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  • Samuel Fromartz's search for a 'Perfect Loaf' reveals so much more

    Samuel Fromartz's search for a 'Perfect Loaf' reveals so much more
    Bread bakers are a breed unto themselves. Limited to only four basic ingredients — flour, water, salt and yeast — they tend to drill down rather than branch out. Talk to even a beginning bread baker for very long and the conversation will...
  • Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way makes a magical coastal adventure by car

    The winding roller-coaster route along Ireland's raggedy-edged west coast has a proper new name: the Wild Atlantic Way, an ideal drive for fall. Meandering 1,600 miles from the Inishowen Peninsula near Derry in the north to Kinsale, in the south, it...
  • Ashley's Sweet Beginnings in The Shops at Kenilworth offers more than desserts

    Ashley's Sweet Beginnings in The Shops at Kenilworth offers more than desserts
    One of the tough aspects of being an adult is doing responsible things, like eating a healthy meal before gorging on dessert. At Ashley's Sweet Beginnings, which opened in May in The Shops at Kenilworth in Towson, the desserts are so fabulous that being...
  • Fall's buried treasure -- getting to the heart of pomegranates

    Fall's buried treasure -- getting to the heart of pomegranates
    Sweet and tangy as they are, pomegranates are undoubtedly the "un-convenience" fruit. Few other foods demand as much of the eater. Not only do you have to break through that tough, leathery outer shell, but then you have to pry apart the pith to get...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Chicken chopped salad in an hour or less

    Easy dinner recipes: Chicken chopped salad in an hour or less
    Looking for something crisp and refreshing? Not overly heavy and easy to prepare? Salads are the perfect one-dish meal any time of year. Bluewater Grill's chicken chopped salad: Consider a chicken chopped salad with avocado vinaigrette. Avocado lends...
  • Fight cancer by eating healthy

    Editor's note: In this week's annual breast cancer awareness issue, we feature whole wheat recipes that are both healthy and delicious. We had a guest over this past week who, with a mouthful of a date-sweetened, whole wheat blueberry muffin, turned to...
  • L.A. watchmaker Cameron Weiss thinks his time has come

    L.A. watchmaker Cameron Weiss thinks his time has come
    After hand-finishing the stainless-steel case of one of his timepieces in a whirring industrial polisher, watchmaker Cameron Weiss carefully submerged it in an ultrasonic cleaning tank. When all of the impurities had been blasted off the case, Weiss...
  • Video: Science explains why pizza tastes so darn good

    Video: Science explains why pizza tastes so darn good
    Turns out, there's a scientific reason behind the universal obsession with pizza. And we mean everything from thin crust to deep dish to stuffed crust.  In a new video seen above, the American Chemical Society explains the wonders of pizza. Regardless...
  • Recipe: Cheater's Lasagna with Italian Sausage

    Many folks want recipes that don't require a laundry list of ingredients and are quick to pull together. Lasagna is typically not one of those dishes. But today's recipe for Cheater's Lasagna is. What makes this unique and quick is using large store-...
  • A trio of books takes foodies and sippers on tour

    Each year, the publishing industry adds hundreds of new cookbooks to national and regional bibliographies. This trio takes a different tack, though, keeping you out of the kitchen and amused in other ways. "Death & Co.: Modern Classic Cocktails" by David...
  • Take a culinary trip to the wonders of Myanmar

    To understand why Burmese food is my favorite cuisine in the world, all you have to do is look at a map. Burma, which is now known as Myanmar, is nestled cozily between Thailand, China and India. Think of what this means for Burmese food. Though it has a...