crabby Fried Green Tomatoes

    Recipe: Crabby Fried Green Tomatoes
    Jumbo Lump Crab Cake Ingredients: •    4 pounds fresh jumbo lump crabmeat •    Approximately 35 finely ground Saltine crackers •    1/4 cup fresh chopped parsley •    3-4 eggs, beaten •    1 cup heavy mayonnaise •    2...
  • Jessica Anya Blau's third novel updates 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'

    Jessica Anya Blau's third novel updates 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'
    Talk about tumbling down the rabbit hole. Jessica Anya Blau is the Baltimore author who memorably mined her experience growing up in a freewheeling bohemian family in her first two novels, "The Year of Naked Swim Parties" and "Drinking Closer to Home."...
  • Manor Woods' Girls on the Run hit the track for a good cause [West Friendship]

    Manor Woods Elementary school nurse Lynette Winde calls them awesome. Teacher Lorraine Ridge finds them simply dazzling. And Samantha Kieley, who coaches these kids, couldn't be prouder. Who are these marvels? Thirteen third through fifth grade students...
  • 'Easier' driving test brings more traffic to Bel Air

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, May 16, 1963: Harford County officials who were previously promised that the weekend traffic in Bel Air, caused by scheduled weekly driver's tests, would come to an end, were unhappy 50 years ago...
  • Labor official brings minimum-wage push to Baltimore

    Labor official brings minimum-wage push to Baltimore
    The fight over the federal minimum wage is coming to Baltimore. The head of the U.S. Department of Labor plans to swing into town Tuesday to talk to low-wage workers about how they make — or don't make — ends meet. Seth D. Harris, the agency'...
  • Professional service and well-executed dishes at The Ale House Columbia

    Professional service and well-executed dishes at The Ale House Columbia
    Driving past The Ale House Columbia on a warm Thursday evening, the first thing we noticed was the crowded patio; it looked fun. The second thing we noticed was the valet. Valet parking isn't an unusual sight outside a busy restaurant, but this was...