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  • America's Next Great Restaurant -- catching up with an Episode 1 recap

     
    I really wish I was watching America's Next Great Restaurant. It sounds like a fun show. I asked for a volunteer to write recaps for Dining@Large, and Bob Swank stepped up.Thanks, Bob Swank!!Bob'll start writing day-after recaps beginning tomorrow....
  • Papa Leone's Spaghetti House

     
    At the beginning of the week I asked for mini-reviews of restaurants that you think we've missed. I've gotten four or five already. Here's the first of them by S, who says not to mention his name because he wants......
  • The mini-revolt against the Restaurant Week price hike

     
    I've just gotten e-mails from three restaurants that won't be pricing their Restaurant Week menus at $35.10 this year. It makes sense because none of them is a high-end restaurant; $35 would get you a pretty good meal at them......
  • Living in the CSA: Beet and orange soup recipe

     
    After reading my post last week wondering what to do with beets, Liz from Consuming Interests suggested this recipe, from Dishing Up Maryland (which is an absolutely gorgeous cookbook, by the way), as adapted by the Washington Post. The cookbook......
  • Eating at the Center Club

     
    Awhile back when I asked for reviews of restaurants you felt the Sun had neglected, it didn't occur to me that someone would submit a post about a private eating club. It reminds me of early on in my career......
  • Should regulars get special treatment?

     
    Under an earlier post there was a discussion about regulars getting special treatment at restaurants. As one commenter pointed out, it's great if you're a regular, and not if you're not.But I think the best restaurants manage to make their......
  • Living in the CSA: This week's haul, and what to do with it?

     
    It's SarahKK, back again to report on Living in the CSA. The family picked up our second haul from the early-bird CSA we're taking part in. This week, we got: potatoes, onions, kale, apples, blood oranges, honey tangerines, beets, parsnips,......
  • Project Runway: From the Heart

     
    Happy Snomageddon, Project Runway peeps! As always, I'm Kevin Van Valkenburg, sports writer by day, Project Runway recapper in sunshine and in snow. Apologies for missing last week's show, where our beloved Ping was auf-ed. I was knocked out by......
  • Living in the CSA: Blood orange olive oil cake recipe

     
    It's SarahKK, back with today's cooking-the-CSA report. I'll note again that I'm taking part in an early-bird CSA that does exchanges with other East Coast farms during this part of the year, which is why today's ingredient, blood oranges, isn't......
  • CSA bounty: Help a newbie out

     
    Hey, folks. It's SarahKK, your friendly area food editor, commandeering the blog for a bit. We've been talking on and off about starting a recipe blog, but it hasn't yet come to pass. So for now, we are doing occasional......
  • Living in the CSA: Spinach soup recipe

     
    Baltimore Sun's food editor and Reality TV blogger Sarah Kickler Kelber has recently embarked on a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) journey. (Read the introduction here.) Every Wednesday or Thursday, SKK will be posting about her latest CSA haul...