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  • Rooting for creative side dishes with carbs on Thanksgiving

    For many of us, cranking out Thanksgiving dinner is like being the chef at a restaurant whose menu never, ever changes. And that's fine, we guess. But sometimes the family cook dreams of shaking things up a bit. Of course, the turkey is – you should pardon the expression – the sacred cow. It ill behooves you to mess with it. Oh, you may have tried deep-frying it, or brining it, but you were probably roundly scolded for trying to "sabotage" your family.
  • Thanksgiving turkey leftovers again? Plan on it

    Dad could carve slices from a turkey so thin you could almost see through them. The idea, of course, was to feed a crowd, and to have leftovers for those all-important turkey sandwiches (hot and cold) and turkey soup. Such surgical skills are clearly...

    Liver and onions dinner recalls old times in Baltimore

    Liver and onions dinner recalls old times in Baltimore
    "Liver and onions — the poor man's gourmet delight." — Stevens Bunker, retired Baltimore sea dog The taste sensation of beef liver is like licking a piece of smooth, shiny metal. To the bite, the texture is akin to corduroy — wide...

    Tender is the brisket

    Reyna 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...

    New German restaurant opens in Little Italy

     
    A new German restaurant and pastry shop opened this weekend in the Little Italy restaurant space on the corner of High Street and Eastern Avenue. Most recently Tapabar was here. The Diner, as it's called, will be open seven days...