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By Ellen Hawks and Ellen Hawks,SUN STAFF | September 4, 2002
Sara R. Knowles of St. Augustine, Fla., requested a recipe for cabbage soup "like the one we enjoyed at Big Boy restaurants in Ironwood, Mich." She added, "I love soup, and nothing I've found can come close to this soup. I'd appreciate help in getting that one or something close to it." Margaret S. Waring of Baltimore responded with tester Laura Reiley's choice. Cabbage Soup Makes 3 quarts, serves 8 1/2 teaspoon garlic salt 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder 1/4 teaspoon black pepper 2 celery stalks, chopped one 16-ounce can kidney beans, undrained 1/2 large head of cabbage, chopped one 28-ounce can chopped tomatoes, undrained 28 ounces water (use tomato can for measuring)
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By Betty Rosbottom and Betty Rosbottom,Tribune Media Services | March 17, 2007
When some of our friends (whose lineage is Irish) discovered that St. Patrick's Day fell on a Saturday this year, they didn't waste any time planning a party. By the time I received their e-mail, they had decided on a Shamrock Potluck. Since my family's ancestry includes some Irish genes, I was equally enthusiastic about being part of a casual get-together to celebrate this holiday. I also knew exactly what I would volunteer to make. For the past six months, I have been working on a soup cookbook, and one dish I have wanted to create for the collection is a corned beef and cabbage potage.
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By Moscow Bureau | October 8, 1993
MOSCOW -- The men who challenged Boris N. Yeltsin for the rule of Russia spent yesterday in solitary confinement, dining on a first course of cabbage soup and a second of herring and potatoes.Parliament Chairman Ruslan I. Khasbulatov, Vice President Alexander Rutskoi and their four-member "Cabinet" are being held in Lefortovo Prison, built in 1880 and once a symbol of Soviet secret police (KGB) terror.One of the Cabinet members -- Viktor Barranikov -- was until a few months ago Mr. Yeltsin's KGB chief.
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By ROBIN MATHER JENKINS and ROBIN MATHER JENKINS,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | March 15, 2006
Cabbage and potatoes seem natural to give a nod to St. Patrick. Here's a vegetable-packed soup that is hearty enough to hold you over, yet fast enough to fend off pre-dinner yowling. Its secret: Dicing the ingredients makes them cook faster. You probably have most of this stuff on hand. It needs nothing but lightly buttered bread, preferably pumpernickel, to accompany it. Pick up dessert on the way home if your crowd wants a sweet. And cleanup is simple, too, because you'll have only one pot to wash.
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By ROBIN MATHER JENKINS and ROBIN MATHER JENKINS,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | March 15, 2006
Cabbage and potatoes seem natural to give a nod to St. Patrick. Here's a vegetable-packed soup that is hearty enough to hold you over, yet fast enough to fend off pre-dinner yowling. Its secret: Dicing the ingredients makes them cook faster. You probably have most of this stuff on hand. It needs nothing but lightly buttered bread, preferably pumpernickel, to accompany it. Pick up dessert on the way home if your crowd wants a sweet. And cleanup is simple, too, because you'll have only one pot to wash.
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By Ellen Hawks and Ellen Hawks,Sun Staff Writer | July 27, 1994
Mincemeat and a sweet-and-sour cabbage soup are not usual choices for a summer meal. But try them and, perhaps, you'll be surprised.A homemade mincemeat was the request of Ethel Porst of Fort Howard who noted she believed it was made with grape juice. Her answer came from Ms. K. Beasley of Edgemere who wrote that she had "obtained the recipe from a canning manual, so for one pie or 1 quart simply divide the recipe by 6. However, with all these ingredients, Ethel may want a few extra jars."
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By Tom Waldron and Tom Waldron,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 10, 2002
The reassuring smell of a greasy grill hard at work emanated from the Ashland Cafe in Cockeysville as I pulled into the beat-up parking lot. It was a smell that triggered countless memories of good, cheap Greek diner food. And despite the chichi name, the Ashland Cafe is essentially a good, cheap Greek diner, although one open only for breakfast and lunch. The low-slung, beige brick building sits amid antiques stores and muffler shops at the corner of York and Cockeysville roads within easy reach of Interstate 83. Parking at the side and rear isn't grand, but it's adequate.
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By Betty Rosbottom and Betty Rosbottom,Tribune Media Services | March 17, 2007
When some of our friends (whose lineage is Irish) discovered that St. Patrick's Day fell on a Saturday this year, they didn't waste any time planning a party. By the time I received their e-mail, they had decided on a Shamrock Potluck. Since my family's ancestry includes some Irish genes, I was equally enthusiastic about being part of a casual get-together to celebrate this holiday. I also knew exactly what I would volunteer to make. For the past six months, I have been working on a soup cookbook, and one dish I have wanted to create for the collection is a corned beef and cabbage potage.
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By ELIZABETH LARGE and ELIZABETH LARGE,Restaurant Critic | February 13, 1993
Hoang's Seafood Grill, 1619 Sulgrave Ave., (410) 466-1000. Technically it's a "pan-Asian" restaurant, but owner Nghia Hoang is from Vietnam, and most of the dishes on the menu are Vietnamese. A lot of what we tried was terrific, beginning with our first courses of dumpling soup, shrimp rolls and chicken Mishu. All the grilled foods were good, but my favorite was the juicy, tender chicken. Hoang's also offers several noodle dishes that shouldn't be missed. Typical of Vietnamese cuisine, plates are beautifully arranged with elegant lettuces and decorative vegetables.
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By Jennifer Blenner and Jennifer Blenner,SUN STAFF | February 16, 2003
Peppi Simmeth considers himself one of the lucky ones. Simmeth, a Bel Air resident, is a German World War II veteran who fought in the battles of Stalingrad and Kursk and then survived six years in a Russian prisoner-of-war camp. "I don't hold anything against anyone," he said to students at John Carroll School last week. "A war is a war, people react differently in a war." Simmeth, who will turn 80 next week, was invited to speak at John Carroll as part of the 60th anniversary of the Battle of Stalingrad, said Ed Miller, Russian language teacher at the school.
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By Ellen Hawks and Ellen Hawks,SUN STAFF | September 4, 2002
Sara R. Knowles of St. Augustine, Fla., requested a recipe for cabbage soup "like the one we enjoyed at Big Boy restaurants in Ironwood, Mich." She added, "I love soup, and nothing I've found can come close to this soup. I'd appreciate help in getting that one or something close to it." Margaret S. Waring of Baltimore responded with tester Laura Reiley's choice. Cabbage Soup Makes 3 quarts, serves 8 1/2 teaspoon garlic salt 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder 1/4 teaspoon black pepper 2 celery stalks, chopped one 16-ounce can kidney beans, undrained 1/2 large head of cabbage, chopped one 28-ounce can chopped tomatoes, undrained 28 ounces water (use tomato can for measuring)
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By Tom Waldron and Tom Waldron,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 10, 2002
The reassuring smell of a greasy grill hard at work emanated from the Ashland Cafe in Cockeysville as I pulled into the beat-up parking lot. It was a smell that triggered countless memories of good, cheap Greek diner food. And despite the chichi name, the Ashland Cafe is essentially a good, cheap Greek diner, although one open only for breakfast and lunch. The low-slung, beige brick building sits amid antiques stores and muffler shops at the corner of York and Cockeysville roads within easy reach of Interstate 83. Parking at the side and rear isn't grand, but it's adequate.
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By Ellen Hawks and Ellen Hawks,Sun Staff Writer | July 27, 1994
Mincemeat and a sweet-and-sour cabbage soup are not usual choices for a summer meal. But try them and, perhaps, you'll be surprised.A homemade mincemeat was the request of Ethel Porst of Fort Howard who noted she believed it was made with grape juice. Her answer came from Ms. K. Beasley of Edgemere who wrote that she had "obtained the recipe from a canning manual, so for one pie or 1 quart simply divide the recipe by 6. However, with all these ingredients, Ethel may want a few extra jars."
NEWS
By Moscow Bureau | October 8, 1993
MOSCOW -- The men who challenged Boris N. Yeltsin for the rule of Russia spent yesterday in solitary confinement, dining on a first course of cabbage soup and a second of herring and potatoes.Parliament Chairman Ruslan I. Khasbulatov, Vice President Alexander Rutskoi and their four-member "Cabinet" are being held in Lefortovo Prison, built in 1880 and once a symbol of Soviet secret police (KGB) terror.One of the Cabinet members -- Viktor Barranikov -- was until a few months ago Mr. Yeltsin's KGB chief.
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By Tom Waldron and Tom Waldron,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 4, 2002
First of all: the Taneytown Deli & Sandwich Shoppe is not in Taneytown. It's in Catonsville, tucked off an alley on Mellor Avenue. And it's been there since 1947, turning out big, fat sandwiches. I'm glad I finally discovered it. It's not much to look at - a small building clad in, of all things, Formstone. (There's also an ice-cream shop that sits next to the deli.) Inside, a small waiting area includes the usual chip and soda displays. In the back is a small dining room with a handful of tables.
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