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By Joanne E. Morvay | October 13, 1999
* Item: Oven Fry Fish Fry* What you get: Enough mix to coat 24 small fish fillets* Cost: About $2* Preparation time: Coat fish and fry; or bake for 12 to 20 minutes* Review: When I lived in Milwaukee several years ago, I got hooked on a great local tradition: the Friday night fish fry. Of course, that was when I could still eat fried foods without feeling guilty. Oven Fry's new coating mix solves that problem. The cornmeal-and-flour-based mix is flavored with onion, garlic and paprika. The baked-in-the-oven fish (I used ocean perch fillets)
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March 5, 2011
Recreational anglers and state fisheries managers struck gold — literally — a few years back when they decided to work together to coax the first fish of spring back to its rightful place at the front of the calendar. Saturday, they celebrated their success. At North East Town Park, a waterfront spot in Cecil County with plenty of piers and shoreline, anglers of all ages reeled in a mess of yellow perch. These golden fish with distinctive black markings are welcomed at any fish fry. As the sun played peek-a-boo with the clouds, little guys barely bigger than a bait bucket, fashion-conscious teen-aged girls and senior citizens cast and retrieved, laughed and teased, and knocked the rust off fishing skills that most of them had put on the shelf before Thanksgiving.
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By Marcia Myers and Marcia Myers,SUN STAFF | October 5, 1997
CRISFIELD -- Somewhere between the first ticket sales and the final moments before the trout was breaded, the potato salad mixed and the band tuned, this fishing town's Terrapin Sands Fish Fry became something more than a simple fund-raiser.It became an act of defiance. A counterattack by people fed up with Pfiesteria piscicida, the microorganism blamed for illnesses in humans and fish, and all the negative publicity it has brought. A weapon for a town exasperated that the problem has tainted, however unfairly, the image of all Chesapeake Bay seafood.
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By Andrew A. Green and John Fritze and Andrew A. Green and John Fritze,Sun reporters | October 22, 2006
The candidates for governor kicked off the stretch run for next month's election with a hectic day of campaigning yesterday, personally reaching out to hundreds of potential voters in a race that has been dominated to date by a bitter television advertising war. Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. held a rally and a fish fry, with some door knocking in between, turning to personal contact with voters. Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley crammed his day with public appearances that included making remarks at the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation's Race for the Cure and speaking to teachers at an Ocean City conference.
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By Jean Marbella and Jean Marbella,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | June 28, 2002
SPRING GREEN, Wis. - Let the rest of the world have its seared Ahi tuna or grilled sea bass, its sushi and sashimi. If it's Friday in Wisconsin, there's only one way to have your fish and eat it, too - fried. The Friday fish fry is a tradition in the state where everyone seems to celebrate the end of the work week by heading to a favorite restaurant, tavern, church hall or VFW lodge for a platter of fish - most often battered and deep-fried. "Like lemmings to the sea," Jeff Hagen jokes on a recent Friday night as he enjoys the fish fry at the Post House, a restaurant in the quiet downtown of this southwest Wisconsin community.
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By Vicki Wellford and Vicki Wellford,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 5, 1996
ARCHBISHOP KEOUGH COUNCIL of the Order of the Knights of Columbus joins other councils throughout the world to honor deceased members with a Memorial Mass at 8 p.m. tomorrow in Columbian Hall on Becknel Ave in Odenton.The Rev. John Harrison, council chaplain, will be the celebrant. After his homily, 36 candles in a large wooden cross will be lighted one by one as the names of the deceased members are called out in order of the anniversary dates of their deaths.Relatives and friends of the deceased are invited to attend.
NEWS
March 27, 1998
Volunteers from the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Cub Scouts and other individuals plan to spend Sunday afternoon planting cuttings that they hope will grow into trees along Little Pipe Creek in Union Bridge.The planting is part of a state-sponsored rehabilitation and wetland restoration to reduce flooding that periodically sends Little Pipe Creek over its banks.Volunteers will plant cuttings from willows that will root in eight months to a year "as long as the stream doesn't wash them away," said Jennifer Hicks, habitat restoration trainer for the foundation.
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By Vicki Wellford and Vicki Wellford,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 25, 1997
ARCHBISHOP KEOUGH Council, Knights of Columbus will hold its annual Easter egg hunt from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday at the council home on Becknel Road in Odenton. Children 10 and under are invited. The Easter bunny will be appear. For additional information, call Bill Howerton at 410-674-0143.The council will hold its fourth monthly breakfast of the year from 8 a.m. to noon April 6. The menu will include orange juice, eggs or omelet, toast, ham, sausage, bacon, gravy on biscuit, pancakes, hash browns, coffee or tea. The cost is $4 for adults and $2 for children 6 to 12. Carol and Kevin Bailey will be honored as family of the month for their help at functions during the current administration.
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By Christina Bittner and Christina Bittner,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 2, 2000
ACCORDING TO Wendy Walker, training coordinator of the Baltimore City Child Care Resource Center, it's never too early to begin to build a child's self-esteem. "Parents should really start while the child is in the womb," she says. To assist parents, Walker will lead a workshop, "Winning Ways of Working With Young Children, Boosting Their Self-Esteem," at 10: 30 a.m. Thursday at the Brooklyn branch of the Enoch Pratt Free Library. Washington maintains that children understand more than adults give them credit for and are able to pick up on little mannerisms that most adults would think go unnoticed.
NEWS
March 8, 2002
The Orchard Beach Volunteer Fire Department is sponsoring a dance and game night for children ages 8 to 12 from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. today in its hall, 7549 Solley Road. The cost is $4. Food and refreshments will be sold. Information: 410-218-1814 or 410-255-0921. County dietitians to offer samples of healthful food Dietitians from the county Health Department will offer samples of healthful foods to shoppers at Lauer's IGA on Fort Smallwood Road from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. today and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. tomorrow and Sunday.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | February 6, 2005
It's the Friday night fish fry, and Nanny's boarding house is rocking. Women in brightly colored satin dresses and death-defying stiletto heels shake and grind to the hard-driving boogie-woogie beat. Men in sleek suits and pointy-toed shoes match their partners move for move until it seems as if the walls of the house itself are throbbing in time to the music. The air is electric with sex, and you can almost smell the cologne, sweat and fish frying in crackling grease as the camera follows a smiling, handkerchief-waving, grand-looking middle-aged woman who is making her way across the dance floor and working the room like a politician.
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By Karen Nitkin and Karen Nitkin,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 11, 2004
Every neighborhood needs a place like Brookey's, an old-fashioned family-run restaurant where patrons can eat home fries and omelets after church, then come back later in the day for a beer and a pork-chop dinner. Most of the food at Brookey's, a 5-year-old restaurant on a busy stretch of Belair Road, is made on the premises, and none of it is sophisticated. Breakfast items, including grits, scrapple and chipped beef, are served till 2 every afternoon. After that, choices run to such tried-and-true fare as club sandwiches, lasagna, meatloaf and fried chicken.
NEWS
By Jean Marbella and Jean Marbella,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | June 28, 2002
SPRING GREEN, Wis. - Let the rest of the world have its seared Ahi tuna or grilled sea bass, its sushi and sashimi. If it's Friday in Wisconsin, there's only one way to have your fish and eat it, too - fried. The Friday fish fry is a tradition in the state where everyone seems to celebrate the end of the work week by heading to a favorite restaurant, tavern, church hall or VFW lodge for a platter of fish - most often battered and deep-fried. "Like lemmings to the sea," Jeff Hagen jokes on a recent Friday night as he enjoys the fish fry at the Post House, a restaurant in the quiet downtown of this southwest Wisconsin community.
NEWS
March 8, 2002
The Orchard Beach Volunteer Fire Department is sponsoring a dance and game night for children ages 8 to 12 from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. today in its hall, 7549 Solley Road. The cost is $4. Food and refreshments will be sold. Information: 410-218-1814 or 410-255-0921. County dietitians to offer samples of healthful food Dietitians from the county Health Department will offer samples of healthful foods to shoppers at Lauer's IGA on Fort Smallwood Road from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. today and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. tomorrow and Sunday.
FEATURES
By Amanda J. Crawford and Amanda J. Crawford,SUN STAFF | November 15, 2001
The sun rose over the Everglades in brilliant pink and purple hues as thousands of bodies swayed near exhaustion to the trippy tunes of the world's biggest jam band. Phish, the Vermont-grown quartet adored by transient followers while mostly ignored by the mainstream music machine, had pulled off an amazing feat, drawing nearly 80,000 fans from across the country to the quiet Big Cypress Seminole Reservation near Miami for New Year's Eve 1999. That first painted Florida dawn of 2000 marked the end of a marathon set that had begun before midnight and gone nonstop for almost eight hours.
NEWS
By Christina Bittner and Christina Bittner,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 2, 2000
ACCORDING TO Wendy Walker, training coordinator of the Baltimore City Child Care Resource Center, it's never too early to begin to build a child's self-esteem. "Parents should really start while the child is in the womb," she says. To assist parents, Walker will lead a workshop, "Winning Ways of Working With Young Children, Boosting Their Self-Esteem," at 10: 30 a.m. Thursday at the Brooklyn branch of the Enoch Pratt Free Library. Washington maintains that children understand more than adults give them credit for and are able to pick up on little mannerisms that most adults would think go unnoticed.
ENTERTAINMENT
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | February 6, 2005
It's the Friday night fish fry, and Nanny's boarding house is rocking. Women in brightly colored satin dresses and death-defying stiletto heels shake and grind to the hard-driving boogie-woogie beat. Men in sleek suits and pointy-toed shoes match their partners move for move until it seems as if the walls of the house itself are throbbing in time to the music. The air is electric with sex, and you can almost smell the cologne, sweat and fish frying in crackling grease as the camera follows a smiling, handkerchief-waving, grand-looking middle-aged woman who is making her way across the dance floor and working the room like a politician.
NEWS
By Ellen Gamerman and Ellen Gamerman,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | August 30, 1999
SKANEATELES, N.Y. -- Long after announcing that the Clintons are not welcome at his fish fry when their much-publicized vacation begins here today, Doug Clark is still getting hate mail. So the restaurateur with a fishhook in his cap did something in this tiny lakeside village that might strike a chord in Bill Clinton's Washington:He called his lawyer."My lawyer says I gotta keep my mouth shut," said Clark, owner of Doug's Fish Fry, who nevertheless went on to explain, in the latest of dozens of interviews on the subject, why he believes the Clintons have corrupted American politics and offended his sense of morality.
FEATURES
By Joanne E. Morvay | October 13, 1999
* Item: Oven Fry Fish Fry* What you get: Enough mix to coat 24 small fish fillets* Cost: About $2* Preparation time: Coat fish and fry; or bake for 12 to 20 minutes* Review: When I lived in Milwaukee several years ago, I got hooked on a great local tradition: the Friday night fish fry. Of course, that was when I could still eat fried foods without feeling guilty. Oven Fry's new coating mix solves that problem. The cornmeal-and-flour-based mix is flavored with onion, garlic and paprika. The baked-in-the-oven fish (I used ocean perch fillets)
NEWS
By Ellen Gamerman and Ellen Gamerman,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | August 30, 1999
SKANEATELES, N.Y. -- Long after announcing that the Clintons are not welcome at his fish fry when their much-publicized vacation begins here today, Doug Clark is still getting hate mail. So the restaurateur with a fishhook in his cap did something in this tiny lakeside village that might strike a chord in Bill Clinton's Washington:He called his lawyer."My lawyer says I gotta keep my mouth shut," said Clark, owner of Doug's Fish Fry, who nevertheless went on to explain, in the latest of dozens of interviews on the subject, why he believes the Clintons have corrupted American politics and offended his sense of morality.
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