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By Sherrie Clinton and Sherrie Clinton,Evening Sun Staff | July 24, 1991
Sally Lewis of Sparks says this sugar cream pie recipe isdelicious and easy. The recipe is for Susan Stukenborg of Selingrove Pa. The pie should be eaten at room temperature. Don't worry if the filling doesn't completely set -- its not suppose to. Store leftovers, if any, in the refrigerator.Brown Sugar Pie 1 cup brown sugar3 tablespoons flourPinch of salt1 large can Pet evaporated milk2 tablespoons cold butter, cut in piecesGround cinnamonMix together brown sugar, flour and salt. Pat into eight-inch pie pan. Do not bake.
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By Julie Rothman,
For The Baltimore Sun
| July 30, 2013
Mary Kilby from Timonium was in search of the recipe for the delicious banana cream pie that used to be served at Toddle House restaurants in the 1950s. Toddle House was a national quick-service restaurant chain with locations throughout the United States. It specialized in breakfast but was open 24/7. Even though the chain has been closed for years it still has quite a devoted fan base, including its own Facebook page. While there are copycat recipes for some of the chain's other famous dishes, unfortunately, I had no luck finding any recipes for their banana cream pie. However, Patsy Schlemmer from Bremen, Ind., saw Kilby's request and shared a recipe for a banana cream pie that she said came from one of her mother's cookbooks from the 1950s.
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By Ellen Hawks and Ellen Hawks,Staff Writer | June 30, 1993
Garlic shrimp and a Bon Bon pie? Just the thought of these flavors is almost as delicious as the taste.Diane Powell of Hydes, wanted a recipe similar to the shrimp and garlic served at Tio Pepe's restaurant. And, Patricia Leyh of Randallstown responded with a recipe about which she wrote, "My husband brought this recipe home and made the dish. It was very good."Leyh's shrimp and garlic1 can College Inn chicken broth6 to 8 cloves of garlic, minced1/4 cup chopped parsley1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper1 bay leaf2 tablespoons olive oil1 1/2 to 2 pounds medium shrimp,cleaned2 tablespoons dry white wine2 teaspoons lemon juice2 tablespoons cornstarchfew drops of Kitchen BouquetIn a skillet combine the oil, garlic, parsley, bay leaf and cayenne (go easier on cayenne if you prefer)
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By Matt Vensel | September 13, 2012
In the top of the ninth inning last night, with the Tampa Bay Rays threatening to break a 2-2 tie, rookie Manny Machado made a sparkling play at third base to help closer Jim Johnson get the Orioles out of the jam. Evan Longoria hit a dribbler down the third-base line. Machado charged, faked an emphatic throw to first base then spun and flipped the baseball to third to J.J. Hardy, who caught Rich Thompson off the bag. The stunned pinch runner was stuck in no man's land, and was eventually tagged out in a rundown for the third out. “ It just comes out ,” Machado told our beat writer, Eduardo A. Encina, after the game.
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By Julie Rothman and Julie Rothman,Special to the Sun | September 20, 2006
Leslie Jarzombek and her mother from Santa Rosa, Calif., were looking for a recipe for a sour-cream-raisin pie like the one they had at a small restaurant in southwest Idaho. The sour-cream part was rich and creamy with dark raisins throughout the filling. They thought that the pie was not baked. Ann Alien of Columbus, Miss., sent in a recipe for a no-bake raisin-sour cream pie. In Alien's recipe the filling is prepared in a double boiler and poured into a prebaked pie shell, then chilled and topped with sour cream, graham-cracker crumbs and lemon rind.
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By ELIZABETH LARGE | December 27, 1992
Mick's, Towson Commons, Towson, (410) 825-0071. Open every day for lunch and dinner. Appetizers, $1.75-$6.75; main courses, $4.75-$14.95. Major credit cards. No smoking area: yes. Wheelchair accessible: yes.Mick's is noteworthy first of all for having the most amazing promotion I've ever heard of. For one month after this newest restaurant in the Atlanta-based chain opened, kids ages 3 to 12 could go to the Towson library, pick up a form and draw on the back. The drawing would be good for free dinners for the artist and up to four family members.
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By Lou Ferrara and Lou Ferrara,Special to the Sun | February 28, 1992
An animal rights activist in a full-body, yellow-feathered chicken suit shoved a cream pie in the face of poultry magnate Frank Perdue today during a wild demonstration at a University of Maryland Board of Regents meeting in Baltimore.After a 10-minute chase around the University of Baltimore campus, police finally cornered the chicken impersonator and hauled her off to the Central District lockup, along with three other activists who interrupted the regents' meeting."Idiots are idiots, and that's all," said an upset Mr. Perdue after he had cleaned up and the meeting had resumed.
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By Matt Vensel | September 13, 2012
In the top of the ninth inning last night, with the Tampa Bay Rays threatening to break a 2-2 tie, rookie Manny Machado made a sparkling play at third base to help closer Jim Johnson get the Orioles out of the jam. Evan Longoria hit a dribbler down the third-base line. Machado charged, faked an emphatic throw to first base then spun and flipped the baseball to third to J.J. Hardy, who caught Rich Thompson off the bag. The stunned pinch runner was stuck in no man's land, and was eventually tagged out in a rundown for the third out. “ It just comes out ,” Machado told our beat writer, Eduardo A. Encina, after the game.
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By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Sun Staff Writer | June 15, 1994
State Sen. Michael J. Wagner got his just desserts yesterday at the hands of a gleeful 8-year-old with a pie in his hand and payback on his mind.The Ferndale senator had made the ultimate mistake. The second-grade class at Overlook Elementary had spent months planning and planting a "forest" behind the Linthicum school.The culmination of their work -- part of a social studies lesson on the importance of community involvement -- was to be a ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony with Mr. Wagner as the guest of honor.
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By Karol V. Menzie and Karol V. Menzie,Staff Writer | May 27, 1992
It's not too far from northwest Baltimore to Washington, but it's a long way from sponge cake with blue icing to Viennese Chocolate Fantasy Cake and Triple Chocolate Terrine. Ann Amernick knows, because that's the path she's traveled since growing up in Baltimore largely unaware of the culinary world (though "I loved Haussner's for the strawberry pie," she recalls) to being one of the more noted pastry chefs in the country.She has baked her famous cakes and tortes at the Big Cheese in Georgetown, Le Pavilion and Jean-Louis at the Watergate in D.C. and she was assistant pastry chef at the White House in 1980 and 1981.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | June 13, 2012
Brian Roberts had never been the recipient of a postgame shaving cream pie - the ones Orioles center fielder Adam Jones now ceremoniously delivers to unsuspecting daily heroes while they do interviews on the field after big wins. That changed after Tuesday's 8-6 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates at Camden Yards. Roberts played in his first major league game in nearly 13 months - his long, winding recovery from multiple concussions finally landing back at his rightful place atop the Orioles lineup.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | July 19, 2011
UPDATE (11:55 a.m.): The hearing was abruptly interrupted, and the camera went to a blank wall as a result of a disturbance in the hearing room at about 11:55 a.m. as the last questioner was addressing a question to Rupert Murdoch.  A replay of video showed a  spectator approaching Rupert Murdoch with a plate of white shaving cream. A CNN staffer in the room reports that the shaving cream hit Murdoch "squarely in the face. " Murdoch's wife, Wendi Deng, leapt to her husband's defense by throwing a punch at the man. Murdoch did not seem injured, and the spectator was removed by police.
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By Julie Rothman and Julie Rothman,Special to The Baltimore Sun | November 25, 2009
Gaila Droegemeier from Centerton, Ark., was hoping someone would have the recipe for a Weight Watchers oatmeal cookie. She had a recipe some years ago but misplaced it and she has not been able to reproduce the wholesome-tasting cookie to her satisfaction. A quick search on the Internet turned up several promising recipes. I tested one by Michelle Marshal that she posted on a site called Suite101.com. I decided not to tell my testers that it was a Weight Watchers cookie. Based upon how fast the batch was gobbled at my house, I doubt anyone was aware that the chewy and delicious cookies were also low fat and relatively low calorie.
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By Elinor Klivans and Elinor Klivans,Special to The Sun | February 7, 2007
On its own, homemade pudding is certain to soothe and comfort. With a few twists - whipped cream, a dash of spice, fresh fruit, bits of candy - pudding can quickly turn into something both fancy and fast. Making vanilla pastry cream, which is simply good, old-fashioned vanilla pudding, takes less than 10 minutes and can become the jumping-off point for a variety of flavors. Think dark or white chocolate, coffee, rum, liqueurs, citrus zest, cinnamon, coconut (plain or toasted) or crushed toffee.
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By Julie Rothman and Julie Rothman,Special to the Sun | September 20, 2006
Leslie Jarzombek and her mother from Santa Rosa, Calif., were looking for a recipe for a sour-cream-raisin pie like the one they had at a small restaurant in southwest Idaho. The sour-cream part was rich and creamy with dark raisins throughout the filling. They thought that the pie was not baked. Ann Alien of Columbus, Miss., sent in a recipe for a no-bake raisin-sour cream pie. In Alien's recipe the filling is prepared in a double boiler and poured into a prebaked pie shell, then chilled and topped with sour cream, graham-cracker crumbs and lemon rind.
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By Ruth Hakulin and Ruth Hakulin,SUN STAFF | August 1, 2004
Through the years, many people have come to America for a better chance in life. Among them was the Stavlas family, who migrated from the Isle of Astipalaia, Greece, in 1967. It is because of that Greek background that the family's restaurant, Hellas, on Veteran's Highway in Millersville, has such wonderful food. Many years ago, Gerasimos N. Stavlas and his brother, Michael Stavlas, decided to open a seafood restaurant in the Baltimore area. The G&M Restaurant & Lounge on Nursery Road in Linthicum Heights was famous for its crab cakes and other seafood.
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By Karol V. Menzie and Karol V. Menzie,Staff Writer | May 27, 1992
It's not too far from northwest Baltimore to Washington, but it's a long way from sponge cake with blue icing to Viennese Chocolate Fantasy Cake and Triple Chocolate Terrine. Ann Amernick knows, because that's the path she's traveled since growing up in Baltimore largely unaware of the culinary world (though "I loved Haussner's for the strawberry pie," she recalls) to being one of the more noted pastry chefs in the country.She has baked her famous cakes and tortes at the Big Cheese in Georgetown, Le Pavilion and Jean-Louis at the Watergate in D.C. and she was assistant pastry chef at the White House in 1980 and 1981.
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By MICHAEL & JANE STERN and MICHAEL & JANE STERN,Universal Press Syndicate | December 30, 1990
HANCOCK, N.Y. -- The bus stops here. Vacationers from New York who have a house in the hills of the nearby Catskills get off; those who are Binghamton-bound continue on their way. The bus doesn't have anything to do with the food you will eat at the Hancock Family Restaurant, but it does help create the ambience of an old-fashioned mom-and-pop beanery along the truck-and-bus route, where the specialty of the house is big pieces of pie -- at least a dozen...
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