On Sept. 18, Wegmans will open its eighth Maryland store at Foundry Row, a new 350,000-square-foot retail center at the intersection of Reisterstown and Painters Mill roads, previous home of Solo Cup's manufacturing site.
The buffet brunch, which will meet capacity at 150 patrons, will feature dishes created by Blue Bistro Restaurant, crafted from ingredients grown or baked by more than ten of the Farmers' Market producers. Menu items include Evermore Farm sausage and gravy over JeannieBird Baking Company biscuits as well as French toast made from Old Valley Farm artisan bread and topped with fruit from Orchard Company. The coffee will be freshly brewed by Furnace Hills Coffee Company. Even the centerpieces will
"Sunset Salad" comes from a recipe booklet, "Joys of Jell-O," published by the General Foods Corp., one of the free recipe booklets that were commonly produced by many of the larger food companies in the '50s, '60s and '70s.
The ocean, beach and mountains may be appealing vacation spots, but they¿re also hours away. Why travel when you can have just as much fun here in Howard County? We put together four weekend ¿staycation¿ ideas for everyone from the thrill seeker to wine connoisseur that could make you forget, at least for a weekend, you live right around the corner.
This recipe, like many other breakfast casseroles, has bread as the base. But unlike the more typical strata-type casserole in which the eggs and liquids are mixed into the bread and baked altogether, the bread is used as a nest for the eggs.
In his first solo cookbook, ¿Home,¿ local food superstar Bryan Voltaggio highlights the Mid-Atlantic cuisine of his youth, turning his creative precision to classic dishes using regional ingredients. This asparagus-and-barley dish, which appears in the book and is also on the menu at Aggio, Voltaggio¿s Italian restaurant in Power Plant Live!, welcomes spring in Maryland with the fresh flavors of white and green asparagus.
After surviving last week's elimination against Melissa, "Top Chef" finalist Mei uses one of the most overused phrases in reality show history: "S--t just got real." That¿s what happens when you¿ve been in front of a camera for a long period of time. Actually, she¿s just upset that she was nearly sent home.
The world of flavor seems fickle sometimes. One minute, everyone's talking about chipotle. The next, they've moved on to Sriracha. This year, according to Hunt Valley-based McCormick & Company, it'll be Japanese and Middle Eastern spices setting everyone's tongues ablaze.