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Dining@LargeIn spite of a few jokes about walkers and such that you had to expect, there was a good discussion under my earlier post about what 35-and-overs want in a happy hour. One of the main things, after meeting other......
Dining@LargeIt's only a slight exaggeration when I say I've done 150 or so Top 10 lists. I'm running out of ideas. I don't want to make the subject too obscure (bacon spinoffs, anyone?), but I don't want to revisit a topic......
Dining@LargeI've written about how new restaurants aren't as quick to let me know they're open as they used to be because they don't want to be slammed and don't want me to review them until they've had time to get......
Dining@LargeJust to balance all the closings news, my fellow blogger Suzanne Loudermilk over at In Good Taste reports that a new Jasmine Asian Bistro opened in Timonium Dec. 14.And Rich tells me that on Preston Street, the former Sylvan Ice......
Dining@LargeIn next week's Table Talk I give you the details of the newest Jasmine Asian Bistro, which opened last month in Timonium. It's a restaurant with a pan-Asian menu, a concept that's been taking hold while Asian fusion and one-Asian-cuisine......
Maryland WeatherSunday's rains got a late start, but when the skies finally opened up, they produced a gusher - especially in the Baltimore region, where morning traffic was a mess as a result of flooding on the JFX.(It took me 65......
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Dining@LargeThe Restaurant Association of Maryland gave out its 2010 Stars of the Industry awards last night at Martin's West.And the winners are ... Restaurateur of the Year: Dorothy and Richard Mollett, Antrim 1844 (Taneytown)2010 Chef of the Year: Chef Bryan......
Dining@LargeHere's a side dish of veganism to go with all the scrapple talk we've had around here lately.One of the nation's most prominent vegans, T. Colin Campbell, will speak Saturday in Catonsville. Campbell, a Cornell University nutritional biochemistry...
Dining@LargeMother's Day is the biggest day of the year for dining out. Reason enough to dine in, if you ask me. But for those willing to brave the crowds, there are lots of Mother's Day specials out there. Rather than attempt......
Dining@LargeRobert of Cross Keys gives up a lazy Sunday for good Chinese in this Free Market Friday post. Here's RoCK. LV Normally, Sunday mornings are me time. The wife sleeps in, and I walk the dog around Cross Keys. I......
Dining@LargeHere's the ultimate for the Baltimore County locavore: a new farmers' market with strictly county-raised products for sale. So no, that Baltimore County guy with the olive grove in Greece can't sell his oil at this market. More than 20 county......
Dining@LargeIn the dark days of winter, when we're staring at supermarket produce and another round of whopper blizzards, try to remember back to this moment, when you're asking yourself: how can LV possibly write about another farmers' market? As it......
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