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Reality CheckGuest poster Carla here. If you missed it over the weekend, Baltimore Sun restaurant critic and Dining@Large blogger Elizabeth Large took a trip out to Frederick to review Volt, restaurant of 'Top Chef' contestant Bryan Voltaggio. Large says: 'But is........
Dining@LargeAs I was going through the comments on an earlier post, I came across this intriguing one by Cleatus: Re: JM's Granny Early's Sour Cream Cookies (sounds great, BTW): There are only a few food substances like sour cream, but......
Tags: Garlic, Sour Cream, Butter
Dining@LargeLast night we ate at Tapas Teatro in Station North before seeing the play at Everyman. Wow. I don't know if the place is always that busy, or it was just Saturday night, or because there are no outdoor tables......
Sepia *** When a highly regarded restaurant loses its chef, we tend to hold our breath. The better the restaurant, the deeper we inhale.It's a reflex. We tend to think of a chef and his restaurant (even when it's not "his" restaurant) as inextricably...
Vera is a Spanish restaurant that feels like a local pub. That's not a complaint. Though the menu bulges with Iberico hams, Manchego cheese and Spanish chorizo, the sense of place emanating from the unpretentious restaurant is sweet home, Chicago....
Tags: Restaurants, Anchovies, Next (restaurant), Garlic, Chives
Chicagoans have been enjoying a mini-boom of Spanish flavors of late. First there was Vera, which opened late last year in the Market District, and now Tavernita, which has been packing them in since its January opening in River North. And what a...
Tags: Restaurants, Lifestyle and Leisure, Soups, CLTV, Tomatoes
Q: Many years ago I was dining in a restaurant in Chicago's Chinatown. I ordered pressed duck. It was served in a deep fried form about 6 inches in length, 4 inches wide and about an inch or so thick. The vegetables were pressed together with the duck and...
Need a quick snack? Nibble on a nut. Though nuts are a higher-fat food, the fat they contain is mostly heart-healthy unsaturated fat and might help reduce levels of low-density lipoproteins (LDL or “bad” cholesterol). The fat, protein and...
Gardening is one of those basic skills — like changing a tire, tying a bow tie and brewing coffee — that everyone ought to master. Post-deluge, you'd hate to be left decaffeinated with a packet of seeds, a lax tux and four flats. Which is why...
Tags: Strawberries, Lemons, Salt, Lamb, Feta Cheese
If you have a goal of weight loss, you have to know some basic math. One pound of fat equates to about 3,500 calories, and to lose that 1 pound of fat, you've got to burn more calories than you consume. A common mistake is to try to starve off the...
Tags: Health, Cheese, Mushrooms, Physical Fitness and Exercise, Onions
Planning a cookie exchange, holiday party or gift swap? Any gathering is sweeter with cookies. Hershey®’s and Betty Crocker® are sharing some classic and easy recipes that are sure to sweeten any occasion. Peanut Butter Blossom Cookies...
New York was a rough town, dense with debris and muggers. I learned this from young-adult novels in which thugs roamed the island, terrorizing kittens. So I was circumspect about my first visit, at 14. My older brother and I took a taxi from the airport;...
Tags: Blueberries, Ricotta Cheese, Cheese, Butter
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