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Amanda Freitag: Along with chef duties at The Harrison in TriBeCa, Freitag battled Bobby Flay on “Iron Chef America” and is a judge on Food Network’ “Chopped.” She has a recurring role on the Cooking Channel series “...
On Sunday, Thomas Albright will wake up early. Before 5 a.m., the patriarch of the Albright Farms family will be in his truck, driving from his farm in Monkton to the city, where Saratoga and Holliday streets meet underneath the Jones Falls Expressway....
Tags: Bacon, Lettuce, Gardening, Lifestyle and Leisure, Potatoes
York’s MaryElizabeth Warhol ended her high school career with two state-championship swims Saturday at the Christiansburg Aquatic Center in the Group AA meet. Her victories were two of seven by Bay Rivers District swimmers. Hidden Valley of...
Tags: James Monroe, Diving, Track and Field, Sports, Landforms
A Mediterranean-style diet emphasizes foods traditionally consumed in countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea. Here is a sample day's menu provided by Dr. Stephen Devries, executive director of the Gaples Institute in Deerfield, which promotes the value...
With the 200 individual medley state championship already won that Saturday, Lafayette's Carter Kale knew his strategy for the 500-yard freestyle. He couldn't lag behind. "I had to take it out with the pack," he said. "I didn't know who the sprinters...
Counter Intelligence: Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: Littlefork takes a big-eats turn northLos Angeles Times Restaurant CriticAcross the street from the Hollywood post office, a few short blocks from the 1930s complex that calls itself Crossroads of the World, Littlefork is an improbably rustic roadhouse in the middle of old Hollywood — a spare tavern, a slash of neon...
Kale Beers was a student at La Salle University the last time the Explorers men's basketball team was in the NCAA tournament. It was 1992 and Beers was all set to go to Greensboro, N.C. for the first-round game against Seton Hall. But Beers had a...
Skip the corned beef (too salty and weirdly pink) and the green beer (totally inauthentic) this St. Patrick's Day and make some comforting colcannon instead. Who doesn't like mashed potatoes with extra good stuff stirred in? The traditional Irish dish is...
Two local farms will offer changes to the way their customers receive their shares in community-supported agriculture programs. Through the programs, customers buy shares of vegetables. The share enables customers to pick up a box of produce from the...
Tags: Labor Day, Lakes and Ponds, Farms
Special to Tribune NewspapersThe thermometer is slowly inching up, and there's a little more sunlight every day, and that means one thing to gardeners: It's time to think about seed sowing. With a little planning you can stretch your food budget for an ongoing harvest of fresh,...
Clover, which debuted its first juice bar on La Brea in January, is now opening a take-away window at the Churchill on West 3rd Street (look for a Clover awning on the east side of the restaurant). Set to open March 11, the to-go Clover will offer cold-...
Lehigh Valley Master GardenersKale is really rugged. It will tolerate frost and snow, and still lend vibrant color to your landscape. Kale will wait patiently through months of cold weather for you to harvest the nutritious leaves. In the dead of winter, this......
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