Displaying items 109-120 of 127 » View baltimoresun.com items only< Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next >
This is one of those unintentionally cool cafes with original artwork created by local artists, loud colors on the walls, a couple of table tops that double as chessboards and an indoor gazebo area. There's also live music or poetry from time to time....
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Sandwiches, Cinnamon, Bagels, Cheese
Though this week's weather may suggest otherwise, the time for winter warmers is upon us. After a few sips of these seasonal spirits, you'll be too tipsy to notice Jack Frost creeping up. MEAD WHAT IS IT? Before beer, before wine, there was mead: the...
Tags: Bars and Clubs, Honey, ABBA (music group), IKEA, Holidays
Metromix.comHave you met the Holiday 'Hood Hounds? They're metromix readers who love exploring their neighborhoods and really know how to get into the holiday spirit--and they've been sharing their inside tips with you for the past three weeks. This is their last...
The Hartford CourantIf your idea of hot chocolate is a brown, watery kid's drink with chalky marshmallows the size of peas, it's time to get with the times. Hot chocolate sales have heated up over the last few years, and adults are largely fueling the craze. John Harney,...
Tags: Middletown, Oprah Winfrey, Marshmallows, Chocolates, Breads
Club Lucky "The holiday season's a big deal for us," says owner Jim Higgins. This year the outside of the 1940s-style Bucktown spot is covered with oversized wreaths and blinking snowflake-shaped lights. Inside, giant, glittering snowflakes hang from...
Staff WriterYes, yes, we know. Your mother told you to stick to three squares and never, ever, to eat between meals. So, maybe it's the thrill of the forbidden that makes an afternoon snack -- sweet or savory -- feel a tiny bit wicked. Here are some of our favorite...
Need a quick holiday fix? Whether your poison is the scent of chestnuts roasting on an open fire or the sound of Christmas carolers, these spots offer shoppers and strollers festive lifts during December. Cold shoppers can catch a free, heated trolley...
A good cup of hot chocolate is the culinary equivalent of a goose-down duvet. Whole milk, gently warmed; obscenely large spoonfuls of ground chocolate or rich, dark syrup; a lickable dollop of real whipped cream. Make that full-fat, thank you very much....
Tags: Butter, Foods and Beverages, Cinnamon, Hamburgers, Ice Cream
Times Staff WriterOaxaca is often called the "land of seven moles" because its residents are so fond of this elaborate dish. But I found much more to taste, from the weird (grasshopper pizza and salt mixed with powdered worms) to the aristocratic (a rose petal sorbet)....
Tags: Pasta, Foods and Beverages, Cinnamon, Almonds, Pizzas
From Mini Coopers to iPod minis to mini skirts, these days we're all pretty obsessed with the small and stylish. For the ultimate in eating cute, try a food flight--a series of delectable bites created around a theme. Check out some of our favorites. The...
Special to The TimesSomewhere buried in an old cupboard is a brittle sheet of newspaper with a photo spread of a 6-year-old boy making s'mores on an outdoor grill. The boy has a burr haircut, wears a grubby Cub Scout uniform and has the chubby cheeks of an avid eater. In the...
Special to The TimesI had almost forgotten what skiing could be like. Three decades after I first set skis to snow, I had grown to accept the epic shuttle rides from parking lots to the slopes, the winding lift lines that seemed to stretch for miles, the $15 bowls of chili...
Oct 1, 2006 |Story| Hampton Roads Daily Press
Nov 29, 2006 |Story| Metromix
Dec 12, 2006 |Story| Metromix
Jan 16, 2003 |Story| Hartford Courant
Dec 2, 2003 |Story| Metromix
Sep 28, 2004 |Story| New York City
Nov 18, 2002 |Story| Metromix
Nov 30, 1999 |Story| Metromix
Apr 7, 2002 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Jun 23, 2004 |Story| Metromix
Jun 20, 2004 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Feb 27, 2005 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Original site for Hot Cocoa topic gallery.