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By Knight-Ridder News Service | November 30, 1992
CHICAGO -- The man who brought Chun King frozen egg roll to supermarkets nearly four decades ago will soon reintroduce a spicier version.At 74, Jeno Paulucci is headed back to his entrepreneurial past, with his Yu Sing line of Oriental foods being launched with egg rolls next year.New players have surfaced in Oriental foods, with brands such as Lean Cuisine, Budget Gourmet and Healthy Choice taking a bite of that market.None of them was around when Mr. Paulucci sold his Chun King operation to the old R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. in 1966 for $63 million.
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By Tony Glaros | July 1, 2013
A long line at Laurel Plaza June 28 heralded the grand opening of Grande Buffet and Grill, where the first 100 takers in the late-morning line were treated to free chow - as much of it as they wanted. As green, yellow, red and blue streamers met a steamy breeze, Laurel Deputy City Administrator Marty Flemion grabbed an oversize pair of scissors and officially opened the new, 530-seat eatery, most recently, the home of a discount furniture outlet. "Everybody hungry?" asked Flemion, rhetorically.
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By Ellen Hawks and Ellen Hawks,SUN STAFF | June 25, 1997
Making egg rolls from scratch is what Marlene Bauer of Brandon, S.D., wants to do. Carolyn E. Katkus of Crystal Lake, Ill., responded to her request with a recipe and two variations.Katkus wrote, "Several years ago I took private cooking lessons from a lady who was taught at the Shanghai Culinary Institute. I have enclosed the recipes she gave us and had us make. I suggest you purchase the wrappers. The better ones are the Philippine ones, which are much thinner. My husband and I make big lots of egg rolls, partially cook them, and freeze them in small units, usually four.
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by Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | January 23, 2013
On the night before most home games, Ravens players favor Sullivan's Steakhouse. And which Ravens roost at Sullivan's? The long list includes Haloti Ngata, Paul Kruger, Terrell Suggs, Ray Rice, Torrey Smith, Matt Birk, Justin Tucker, Bernard Pollard, Ma'ake Kemoeatu, Corey Graham and Michael Oher. Reps for the restaurant say that Ravens flip for chef Ben Erjavec's cheesesteak eggrolls.  The eggrolls are on the regular Sullivan's menu, but you can try making them yourself.
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By Janet Gilbert | February 17, 2008
Watching the Food Network can make your mouth water for exotic dishes that you can't possibly assemble after work. This is not a problem as an adult, because you would never think of preparing the featured dish immediately. Instead, you might make some mental notes for a future shopping list and tell yourself you'll print out the recipe from the Web site and prepare that extraordinary dish later, over the weekend. Then, when the weekend rolls around, you'll open up a bag of salad, throw some chicken on the grill and call it dinner.
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By Maria Hiaasen | January 7, 1998
Item: Chung's Egg RollsServings per package: 4Cost: $3.29Preparation time: 10 minutes in conventional oven, 1 minute in microwave oven, or 3 minutes in deep fryer.Review: Is it possible to find a crispy, lightly seasoned egg roll brimming with crunchy vegetables at the supermarket? Maybe, but this refrigerated version doesn't qualify. There's way too much garlic and onion here; I was overpowered the instant I opened a package. Even worse, I couldn't taste a difference in the vegetable- or shrimp-flavored varieties.
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By Robin Tunnicliff Reid and Robin Tunnicliff Reid,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 24, 2001
CHINESE food, once the most exotic of all "foreign" foods available in the United States, is now ubiquitous. Chances are good that there's a Chinese eatery near you - maybe called Lucky Dragon - regardless of whether you're in a city or the hills of eastern Kentucky. You know what's going to be on the menu, you know how it's going to taste, you even know each of the 12 Chinese astrological signs that appear on those paper place mats. So, in a neighborhood pockmarked with trendy places like Fells Point, you might walk right past Ding How (Chinese for "the best," proclaims the menu)
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By Kevin Cowherd | October 5, 1991
584 Cranbrook Road, Cockeysville. Hours: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sundays to Thursdays; 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. Phone: 667-4200.This unpretentious Chinese restaurant and carryout is located ia narrow storefront in the busy Cranbrook Shopping Center, where, teeming with traffic at 5 o'clock on a Saturday evening, you're lucky to make it out of the parking lot without getting run over.Let's get the bad news out of the way first. The egg rolls ($1.15) are only fair. It is almost impossible to screw up egg rolls, but somehow the folks at China King succeeded.
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By Sylvia H. Badger | May 11, 1991
CENTRAL ASIATowson Market Place (facing Goucher Boulevard) Hours: 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. seven days a week for lunch and dinner. Call 825-0200 or 825-0201. There are two Central Asia locations in the Towson area. I opted for the restaurant in Towson Market Place because its carryout shop in the Loch Raven Plaza Shopping Center is closed on Mondays.Have you ever seen a short Chinese menu? Nor have I, and this one is no exception.There are dozens of choices of soft noodles, chow mein, fried rice, chop suey, egg foo young, chef's suggestions and a list of 27 special dishes.
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By Ed Brandt | September 12, 1992
Sunrise2051 E. Joppa Road, Satyr Hill Shopping Center. Hours: Monday through Thursday, 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m; Friday and Saturday, 11:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.; Sunday, 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. (410) 668-1330. President Bush and Bill Clinton can find the latest political cliches in full operation at the Sunrise. There, father, mother, sons and daughters exhibit family values and work ethic at their best while politely dispensing steaming packages of Chinese carryout every day of the week.I'm cautious when it comes to the mysteries of a lengthy Chinese menu.
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By Joe Burris, The Baltimore Sun | April 25, 2011
As the Swansfield Elementary School students boarded six buses Monday for the trek from Columbia to the White House Easter Egg Roll, second-grader Jadaejah Matthews said she hoped to meet President Barack Obama. Classmate Masale Robi seconded that hope, adding that he wanted to ask Obama "how he learns tricks to play basketball. " The Swansfield party of 250 (including 175 students) were set to join more than 30,000 people participating in the annual event Monday that featured live music, sports courts, cooking stations, storytelling and Easter egg rolling on the White House South Lawn.
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By Dan Rodricks | January 22, 2011
Like President Barack Obama and President Hu Jintao of China, Verizon and I recently engaged in a summit. I called The Big V — truly, a communications superpower — to cancel my home phone. Rachel took the call for the company and put up pleasant resistance for nearly an hour. It became a test of wills and power. I want to drop my home phone, I told Rachel, but keep my Verizon Internet service. "May I ask why?" said she. Because I'm not using the land line.
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By Janet Gilbert | February 17, 2008
Watching the Food Network can make your mouth water for exotic dishes that you can't possibly assemble after work. This is not a problem as an adult, because you would never think of preparing the featured dish immediately. Instead, you might make some mental notes for a future shopping list and tell yourself you'll print out the recipe from the Web site and prepare that extraordinary dish later, over the weekend. Then, when the weekend rolls around, you'll open up a bag of salad, throw some chicken on the grill and call it dinner.
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By Holly Shiver and By Holly Shiver,SUN STAFF | May 25, 2005
New line of snacks for little mouths Summer's approaching and the kids soon will be raiding the refrigerator and freezer for easy-to-make afternoon snacks. Asian Sensations by Pagoda gives them something new and interesting to snack on. The line is available in 18 varieties, including the latest: Southwest Chicken Egg Rolls, Thai Style Chicken Mini Crisps, Crab Rangoon and Pizza Mini Egg Rolls. They are available in grocery stores nationwide and have a suggested retail price of $2.89.
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By Tom Waldron and Tom Waldron,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 22, 2004
I recently resumed my hunt for a good Chinese carryout. This time, I schlepped through a drenching rain to Reisterstown to China Moon. Located in a strip shopping area near Reisterstown Road, China Moon sent off a good vibe, thanks mainly to the counter man. Wearing glasses, a conservative tie and vest, he smoothly juggled a flurry of incoming calls and walk-in customers, occasionally pounding on a well-used adding machine with determined efficiency....
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By Karen Nitkin and Karen Nitkin,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 4, 2003
Lily's, a new restaurant in Howard County, is all over the map. The food seems to hail from everyplace warm, from Mexico and Argentina to New Orleans and Santa Fe. There's even something called Guadalupe egg rolls, surely a unique combination of Mexican and Chinese elements. You can have the usual burritos, chimichangas and fajitas here, as well as barbecued ribs or Yucatan shrimp. You can even get a burger. Usually, when a restaurant offers such a range of food, it is a bad sign. When a place tries to do too many things, it often winds up doing nothing well.
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By David Richardson and Cameron Barry and David Richardson and Cameron Barry,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 22, 2000
We have news for the uninitiated (like us): Burtonsville is a trek, and not a very scenic one. The other news is that Old Hickory Grille is worth the trip. The restaurant is in a strip shopping center that makes most of Baltimore's look glamorous by comparison. Inside, Old Hickory Grille is very, very plain, but clean. The serving staff doesn't look old enough to serve beer, let alone to keep a restaurant running smoothly, but this group is pleasant, professional and efficient. The real reasons this place turns up year after year on Washingtonian magazine's Best 100 and Cheap Eats lists are that the food is terrific and reasonably priced, and the servings are so generous that you could eat for a week on leftovers.
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By Holly Shiver and By Holly Shiver,SUN STAFF | May 25, 2005
New line of snacks for little mouths Summer's approaching and the kids soon will be raiding the refrigerator and freezer for easy-to-make afternoon snacks. Asian Sensations by Pagoda gives them something new and interesting to snack on. The line is available in 18 varieties, including the latest: Southwest Chicken Egg Rolls, Thai Style Chicken Mini Crisps, Crab Rangoon and Pizza Mini Egg Rolls. They are available in grocery stores nationwide and have a suggested retail price of $2.89.
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By Tom Waldron and Tom Waldron,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 2, 2002
China Moon is an unremarkable-looking storefront restaurant in a Lutherville shopping plaza. I suspect it's the kind of place where, if you visit enough, you'd find a couple of dishes that stand out and stick with them. China Moon sits in something of an annex to the Ridgely Plaza, just west of York Road. There are a few chairs in the small orange and yellow waiting area and an odd assortment of magazines, including a November 1996 issue of the US Air magazine. Only two people were working during a relatively busy lunch time, and our order took a good 25 minutes to prepare, a bit slow in my book.
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By Robin Tunnicliff Reid and Robin Tunnicliff Reid,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 24, 2001
CHINESE food, once the most exotic of all "foreign" foods available in the United States, is now ubiquitous. Chances are good that there's a Chinese eatery near you - maybe called Lucky Dragon - regardless of whether you're in a city or the hills of eastern Kentucky. You know what's going to be on the menu, you know how it's going to taste, you even know each of the 12 Chinese astrological signs that appear on those paper place mats. So, in a neighborhood pockmarked with trendy places like Fells Point, you might walk right past Ding How (Chinese for "the best," proclaims the menu)
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