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  • Being hungry for the rest of your life

     
    I was interested in the story about the latest studies on the calorie restriction diet that appeared in today's paper because I wrote about the diet three years ago for the Taste section. (Which seems an odd place for it,......
  • Outback Steakhouse in North Miami Beach, Kings Super Buffet in Lauderhill among restaurants cited by state inspectors

     
    ?? Critical violations of state sanitation and safety laws observed by inspectors last week at 6 South Florida restaurants prompted the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation to cite the owners and briefly suspend their operations....
  • Sliced egg on raw oysters

     
    I got this e-mail from Sean yesterday (I don't think our Sean), but I had never heard of the following before:I have some co-workers who have eaten at Faidley’s at Lexington Market and they wish to know why sliced hard-boiled eggs......
  • A reader dines at Charleston

     
    Nice to see the sun again, isn't it? Hal Laurent just sent me a description of a recent meal at Charleston, and you know how much I like mini-reviews. To think some people get to do this for a living.......
  • A decade of oysters and beer

     
    Somehow I missed the first nine Oyster and Microbrew Tastings; but next Saturday, Nov. 28, the 10th Annual will be held at Kooper's Tavern in Fells Point from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tickets are sold the day of the event.......
  • Robert's Thanksgiving: brisket, stuffing and cranberries with strife

     
    Robert of Cross Keys' guest post, Free Market Fridays, is a day late. Blame your mayor. I didn't get a laptop for yesterday because the trial is still going on. Oh well, some things get better with age. Here's Robert.......
  • My nonalcoholic substitutions

     
    Thanks to those of you who suggested nonalcoholic substitutes for the Foodie 100 list. Because it's all in good fun, and there are many excellent suggestions that didn't make it onto the original list, I can't get too bent out......
  • RoCK's Lexington Market feast

     
    As far as holiday eating traditions go, Robert of Cross Keys has us all beat. EL Back in the 1970s, around the time I was born, my dad and uncles started going to Lexington Market just before Christmas. Originally, the......
  • Food-friendly Philly

    Food-friendly Philly
    My wife and I were relaxing on a sunny afternoon in Stella, a gleaming-tile pizzeria whose wood-burning oven produces the kind of crusts that would curl the toes of any pizza lover, when the couple at the nearby table asked, "Do you know where you're...
  • Stephanie Izard: America's sweet tart

    Stephanie Izard: America's sweet tart
    Five years ago, I wrote that chef Stephanie Izard had "a fanaticism for balance that a Wallenda might envy." Two years ago, after Izard had emerged victorious in the fourth season of "Top Chef," I joked that she should get out of the restaurant business,...
  • Weekend Preview: Top five San Diego events v 2

    Weekend Preview: Top five San Diego events v 2
    This weekend in San Diego is all about flavor-packed foodie discoveries, arts and culture celebrations, and live music in picturesque settings, for a great cause. If Dad is hip to the happenings in San Diego, this is sure to be a Father’s Day your...