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By Peter Schmuck and The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2013
For the first five weeks of the season, the Orioles slogged through one of the toughest early season schedules in baseball and came out clean on the other side. An impressive display of power, timely hitting and solid relief that has made them one of the winningest teams in either league at the quarter pole. So, what happens? They get a quick breather against a couple of struggling teams and go 2-3 before wading into another long stretch of games that features three divisional rivals and tough series against the Detroit Tigers and Washington Nationals.
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By Peter Schmuck and The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2013
For the first five weeks of the season, the Orioles slogged through one of the toughest early season schedules in baseball and came out clean on the other side. An impressive display of power, timely hitting and solid relief that has made them one of the winningest teams in either league at the quarter pole. So, what happens? They get a quick breather against a couple of struggling teams and go 2-3 before wading into another long stretch of games that features three divisional rivals and tough series against the Detroit Tigers and Washington Nationals.
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NEWS
By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,Sun Staff Writer | March 8, 1994
A gray-haired great-grandmother was sentenced to life in prison yesterday for using a frying pan, two lamps and a can of beans to beat an elderly North Baltimore man to death."
NEWS
By Richard Gorelick and Richard Gorelick,Special to The Baltimore Sun | November 21, 2008
The good news for Baltimore chef Jill Snyder was that she had much more screen time on Episode 2 of this season's Top Chef. The bad news was that she was eliminated. The judges found fault with not only her ostrich-egg quiche (looked like "dog food," tasted like "glue"), but her half-hearted defense at the judges' table, too. An earlier Quickfire Challenge involving hot dogs didn't go so well for her either, when she appeared to take an easy way out with the assignment by not "making" her own hot dog. Snyder's next step is uncertain - she has left Red Maple, where she was executive chef.
FEATURES
By ROB KASPER | February 26, 1997
EVERY COOK has a favorite pan, an old reliable, a cooking vessel he feels comfortable working with.Mine is an old skillet, handed down to us from my wife's mother. It doesn't have sloping sides, a nonstick bottom, or a wooden handle, features that are often touted in the kitchen equipment reviews of modern magazines. It simply cooks things well.It is a metal frying pan, cast iron I think. It has steep, straight sides, which make it hard to clean. Its metal handle can burn the careless cook who tries to pick up the hot pan without wearing an insulated glove.
FEATURES
By ROB KASPER | April 21, 1993
In an effort to get the creative juices and the maple syrup flowing, I made a new kind of pancake for the family's Sunday morning breakfast. I baked the pancake in the oven.It turned out to be a flavorful, oversize pancake, more like a crepe than a flapjack.But there were howls of protest over its appearance at the breakfast table. The dominant pancake consumers of the clan, the 12-year-old and 8-year-old, did not welcome the newcomer. They wanted the "old pancakes, the ones Dad used to make."
NEWS
By Gus G. Sentementes | January 21, 2008
Howard County police were investigating yesterday an assault involving a gun and a frying pan, and three men who had been drinking alcohol in a North Laurel apartment, according to authorities. The only person who had been arrested was a 31-year-old man who, police say, tried to grab the gun that another man had displayed. Police said they were called for a disturbance at an apartment in the 9200 block of Livery Lane about 1:30 a.m. The authorities said that after a night of drinking, one man pulled out a handgun.
FEATURES
May 1, 1991
Armenian Lamb Stew2 pounds boneless lean leg of lamb, cut in 1 1/2 -inch cubes2 tablespoons butter2 medium yellow onions, peeled and coarsely chopped1 teaspoon salt1/2 teaspoon paprika1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper1/2 teaspoon ground allspice1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon1/4 cup tomato paste diluted with 1/2 cup water2 tablespoons dry red wineHeat a large frying pan and add the lamb and butter. Brown the meat and place it in a six-quart stove-top casserole, leaving the fat in the frying pan. Saute the onions in the reserved fat and add to the pot, along with the remaining ingredients except the wine.
NEWS
By Bill Talbott and Bill Talbott,Sun Staff Writer | March 4, 1994
An 18-year-old man, who police said slashed at a Taneytown officer with a butcher knife and swung at him with a frying pan, is being held in the Carroll County Detention Center in lieu of $10,000 bond.The suspect, William F. Burke of the 400 block of Red Tulip Court, Taneytown, also cut his wrist before surrendering to Officer Edward Engel about 4:40 a.m. Wednesday, Taneytown police said yesterday.He was charged by state police in Westminster with assault with intent to murder, assault, battery, malicious destruction of property and related counts.
FEATURES
By Joanne E. Morvay | August 12, 1998
* Item: Ore Ida Oven Chips* What you get: 9 servings* Cost: About $2* Preparation time: 4 to 7 minutes broiled, 5 to 10 minutes fried, 12 to 22 minutes baked* Review: Just when you thought Ore Ida had run out of ways to cook potatoes, here come oven chips. Thicker than the average potato chip, but thinner than a steak fry, these potato rounds are coated with a light and crispy batter. You can bake, broil or fry them. I didn't bother to deep-fry, but I did toss a handful in a frying pan with some fish, and the fries cooked up relatively grease-free.
NEWS
By ROB KASPER | February 13, 2008
When I should have left well enough alone, I strayed. It happens, in life and in recipes. I fooled around with the family's pancakes. The established recipe has served us well. It consists of a cup of flour; 3/4 teaspoon baking powder; 1/2 teaspoon baking soda; a scant amount, maybe 1/4 teaspoon, of salt; 1 egg; 1 cup buttermilk; and 2 tablespoons of butter. I mix the dry ingredients in a bowl, beat the egg, then pour the egg and buttermilk into the flour mixture. I melt the butter in a cast-iron frying pan, then pour all but what's needed to coat the pan into the batter and cook pancakes, one at a time.
NEWS
By Gus G. Sentementes | January 21, 2008
Howard County police were investigating yesterday an assault involving a gun and a frying pan, and three men who had been drinking alcohol in a North Laurel apartment, according to authorities. The only person who had been arrested was a 31-year-old man who, police say, tried to grab the gun that another man had displayed. Police said they were called for a disturbance at an apartment in the 9200 block of Livery Lane about 1:30 a.m. The authorities said that after a night of drinking, one man pulled out a handgun.
NEWS
By Peter Jensen and Peter Jensen,SUN STAFF | November 5, 2003
CANONSBURG, Pa. - Along a winding two-lane road amid the rolling hills about 20 miles southwest of Pittsburgh lies a couple of nondescript industrial buildings, noteworthy for one thing only - some of the world's finest cookware is manufactured inside. That's not just a lot of hot steel, either. Try holding an All-Clad skillet in your hand. You will feel the heft immediately. Then you will likely notice the craftsmanship, from the handle's oversized rivets to the stainless-steel cooking surface that's polished to a star-burst sparkle.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sandy Alexander and Sandy Alexander,Sun Staff | November 25, 2001
While many of us are still munching on leftover turkey and trimmings, two table-bound turkeys that managed to survive Thanksgiving are busy gobbling up feed made from corn, wheat, oats, green alfalfa meal and other grains. Liberty and Freedom, raised and named by North Carolina turkey farmer Nick Weaver, were chosen for the 2001 White House turkey-pardoning ceremony (Liberty got to hog the spotlight; Freedom waited in the wings as backup.) In an annual tradition that dates back to Abraham Lincoln, the National Turkey Federation presented President Bush with a turkey at the White House.
NEWS
By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | June 18, 2001
A little more flavor is expected in Ellicott City - this one seasoned, sizzling and an inch thick. The former Main Street Blues restaurant, damaged in a fire more than a year ago, will be the site of a new steakhouse run by Ellicott City resident Jordan Naftal. Naftal said he plans to sign a lease with building owner Michael A. Baldwin within days to create Jordan's Steak House in the newly renovated space. He hopes to open by fall. For Naftal, 42, the restaurant will be the fulfillment of a dream.
FEATURES
By Joanne E. Morvay | April 26, 2000
Pasteries make ideal breakfast for hurried set * Item: Pillsbury Toaster Scrambles * What you get: 6 one-pastry servings * Cost: About $2.20 * Preparation time: Just toast and eat * Review: The idea of egg-filled pastries warmed in the toaster was enough to make me want to put this box of Toaster Scrambles back in the frozen-food case. But after trying Pillsbury's latest a.m. edition, I'm glad I persevered. We sampled the Cheese, Egg and Bacon, and Cheese, Egg and Sausage flavors. Both offered relatively fresh ingredients in a light, buttery crust, making this an ideal breakfast for someone on the go. Even my dad -- who prefers his eggs fried and straight from the frying pan -- gave Toaster Scrambles high marks.
FEATURES
By Joanne E. Morvay | April 26, 2000
Pasteries make ideal breakfast for hurried set * Item: Pillsbury Toaster Scrambles * What you get: 6 one-pastry servings * Cost: About $2.20 * Preparation time: Just toast and eat * Review: The idea of egg-filled pastries warmed in the toaster was enough to make me want to put this box of Toaster Scrambles back in the frozen-food case. But after trying Pillsbury's latest a.m. edition, I'm glad I persevered. We sampled the Cheese, Egg and Bacon, and Cheese, Egg and Sausage flavors. Both offered relatively fresh ingredients in a light, buttery crust, making this an ideal breakfast for someone on the go. Even my dad -- who prefers his eggs fried and straight from the frying pan -- gave Toaster Scrambles high marks.
FEATURES
By Evening Sun Staff | May 2, 1991
Choreographer Chris Dohse sees dance in the pedestrian, "gestural" movements of every day life. A handicapped person getting on a bus, for example, offers him a universe of possibilities when building his work.When he gauges a dance, "The bottom line is if I see it and it looks like real people then I like it. If it looks [self-consciously] like, 'I'm dancing now,' I don't like it," says Dohse, 31.On the other hand, Dohse feels removed from the accomplished pyrotechnics of ballet, and much of modern dance.
FEATURES
By Joanne E. Morvay | August 12, 1998
* Item: Ore Ida Oven Chips* What you get: 9 servings* Cost: About $2* Preparation time: 4 to 7 minutes broiled, 5 to 10 minutes fried, 12 to 22 minutes baked* Review: Just when you thought Ore Ida had run out of ways to cook potatoes, here come oven chips. Thicker than the average potato chip, but thinner than a steak fry, these potato rounds are coated with a light and crispy batter. You can bake, broil or fry them. I didn't bother to deep-fry, but I did toss a handful in a frying pan with some fish, and the fries cooked up relatively grease-free.
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