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  • New ways of pouring wine allow for more variety and experimentation

    New ways of pouring wine allow for more variety and experimentation
    New advances in wine technology are great news for people who thrive on variety and experimentation. With more Baltimore-area restaurants adopting an array of advanced wine-dispensing systems — from kegs to devices that allow wine to be poured without removing the cork — it's easier than ever to imbibe without committing to a single bottle.
  • After nine years, Pazo changes from Spanish to Italian cuisine

    After nine years, Pazo changes from Spanish to Italian cuisine
    The Foreman Wolf restaurant group has made changes, big and small, to all of its restaurants. Formats have been massaged, tweaked and occasionally overhauled at Charleston, Cinghiale and Petit Louis Bistro. Pazo especially has been in a state of...

    Rusty Spoon's chef-owner Kathleen Blake heading to James Beard Foundation's Boot Camp

    Rusty Spoon's chef-owner Kathleen Blake heading to James Beard Foundation's Boot Camp
    Rusty Spoon's Kathleen Blake is among more than a dozen chefs from around the country who will convene for the James Beard Foundation fourth Chefs Boot Camp for Policy & Change at Costanoa Lodge in Pescadero, Calif., from April 27-30, for a multi-...

    No local wins at James Beard awards

    No local wins at James Beard awards
    Vikram Sunderam of Rasika in Washington won the 2014 James Beard award forĀ "Best Chef: Mid-Atlantic," beating outĀ Baltimore-based chefs Cindy Wolf of Charleston and Spike Gjerde of Woodberry Kitchen. The awards were announced at a ceremony at the...

    Asparagus is spring's tipping point

    Asparagus is spring's tipping point
    If you were a 19th-century Frenchman, you would likely be served three courses of asparagus during your prenuptial dinner. The vegetable with the suggestive shape, writes Helen Yoest in "Plants with Benefits," was thought to stir amorous feeling. Little...