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  • Kudos to Cinghiale and more on the imaginary restaurant

     
    The September Bon Appetit is its 15th annual restaurant issue. In a story on the best Italian food in America, Baltimore's Cinghiale is featured for its wild mushroom crostini and fresh artichoke and white bean crostini (recipes included).Of course, I.......
  • Has Dining@Large affected my reviewing style?

     
    Under Monday Morning Quarterbacking, Robert (the single one) had this to say:As I was reading your review and got to the end of paragraph 3, it occurred to me that maybe the Sandbox conversational style has found its way into......
  • Extra! Extra! Read all about them: deals at restaurants

     
    Now reopened after a summer vacation, Three... in the Patterson Park area is making some changes. Michael Harmel, one of the owners, answered the phone when I called yesterday and said the changes would make Three... friendlier and more of......
  • Bistro Blanc and the mysterious enonomic wine-tasting machine

     
    I turned in my Table Talk for next week yesterday, in which I talk about the mysterious Bistro Blanc. It's not so mysterious anymore, after Chef Marc Dixon called me. (I guess someone told him about my original post.)Suddenly Bistro......
  • Cooking with cheap wine

     
    I walked into Eddie's last night with a hankering for chicken cooked in wine. I didn't have any chicken and I didn't have an open bottle of wine, so on impulse I stopped on the liquor side and asked the......
  • Fells Point getting more focused on wine

     
    Midnight Sun Sam tells me Kooper's Tavern is making some changes to become a more wine-centric place (something he felt Fells Point didn't have enough of before). That, of course, is just one example of a mini-trend, with places like Alexander's Tavern...
  • Wine boutique now open Sundays

     
    This afternoon Midnight Sun Sam and I were talking about the fact that Bin 604 in Harbor East has just gotten its Class BD-7 beer, wine and liquor license (so that it can stay open Sundays), and whether that would......
  • What else you can do with aromatic bitters

     
    What do you do when your basement floods? You go to the liquor store, of course. I don't know if everyone's basement in Baltimore flooded or whether they knew winter was coming so the only thing to do was to......
  • Eating out is better than sitting home worrying

     
    Ed Scherer, the owner of Helen's Garden in Canton, sent me a list of the specials and such his restaurant is offering to lure in customers. His idea, he says, is that 'sitting at home worrying only makes it worse.'That includes......
  • The salted caramel hot chocolate

     
    Yesterday I saw an ad for Starbucks' Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate.Whoa. No, I didn't buy one (but only because it couldn't possibly taste as good as it sounded), but I fantasized about it for the rest of the day.Faithful readers know......
  • Heat responds to the economy with $5 tickets

     
    Last season, the Heat sold $10 season tickets in the 400 level at AmericanAirlines Arena. This season, $10 will get you a 300 level seat and for $5 you can sit in the 400 level. Responding to the difficult economy,......