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  • Grillfire offers comfort food in a 'rustic' setting

    Grillfire offers comfort food in a 'rustic' setting
    While it's certainly true that there's no place like home, it behooves us now and then to venture out of "Harrid Cownee" and see what's happening elsewhere. Which is why we recently ventured into Anne Arundel County, to check out how the new casino is...
  • Appetizers are stars for summer gatherings

    Appetizers are stars for summer gatherings
    We tend to think of the winter holidays as a time to create appetizers for those cocktail parties we like to host. But spring and summer have their appetizing merits, too. Casual outdoor-indoor get-togethers – for graduations, showers, even...
  • Salmonella alert: Frozen frozen raw yellowfin tuna recalled

     
    Moon Marine USA Corp is recalling 58,828 pounds of frozen raw yellowfin tuna product labeled as Nakaochi Scrape AA or AAA. The tuna is associated with a multistate outbreak of salmonella bareilly infections. Nakaochi Scrape is tuna backmeat, which is...
  • Sushi Linked to Multi-State Salmonella Outbreak, Including PA

    Sushi Linked to Multi-State Salmonella Outbreak, Including PA
    Moon Marine USA Corporation (also known as MMI) of Cupertino, Calif. is voluntarily recalling 58,828 lbs of a frozen raw yellowfin tuna product, labeled as Nakaochi Scrape AA or AAA. Nakaochi Scrape is tuna backmeat, which is specifically scraped off from...
  • Conserving locally caught tuna, Italian style

    Improbable as it may have seemed a few years ago, canned tuna is one of the hottest ingredients around today. Good quality stuff, of course, not lunchbox fare. Imported from Spain or Italy, it can sell for as much as $50 a pound. And if it's ventresca,...