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By Rita Calvert and Rita Calvert,Special to the Sun | January 28, 1998
When icy winter winds blow from the north, transport yourself to a Southern sun-drenched island with this amazingly carefree menu. With the help of some quality canned products, you can prepare this chowder in about 10 minutes. Sprinkle some chopped dry-roasted peanuts over a garden salad and for dessert, fan wedges of tropical fruit and top with crunchy toasted coconut.Trade Winds Sweet Potato ChowderServes 41 (16 ounce) can sweet potatoes or yams, drained2 1/2 cups vegetable or chicken stock1 cup milk1 pound frozen bag broccoli, corn and red bell peppers1 (15 1/2 ounce)
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By Kit Waskom Pollard | August 20, 2013
“People go crazy over our chicken salad,” says Eriksson Hill of Harford County's popular WOLO Food Truck. From his mobile restaurant, operated with partner John Schonacher, Hill serves “Food That Rocks!” In this fun, flavorful spin on chicken salad, roasted jalapeños and Old Bay provide subtle heat while dried cranberries and cider vinegar add a tangy edge. WOLO Food Truck “We Only Live Once” woloeats.com WOLO Chicken Salad Serves 8 Chef Hill uses a food processor to make quick work of the chopping and dicing.
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By Karol V. Menzie | August 1, 1992
1055 Taylor Ave., Towson. Hours: 9 a.m. to 11p.m. Mondays to Thursdays; 9 a.m. to midnightFridays; noon till midnight Saturdays; noon till10 p.m. Sundays. (410) 337-2424.You might think that a food establishment bearing the name of a baseball player would be more concerned with memorabilia than menu, but Rick Dempsey's manages to combine them nicely, thank you.There are photos, a nice mural of some Dempsey antics, and some player signatures on the wall. But there are also 24 unusual pizzas on the menu (Mr. Dempsey's uniform number)
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By Tom Waldron and Tom Waldron,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 16, 2004
A certain desultory approach to service at Pacific Seafood in Baltimore's Mount Vernon neighborhood did not bode well for dinner on a recent Monday night. Nor did the fact that the soft-shell crab dinner listed on the menu was no longer offered, as the bored cashier informed us. But we forged ahead and ordered an eclectic range of food, from crab cakes and fries to pizza and cheesecake. For the most part, we had a satisfying meal. Pacific is a straightforward place with no seats for waiting.
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By Kit Waskom Pollard | August 20, 2013
“People go crazy over our chicken salad,” says Eriksson Hill of Harford County's popular WOLO Food Truck. From his mobile restaurant, operated with partner John Schonacher, Hill serves “Food That Rocks!” In this fun, flavorful spin on chicken salad, roasted jalapeños and Old Bay provide subtle heat while dried cranberries and cider vinegar add a tangy edge. WOLO Food Truck “We Only Live Once” woloeats.com WOLO Chicken Salad Serves 8 Chef Hill uses a food processor to make quick work of the chopping and dicing.
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By Colleen Pierre, R.D. and Colleen Pierre, R.D.,Contributing Writer | December 7, 1993
Energize your shopping this year. Stop for a quick bite before you indulge in shopping fun.Nothing is worse than shopping on an empty stomach, whether you're skipping lunch to squeeze in chores or hitting the stores straight from a hard day's work.Going too long without eating makes most people tired, cranky, irritable and just no fun to be around. Feeling hassled drives the joy from the holiday preparations that would otherwise give us lots of pleasure.Malls and shopping districts have set a festive stage with plenty of lights and decorations.
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By Karen Nitkin and Karen Nitkin,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 4, 2001
Twelve years ago, Ali Shirvan opened Waterloo Pizza in an Elkridge shopping center. The business did well, but Shirvan always thought he would enjoy serving the kind of Middle Eastern food he knew best. A few days ago, he opened Waterloo Kabob a few doors down from his pizza place. "There was a need for it," he said, adding that many people traveled to Washington for good Middle Eastern food. Waterloo Pizza and Waterloo Kabob are small restaurants, with most of the business in the form of carryout meals or delivery service.
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By Tom Waldron and Tom Waldron,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 16, 2004
A certain desultory approach to service at Pacific Seafood in Baltimore's Mount Vernon neighborhood did not bode well for dinner on a recent Monday night. Nor did the fact that the soft-shell crab dinner listed on the menu was no longer offered, as the bored cashier informed us. But we forged ahead and ordered an eclectic range of food, from crab cakes and fries to pizza and cheesecake. For the most part, we had a satisfying meal. Pacific is a straightforward place with no seats for waiting.
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By ELIZABETH LARGE | August 2, 1992
John Steven Ltd., 1800 Thames St., (410) 327-5561. Open every day for lunch and dinner. MC, V. No-smoking area: no. Wheelchair access: no.Charles Doering was getting ready to open a bar on Thames Street some 15 years ago, but he couldn't decide on a name. Then his 5-year-old son suggested they call it John Steven, after his teddy bear. Doering liked the idea, and the rest is Fells Point history.John Steven Ltd. is one of the area's most popular bars, but it isn't known for its food because it's never served much.
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 24, 2003
One Canton restaurant has spent the winter in a slow metamorphosis. This spring, the Kiss Cafe blooms with new red and yellow awnings and umbrellas outside. Inside, the look, the menu and the entertainment have morphed, too. When owner Victor Ganderson first laid his Kiss in the Can Company last fall, it took over the part of the defunct bookstore that had been occupied by Donna's. He's spent the winter making changes. Now, a light wood wall with backlit circle cutouts encloses the eatery.
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 24, 2003
One Canton restaurant has spent the winter in a slow metamorphosis. This spring, the Kiss Cafe blooms with new red and yellow awnings and umbrellas outside. Inside, the look, the menu and the entertainment have morphed, too. When owner Victor Ganderson first laid his Kiss in the Can Company last fall, it took over the part of the defunct bookstore that had been occupied by Donna's. He's spent the winter making changes. Now, a light wood wall with backlit circle cutouts encloses the eatery.
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By Karen Nitkin and Karen Nitkin,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 4, 2001
Twelve years ago, Ali Shirvan opened Waterloo Pizza in an Elkridge shopping center. The business did well, but Shirvan always thought he would enjoy serving the kind of Middle Eastern food he knew best. A few days ago, he opened Waterloo Kabob a few doors down from his pizza place. "There was a need for it," he said, adding that many people traveled to Washington for good Middle Eastern food. Waterloo Pizza and Waterloo Kabob are small restaurants, with most of the business in the form of carryout meals or delivery service.
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By Rita Calvert and Rita Calvert,Special to the Sun | January 28, 1998
When icy winter winds blow from the north, transport yourself to a Southern sun-drenched island with this amazingly carefree menu. With the help of some quality canned products, you can prepare this chowder in about 10 minutes. Sprinkle some chopped dry-roasted peanuts over a garden salad and for dessert, fan wedges of tropical fruit and top with crunchy toasted coconut.Trade Winds Sweet Potato ChowderServes 41 (16 ounce) can sweet potatoes or yams, drained2 1/2 cups vegetable or chicken stock1 cup milk1 pound frozen bag broccoli, corn and red bell peppers1 (15 1/2 ounce)
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By Colleen Pierre, R.D. and Colleen Pierre, R.D.,Contributing Writer | December 7, 1993
Energize your shopping this year. Stop for a quick bite before you indulge in shopping fun.Nothing is worse than shopping on an empty stomach, whether you're skipping lunch to squeeze in chores or hitting the stores straight from a hard day's work.Going too long without eating makes most people tired, cranky, irritable and just no fun to be around. Feeling hassled drives the joy from the holiday preparations that would otherwise give us lots of pleasure.Malls and shopping districts have set a festive stage with plenty of lights and decorations.
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By ELIZABETH LARGE | August 2, 1992
John Steven Ltd., 1800 Thames St., (410) 327-5561. Open every day for lunch and dinner. MC, V. No-smoking area: no. Wheelchair access: no.Charles Doering was getting ready to open a bar on Thames Street some 15 years ago, but he couldn't decide on a name. Then his 5-year-old son suggested they call it John Steven, after his teddy bear. Doering liked the idea, and the rest is Fells Point history.John Steven Ltd. is one of the area's most popular bars, but it isn't known for its food because it's never served much.
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By Karol V. Menzie | August 1, 1992
1055 Taylor Ave., Towson. Hours: 9 a.m. to 11p.m. Mondays to Thursdays; 9 a.m. to midnightFridays; noon till midnight Saturdays; noon till10 p.m. Sundays. (410) 337-2424.You might think that a food establishment bearing the name of a baseball player would be more concerned with memorabilia than menu, but Rick Dempsey's manages to combine them nicely, thank you.There are photos, a nice mural of some Dempsey antics, and some player signatures on the wall. But there are also 24 unusual pizzas on the menu (Mr. Dempsey's uniform number)
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By Rita Calvert and Rita Calvert,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 17, 1998
In the beautifully written "Under the Tuscan Sun," Frances Mayes takes us on a wonderful journey through the hills and history of Tuscany, Italy. You can hear the bees and smell the fruit and food aromas.Her recipes are written in the authentic cooking style of Italy ... a dab here, a handful there, but here I have added more specific measurements.The rest of the meal is as simple and fresh as the book. Serve a basic pasta or rice dish to sop up the juices, add a garden salad. Dessert might possibly be fresh cherries steeped in red wine.
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By Lou Cedrone | September 29, 1990
ITALIAN GARDENS, Kenilworth Park Mall, Kenilworth Avenue, Towson.Open Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. No orders after 8:30 p.m. Phone: 821-0292.The Italian Gardens restaurant is nestled in the Kenilworth Shopping Mall just off the Beltway between Charles Street Extended and Bosley Avenue. It isn't easy to find, but it is worth finding.You can sit down in the dining area and get table service, or you can order and take out. Service is prompt and the employees are friendly. That's always a big plus.
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