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Passover

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  • Big Upset: FAU 61, Mississippi State 59

     
    Well, the football team has taken its lumps, but the roundballers had a big win Tuesday night, knocking off Mississippi State 61-59. - Anytime a Sun Belt team can whack an SEC team is big. But how sweet is......
  • Passover, Easter and the moon

     
    FROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:Need some quality time with the kids? Try the Benjamin Banneker Planetarium at the Community College of Baltimore County in Catonsville. At 10 a.m. Saturday, the Astronomy program of the School of Mathematics and Science...
  • Passover countdown: brisket and brei

     
    Here's some advice on the Baltimore Sun website for making your brisket extra tender.Over on Serious Eats Recipes they're counting down to Passover with recipes by Olga Massov of Sassy Radish Here's a recipe for matzah brei with pear and......
  • His acts of sedition: A chat with Chaz Stevens

     
    In my Sunday column about the political corruption epidemic that's rocked South Florida, I touched on the impact of the new breed of citizen activists that have taken to the Internet. People like Chaz Stevens, whose My Acts of Sedition......
  • Passover recipe: Matzah Brickle

     
    The new chestnut is that everything's better with bacon, but obviously that's not going to work for Passover. But the old chestnut that everything's better with chocolate? That's a go.It turns out that matzah is better -- way better --......
  • Reading on and off the blogs: Asparagus and Karen Wolek

     
    I observed my birthday yesterday as a Day of Reflection on How did I get this damn old?I slept in and missed the Farmers' Market.But apparently asparagus is in! This, according to John Houser III over at Rouxde Cooking School.......
  • The ramps folly and other reading from the blogs and beyond

     
    The New York Times on rampsomania - apparently there's not enough of the newly beloved, spring-has-sprung, wild leek to go aroundCasual dining restaurants will be beefing up their employee training and reviewing some procedures in response to the...
  • Healthcare 'whiplash:' GOP to the ER?

     
    by Mark Silva After a yearlong fight over healthcare, with a stunning political upset for the president's party in Massachusetts in January that appeared to spell doom for the White House's hopes of winning an historic legislative prize, the speed......
  • In search of a Dominican feast

    In search of a Dominican feast
    SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic — Strange as it may sound, finding good Dominican food isn't so easy in Dominican restaurants. The best Dominican food, I'm told, is served in Dominican homes. If you get that kind of invitation, well, lucky you;...
  • Wake up, Cubs fans: Your team was built to stink

    Wake up, Cubs fans: Your team was built to stink
    Late Wednesday night, someone named Tom Hamilton sent me this email with the subject line “And I am a Cubs fan’’: “I was all excited about our new YOUNG Management team, thinking they would make a difference. Interesting Fact...
  • How to Involve the Kids in Passover

    How to Involve the Kids in Passover
    The Jewish holiday of Passover begins next Monday evening with the Seder, a ritual feast.  Friends and family gather together to retell the story of the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt. Rabbi Ilana Garber from Beth El Temple...