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  • I bet this bug doesn't know the words, either

    It's not unusual for me to see hummingbirds sipping nectar from our plants during the summer months. But when I recently witnessed what I at first believed to be a hovering hummingbird taking nectar from a tiger lily, I had to look twice. Something...
  • Farmers' markets are growing faster than zucchini

    Farmers' markets are growing faster than zucchini
    Anyone who squeezes through a crowded farmers' market knows that now is prime time for locally grown produce. The summer's bounty — sweet corn, squash, eggplant, melons, peaches, berries, tomatoes — has arrived with the intensity of a...
  • Any night's spaghetti night

    Any night's spaghetti night
    Although it should be against the law to start classes before Labor Day, summer is over for most families here in the Free State. While the lunar calendar affords us a few more weeks until the autumnal equinox, the school calendar forces us to get back to...
  • Restaurant review: The stars align on a Fells Point rooftop

    Restaurant review: The stars align on a Fells Point rooftop
    The view from the Olive Room, the serenely seductive new penthouse restaurant at the Inn at the Black Olive, dazzles you senseless. Suddenly, Baltimore, seen from this fresh angle, looks like a European port city, vibrant and jagged, a starry skyline...
  • Nothin' says lovin' like pasta from the oven

    Nothin' says lovin' like pasta from the oven
    Whatever Punxsutawny Phil predicts today, we can rest assured that there's more cold weather ahead. And, as we all know, cold weather calls for comfort food. Actually, any excuse for comfort food will do, but setting out to prepare tummy-warming fuel...
  • Recipe Finder: Beef and mushroom ratatouille

    Carol Newman from Crofton was searching for a beef ratatouille recipe that she said was in the manual that came with her Sunbeam Le Chef food processor many years ago. She said it was made with thinly sliced beef, eggplant, mushrooms and zucchini....
  • Spicy Vegetarian Chili for the Super Bowl

     
    Under an earlier post on the best chili in town, Mary Roby offered to share her spicy vegetarian chili recipe if folks were interested. I told her I would publish it if she sent me a photo of the chili......
  • Top 10 Greatest Food Sins in the Workplace

     
    Professor McIntyre came up with such a good Top 10 Tuesday topic that I think he ought to take over the feature. Probably that's not going to happen. Today, boys and girls, we're discussing the Top 10 Greatest Food Sins......
  • Cafe Troia expands menu to match larger restaurant space

    Cafe Troia expands menu to match larger restaurant space
    Cafe Troia has always been something of an anomaly in Towson, a white-tablecloth restaurant that has managed to survive, even flourish, for 23 years. These are scary times to deviate from the "if it ain't broke" dictum, but when their landlord decided to...
  • Recipe: Zucchini, feta and basil frittata

    Recipe: Zucchini, feta and basil frittata
    Total time: 50 minutes Servings: Makes 8 medium or 30 mini frittatas 3 medium or 4 small zucchini 2 large eggs, separated 1 1/3 cups coarsely grated feta cheese 1/4 cup chopped green onions 1/2 cup flour (or slightly more if necessary) 1/2 teaspoon...
  • Recipe: Turkey in a bag with Molly's Passover vegetable stuffing

    Recipe: Turkey in a bag with Molly's Passover vegetable stuffing
      Active work time: 15 minutes Total preparation time: 4 hours 1 (15-to 20-pound) turkey Molly's Passover vegetable stuffing, cooled 1/4 cup oil 1 cup apricot preserves Salt Freshly ground black pepper Heat the oven to 325 degrees. Clean the...
  • Still feeling that garden glow

    Still feeling that garden glow
    The faded newspaper clipping shows a small girl with a wide smile, holding a gigantic head of lettuce. The girl is me, in 1964. The lettuce was a prize-winning product of my first elementary school garden. That ancient photo — emailed to me this...