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Mortality is such a downer. No wonder many of us are a perpetual state of denial about death — the approach taken by a young woman given nine months to live at the start of "Linus and Alora," the recent Andrew Irons play at Single Carrot Theatre....
Dining@LargeThe Woodlawn Vase may be leaving the state, but one trophy is staying home. The Undisputed Preakness Pony Pig Out National Eating Champ was Jay "Gormonster" Gorman of Baltimore, whom Baltimore Sun readers met in John-John Williams' March article about.......
Tags: Equestrian, Preakness Stakes
Late last November, Demi showed up, fully formed, on the basement level of Crush, like Athena having just burst out of Zeus' head. It sounded like a trick — that Demi was just a ruse to get overflow diners from Crush to move into an undesirable...
Tribune NewspapersReyna Simnegar's Persian father-in-law flatly refuses to use a knife along with his fork when eating meat. It's a fork and spoon when one is dining in the Persian style, so that meat had better be tender, reports the author of the new Sephardic kosher...
Tags: Tomatoes, Recipes, Parsley, Ginger, Passover Seder
Dining@LargeThroughout Baltimore Beer Week, various area restaurants and brewers are teaming up for special food–beer pairing events. Also, a few restaurants around town are rolling out limited-edition pairing menus this week.The Wine Market sent over theirs, a...
Tags: Restaurants, Ice Cream, Cranberries, Foods and Beverages, Butter
Dining@LargeHey, folks. It's SarahKK, your friendly area food editor, commandeering the blog for a bit. We've been talking on and off about starting a recipe blog, but it hasn't yet come to pass. So for now, we are doing occasional......
Tags: Recipes, Foods and Beverages, Butternut Squash, Soups
Dining@LargeAfter 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......
Dining@LargeJust announced for this year's Preakness InfieldFest - "The Great Preakness Pony Pig Out," which planners are calling the "first-ever race-horse themed eating competition." "Some of America's biggest eating studs" will...compete for the title of...
Tags: Equestrian, Apples, Preakness Stakes
There are vegans, and there are vegetarians. And then there are those of us who dine out with vegetarian and vegan friends, who have been entertained by inspired vegetarian chefs (and lousy ones, too), and who are generally open to the idea of an...
Tags: Clarksville, Zucchini, Vegetarian Diet, Restaurants, Sage
Sandra Lawler was all grown up and had left her Boston home before she realized that not everybody serves lamb on Easter. "I moved to Chicago, and they were serving ham, and I said, 'What is this? Who eats ham for Easter?'" The chef at Baltimore's Feast...
Tags: Tomatoes, Easter, Religious Festivals, Salt, Lamb
It's one thing for a kitchen to get something right. It's another thing to get something so right it becomes another thing altogether. Clementine, 5402 Harford Road, has a reputation for haute-up comfort food. Based on my sole visit, I can report...
Tags: Clarksville, Foods and Beverages, Sandwiches, Cheese, Salads
Dining@LargeI got a press release from P. F. Chang's Chinese Bistro yesterday announcing that the chain has just introduced its first children's menu. It consists of Kid’s Chicken, Kid’s Lo Mein, Kid's Chicken Fried Rice and Baby Buddha’s Feast.This...
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