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By Hollywood Reporter | June 11, 1995
Too bad Michael Moore didn't bring his camera crew to Cannes recently.Wandering along the Croisette, observing all the wonderful nonsense, he might have made a documentary to rival "Roger & Me," his smart 1989 satire of the devastation visited on his hometown of Flint, Mich., when General Motors head Roger Smith shut down the auto factories.Mr. Moore was in Cannes for the film festival and the world premiere of his first feature film, "Canadian Bacon," which stars the late John Candy. The $10 million "Canadian Bacon" was the source of a long battle between Mr. Moore and Propaganda Films, the PolyGram division that funded the film.
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By Susan Reimer, The Baltimore Sun | May 4, 2010
Considering all that mothers do, a decent breakfast on Mother's Day shouldn't be too much to ask. But often that means standing in a restaurant line waiting for a table, or a sitcom version of breakfast in bed, with burnt toast, spilled juice and a forced smile. Brunch classics such as eggs Benedict can be intimidating, and traditional French toast can be pedestrian. But not in the kitchen of chef Michael Wagner of Baltimore International College. "There's nothing to stop you from enjoying these at home and impressing your mother or your wife," said the instructor.
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By Kate Shatzkin and Kate Shatzkin,Sun reporter | January 3, 2007
Seduced by Bacon: Recipes & Lore About America's Favorite Indulgence By Joanna Pruess with Bob Lape Coffee Cakes: Simple, Sweet and Savory By Lou Seibert Pappas Chronicle Books / 2006 / $18.95 This pretty little book is dedicated mostly to sweet morning morsels - though there is a chapter of interesting savory breads. Veteran cookbook author Lou Seibert Pappas separates the "everyday" coffeecakes from the more decadent, specialty cakes, a few of which are really after-dinner desserts.
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By Roch Kubatko | February 21, 2007
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. -- The Orioles thought they had acquired outfielder Adam Stern from the Boston Red Sox as the player to be named in the Javy Lopez trade last year. But Stern first had to pass through waivers, and another team - reportedly the Tampa Bay Devil Rays - put in a claim. The Red Sox pulled back Stern, a Rule 5 pick in 2005, and held onto him until after the season, when the Orioles finally got him for cash considerations. Was it strange for you to wait so long to join the Orioles?
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By Rita Calvert and Rita Calvert,Contributing Writer | January 27, 1993
In the depths of winter, when the days are cold and dreary, yearnings often turn to comfort food, especially Italian pasta dishes. This homey recipe developed by a Roman grandmother originally contained more cholesterol than you would want to know; our "nanas" were bent on soothing with creamy foods long before cholesterol became an issue.In our version, chicken broth replaces extra cream and cornstarch is the thickener rather than eggs and Parmesan. Tortellini, a stuffed pasta often described as "little hats," is the basis of many stories.
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By LIZ ATWOOD | September 18, 2002
Call for more fruit, veggies Just when Americans were finally getting the message that they should eat five fruits and vegetables a day, the nutritionists have gone and raised the bar. Now experts are saying some Americans need to eat nine servings of fruit and vegetables a day. According to food guidelines developed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, children ages 2 to 6 should eat five servings...
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By Roch Kubatko | February 21, 2007
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. -- The Orioles thought they had acquired outfielder Adam Stern from the Boston Red Sox as the player to be named in the Javy Lopez trade last year. But Stern first had to pass through waivers, and another team - reportedly the Tampa Bay Devil Rays - put in a claim. The Red Sox pulled back Stern, a Rule 5 pick in 2005, and held onto him until after the season, when the Orioles finally got him for cash considerations. Was it strange for you to wait so long to join the Orioles?
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By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,SUN RESTAURANT CRITIC | October 26, 1995
Consider America's love affair with dough. Raw chocolate chip cookie dough. (They even put it in luxury ice cream.) Fried dough. Doughnuts. Thick-crust pizza. How can pannekoeken miss?These huge Dutch pancakes are the specialty of Fells Point's newest wacky little eatery, the Pan Handle. Soft, chewy and irresistibly doughy, the 16-inch pannekoek comes on a giant blue-and-white Delft plate sliced like pizza, with a choice of 101 toppings.Actually there are only about five toppings (OK, maybe a few more than five)
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By EATING WELL | November 6, 1996
How do you feed your family well night after night? Many concerned parents succumb to the short-order cook syndrome, preparing several dishes to accommodate the varying food preferences in the household. Of course, when time and energy are short, there's usually a dish or two that will please just about everyone, but how many nights a week can you eat pizza?In speaking with parents, we discovered that another family favorite is tacos: the more finicky members of the group can take what they do like and leave off that which they don't.
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By Susan Reimer, The Baltimore Sun | May 4, 2010
Considering all that mothers do, a decent breakfast on Mother's Day shouldn't be too much to ask. But often that means standing in a restaurant line waiting for a table, or a sitcom version of breakfast in bed, with burnt toast, spilled juice and a forced smile. Brunch classics such as eggs Benedict can be intimidating, and traditional French toast can be pedestrian. But not in the kitchen of chef Michael Wagner of Baltimore International College. "There's nothing to stop you from enjoying these at home and impressing your mother or your wife," said the instructor.
NEWS
By Kate Shatzkin and Kate Shatzkin,Sun reporter | January 3, 2007
Seduced by Bacon: Recipes & Lore About America's Favorite Indulgence By Joanna Pruess with Bob Lape Coffee Cakes: Simple, Sweet and Savory By Lou Seibert Pappas Chronicle Books / 2006 / $18.95 This pretty little book is dedicated mostly to sweet morning morsels - though there is a chapter of interesting savory breads. Veteran cookbook author Lou Seibert Pappas separates the "everyday" coffeecakes from the more decadent, specialty cakes, a few of which are really after-dinner desserts.
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By Jody K. Vilschick and Jody K. Vilschick,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 7, 2003
Trains are integral to the history of Ellicott City. In 1827, when horses pulled trains, the nation's first railroad terminus along the nation's first passenger rail line was built in what was then Ellicott Mills. Soon, steam engines replaced horses and the line was extended to Ohio to become the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. You can learn more about Ellicott City's railroad history at the Ellicott City Railroad Station Museum - a enjoyable place to spend an hour or two with the children.
NEWS
By LIZ ATWOOD | September 18, 2002
Call for more fruit, veggies Just when Americans were finally getting the message that they should eat five fruits and vegetables a day, the nutritionists have gone and raised the bar. Now experts are saying some Americans need to eat nine servings of fruit and vegetables a day. According to food guidelines developed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, children ages 2 to 6 should eat five servings...
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By David Michael Ettlin and Bonnie J. Schupp and David Michael Ettlin and Bonnie J. Schupp,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 26, 1997
Let's do breakfast!There's Denny's and Friendly's, McDonald's, Roy's a lot of places to choose from. But our choice on a recent weekday was a restaurant that makes breakfast part of its name -- Breakfast Shoppe in Severna Park.The place specializes in all manner of eggs, waffles, pancakes and French toast. There's a page in the menu for salads, soups and sandwiches -- perhaps a choice for those arriving later in the day and preferring lunch. But not on Sundays, when only breakfast is served.
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By EATING WELL | November 6, 1996
How do you feed your family well night after night? Many concerned parents succumb to the short-order cook syndrome, preparing several dishes to accommodate the varying food preferences in the household. Of course, when time and energy are short, there's usually a dish or two that will please just about everyone, but how many nights a week can you eat pizza?In speaking with parents, we discovered that another family favorite is tacos: the more finicky members of the group can take what they do like and leave off that which they don't.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,SUN RESTAURANT CRITIC | October 26, 1995
Consider America's love affair with dough. Raw chocolate chip cookie dough. (They even put it in luxury ice cream.) Fried dough. Doughnuts. Thick-crust pizza. How can pannekoeken miss?These huge Dutch pancakes are the specialty of Fells Point's newest wacky little eatery, the Pan Handle. Soft, chewy and irresistibly doughy, the 16-inch pannekoek comes on a giant blue-and-white Delft plate sliced like pizza, with a choice of 101 toppings.Actually there are only about five toppings (OK, maybe a few more than five)
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By Felicia Gressette and Felicia Gressette,Knight-Ridder News Service | March 31, 1993
Easter will be here soon, and we'd rather concentrate on our bonnet with all the frills upon it -- or the sunrise service we're hoping won't be rained out or the eggs we plan to decorate and hide -- than fret over what we're going to eat.So we've planned a relaxed menu that lends itself to advance preparation and offers something for just about everyone. It would be lovely as a breakfast or brunch and would work just as well as a light, buffet-style lunch.You can stretch it easily if you're expecting a crowd, or you could just make the coffeecake if that's more your style.
NEWS
By Jody K. Vilschick and Jody K. Vilschick,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 7, 2003
Trains are integral to the history of Ellicott City. In 1827, when horses pulled trains, the nation's first railroad terminus along the nation's first passenger rail line was built in what was then Ellicott Mills. Soon, steam engines replaced horses and the line was extended to Ohio to become the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. You can learn more about Ellicott City's railroad history at the Ellicott City Railroad Station Museum - a enjoyable place to spend an hour or two with the children.
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By Hollywood Reporter | June 11, 1995
Too bad Michael Moore didn't bring his camera crew to Cannes recently.Wandering along the Croisette, observing all the wonderful nonsense, he might have made a documentary to rival "Roger & Me," his smart 1989 satire of the devastation visited on his hometown of Flint, Mich., when General Motors head Roger Smith shut down the auto factories.Mr. Moore was in Cannes for the film festival and the world premiere of his first feature film, "Canadian Bacon," which stars the late John Candy. The $10 million "Canadian Bacon" was the source of a long battle between Mr. Moore and Propaganda Films, the PolyGram division that funded the film.
FEATURES
By Felicia Gressette and Felicia Gressette,Knight-Ridder News Service | March 31, 1993
Easter will be here soon, and we'd rather concentrate on our bonnet with all the frills upon it -- or the sunrise service we're hoping won't be rained out or the eggs we plan to decorate and hide -- than fret over what we're going to eat.So we've planned a relaxed menu that lends itself to advance preparation and offers something for just about everyone. It would be lovely as a breakfast or brunch and would work just as well as a light, buffet-style lunch.You can stretch it easily if you're expecting a crowd, or you could just make the coffeecake if that's more your style.
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