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Dining@LargeNow you decide you don't want to cook after all, and you're looking for a restaurant open Thanksgiving day. I did my best for you with this list of Top 10 Restaurants for Thanksgiving Dinner, but it wasn't easy. First......
Tags: Maryland, Alcoholic Beverages, Annapolis, Adults, Stevensville
Dining@LargeNice 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.......
Dining@LargeIt's nondenominational! It keeps on giving! It's the 100 things holiday gift! No, this wasn't my idea, but I was pleased and flattered when I got this e-mail:First of all GREAT article!! Loved it. Question for you..I would like to......
Tags: Maryland, Ellicott City, Sandwiches, Fort McHenry, Pizzas
Dining@LargeOne thing I like about Robert of Cross Key's guest posts is that he usually has a socko boffo ending, something I can rarely come up with. The second thing is that wow, that boy can eat. Here's Robert with......
Dining@LargeGuest poster Robert of Cross Keys leads a most interesting life. I wonder what he does for his real job? Here's RoCK's Free Market Friday. EL Last week I was at the Chapeze House in Bardstown, Ky. for a bourbon tasting......
Tags: Willie Mays, Ice Cream, Foods and Beverages, Burl Ives, Kentucky
Dining@LargeBra1nchild just sent me a report on airline food. I'll be thinking about this when I'm eating my Southwest peanuts on the way to Florida in a couple of weeks. ELThe question of airplane food was raised some time ago.......
Tags: Singapore Airlines, Taipei (Taiwan), Tomatoes, Soups, Appetizers
Dining@LargeAs 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......
Tags: Oysters, Alcoholic Beverages, Sandwiches, Chicken, Holidays
Dining@LargeI'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......
Dining@LargeI had the chance to tour what were described as Baltimore's "most sustainable" restaurants the other day. So did Spoons, a longtime Dining@Large lurker who sent me this guest post. I didn't actually meet Spoons on the tour, but I......
Reality CheckThere 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......
Dining@LargeMy colleague Maryann James makes a fantastic chocolate cake with mocha mascarpone icing. The other day, she found a way to work the Italian cream cheese into a salad, of all things.She started with arugula, spinach and pears. Tossed that......
Reality CheckOn tonight's Top Chef D.C., two chefs will be coming home. At the beginning of the episode, the chefs are doing their morning after quarterbacking, and local contestant Timothy Dean sound bites that he was in the bottom again, so,......
Tags: Poached Eggs, Maryland, Bacon, Mussels, Eggs Benedict
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