Food is often divided into "good" and "bad" categories. But some foods are truly dangerous. These foods contain toxins, are prone to bacteria, or have physical properties that make them hazardous if not prepared properly.
Eight Maryland watermen are poised to trawl for shrimp off Ocean City after the state launched a pilot for a commercial shrimp fishery. More and more of the crustaceans are being found farther north off the Atlantic coast as the ocean warms as a result of climate change.
Blends are particularly popular in Virginia. A tasting of Virginia’s meritage-style blends showed a stylistic contrast we found intriguing. All of the wines were made using the classic five red Bordeaux grapes.
Are all these deep fried, on-a-stick foods actually good to eat? That depends. Some are and some aren’t. Some are brilliant juxtapositions of flavor and texture; others are simply not a good idea. One thing is sure, though: Every one of them is fun to try.