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  • Feeding the blogger

     
    They say you shouldn't bite the hand that feeds you. I'll just bite the hand that wants to feed me but should know better. While I'm a blogger these days, I'm a blogger for a newspaper, which means I still......
  • Bringing one's own

     
    In this week's Shallow Thought Wednesday post, John Lindner wants to hear about your feelings. Not about Sabor, the restaurant that inspired his post. But about the stroll through the parking lot to the BYOB's front door. Here's John. LV ......
  • 'Top Chef: D.C.' recap: It's lunch time

     
    There are 16 chefs left competing on Top Chef: D.C., including Baltimore's Timothy Dean (not that he has been identified as from Baltimore yet). Then there are Angelo and his ego, who together won both challenges last week. He declared......
  • Top Ten fun food stores

     
    While in Mount Vernon yesterday, I happened to come across an empty storefront at Cathedral and Read streets with a "coming soon" sign out front.What's coming is Milk & Honey Market, which will sell fresh local produce, meats and dairy,......
  • White House hand slate: Ala Sarah Palin

     
    by Mark Silva "Talk to the hand.'' That could be the big one-liner of the next presidential debate, the way the political body language is working lately. Taking a palm-cue from Republican Sarah Palin, who penned the talking points of......
  • In defense of gluten

     
    I'd like to take up for poor, old, unfashionable gluten.Gluten-free everything has become so popular that a friend recently had trouble finding ordinary wheat flour amidst all the gluten-free varieties on the Annapolis Whole Foods shelves. Gluten-free...
  • 'Artisanal' grilled cheese comes to Mt. Washington Tavern

     
    I'm not really big on obscure commemorative months, but I'll make an exception for grilled cheese.April is National Grilled Cheese month, someone at Mount Washington Tavern tells me.To mark the occasion, the tavern is introducing not just any old grilled....
  • Boring bread and leaping fish case

     
    A culinary expedition to Catonsville gave Dining@Large reader Meekrat the chance to pass on both Wonder Bread and live frogs. If that's not the center of the foodie universe, I don't know what is. LV I've been needing an adventure......
  • RoCK to Tio Pepe: Stay with me

     
    Here it is Monday, but it feels like a Friday. In one respect, anyway: I've got a fresh Free Market Friday post from Robert of Cross Keys for you. He sent this to me Friday, but I had to be......
  • Back when it was REALLY cold...

     
    Cold? This isn't cold. Here are some snippets from the Baltimore Sun printed during this week in 1912, a week that saw temperatures drop to minus-40 degrees in Oakland, Md., the lowest ever recorded in the state. "Hagerstown, Md. Jan.......
  • FAU recruiting season under way -- things to remember

     
    Ah, the soft drone of the space heaters. The winter version of the drone of gas-powered generators that can be heard on those power-less days after a hurricane. Enough, I say, of these sub-40 degree mornings. RECRUITING PRIMER OK,......