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By Julie Rothman, For The Baltimore Sun | July 9, 2013
Mary Sloan Roby of Baltimore was looking for the recipe for the crab casserole from the old Robertson's Cafeteria in Charleston, S.C. She said it was very creamy and had cheddar cheese melted on the top. Carol Smith of Ellicott City, who said she enjoys researching recipes, thinks she has found it. It comes from an article in the Post & Courier newspaper in Charleston published in June 2006. Frank DuRoss, a manager at Robertson's, had sent in the recipe for the crab casserole from the legendary restaurant.
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By Julie Rothman, For The Baltimore Sun | July 9, 2013
Mary Sloan Roby of Baltimore was looking for the recipe for the crab casserole from the old Robertson's Cafeteria in Charleston, S.C. She said it was very creamy and had cheddar cheese melted on the top. Carol Smith of Ellicott City, who said she enjoys researching recipes, thinks she has found it. It comes from an article in the Post & Courier newspaper in Charleston published in June 2006. Frank DuRoss, a manager at Robertson's, had sent in the recipe for the crab casserole from the legendary restaurant.
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By Sherrie Clinton and Sherrie Clinton,Evening Sun Staff | September 11, 1991
Just about everyone loves the taste of fresh bananas. This easy recipe makes a delicious treat for any special occasion -- even if it's just dinner tonight.Very Easy Banana Pie1 large or 2 small bananas, peeled and sliced1 envelope plain gelatin1 cup water5 to 6 ice cubes1 0.9-ounce package sugar-free banana pudding1 teaspoon sugar1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon3/4 cup low-fat ricotta cheese1 Keebler chocolate-flavored ready-crust pie crustMint leaves for garnishExtra bananas for garnish2 squares semi-sweet chocolate for garnishPut gelatin in blender with two tablespoons water.
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Erik Maza and Midnight Sun | May 18, 2011
The Black-Eyed Susan has been the official cocktail of the Preakness Stakes since time immemorial. At least since the 1950s, estimates Pimlico Race Track historian Joe Kelly. The cocktail has been re-invented over the years, but not enough to satisfy people's complaints. Back in 1985, reporter Rob Kasper ran a contest to replace it with a new cocktail. It's time to give a coup another try. It's not like there isn't precedent. The White Carnation had been the official cocktail of the Belmont Stakes for years, until master mixologist Dale DeGroff suggested a change to his version of whiskey punch, which he called the Belmont Breeze.
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January 23, 1996
Barbara Garnish, daughter of Jack and Kay Garnish of Eldersburg, has been named interim artistic director for the Bainbridge Performing Arts company on Bainbridge Island, Wash.The new position was effective Jan. 1.She was director of the lighting department before being named interim artistic director.Ms. Garnish, who grew up in Eldersburg and is a graduate of McDonogh School in Owings Mills, began at Bainbridge Performing Arts in 1992 as lighting designer for "Neverending Story." Her recent work as associate director for "Peter Pan" marked her 18th show with the company.
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By [STEPHANIE SHAPIRO] | October 15, 2006
GARNISH BOUTIQUE 5724 Falls Road Hours: By appointment 410-464-0601 After graduating from Loyola College in 2002, Mia Isse took a circuitous route to her current occupation. Following a brief stay in dental school, she entered a graduate business program inWashington while working on the side for a wedding planner. It was the side track that captured her imagination, and in August, Isse opened Garnish, a boutique that specializes in attire and accessories for bridesmaids. Unlike more formal bridal salons, Garnish is refreshingly relaxed.
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By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Staff Writer | March 29, 1993
Nearly 200 people attended the Carroll County Women's Fair yesterday, leading organizers to deem their first effort a success."I feel it went very well," said Kay Garnish, who chaired the 28-member committee that organized the fair at Carroll Community College."
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | October 30, 2002
Jack Garnish knew he would find construction materials, volunteer builders and prospective homeowners in his quest to provide housing to the needy. But locating a reasonably priced building lot in Carroll County could present a problem. Persistence and networking paid off, said Garnish, president of the Carroll chapter of Habitat for Humanity. It took nearly two years, but he got a good deal on a small lot south of Westminster. Habitat, an international, faith-based organization that builds affordable housing, begins construction today on its first house in Carroll.
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By Sherrie Clinton and Sherrie Clinton,Evening Sun Staff | August 28, 1991
THE COMMONPLACE BECOMES extraordinary when seasonal melons are carved into tiny balls and flavored with a sweet liqueur.In addition to summer standards such as honeydews, be sure to try at least one unusual melon such as the Casaba, a moderately-sweet melon with pale yellow flesh or the Cranshaw, with pale orange flesh. Another choice would be the Canary melon with bright yellow flesh.Elegant Fruit SaladWatermelonCantaloupeHoneydewSweet liqueur, such as Cointreau or Grand MarinerLemons, for garnishMint, for garnishUsing a melon baller, carefully make small spheres of fruit.
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By Kerry O'Rourke and Kerry O'Rourke,Staff Writer | September 29, 1992
WESTMINSTER -- Women of all ages will be invited to the Carroll County Women's Fair in March -- a daylong educational event designed to build esprit de corps among women."
BUSINESS
By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | June 21, 2010
Mailed payments from delinquent debtors are still being routed to Mann Bracken — months after the Rockville debt-collection law firm collapsed and shut its doors. Figuring out who should get the money, garnisheed from the wages of people across the country, is one of the challenges facing the receiver appointed to oversee the firm's unwinding. Mann Bracken has opted to be placed into receivership by the Montgomery County Circuit Court, a seldom-used alternative to bankruptcy. Six months after the firm unraveled, Maryland's courts are still trying to sort out Mann Bracken's cases against debtors, claims against the firm are multiplying and more lawsuits are in the works.
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By Kate Shatzkin and Kate Shatzkin,SUN REPORTER | April 23, 2008
You might think of radishes as small and crunchy, insignificant bits of color to add to a salad or side dish. But radishes were once so venerated in Greece that gold replicas were made, according to the Centers for Disease Control's produce education Web site. And in Oaxaca, Mexico, radishes star in a Christmastime festival in which they're used to make elaborate sculptures. The most common radish is the Red Globe, the small round version with leafy green tops you might see in your local grocery store or farmers' market.
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By [STEPHANIE SHAPIRO] | October 15, 2006
GARNISH BOUTIQUE 5724 Falls Road Hours: By appointment 410-464-0601 After graduating from Loyola College in 2002, Mia Isse took a circuitous route to her current occupation. Following a brief stay in dental school, she entered a graduate business program inWashington while working on the side for a wedding planner. It was the side track that captured her imagination, and in August, Isse opened Garnish, a boutique that specializes in attire and accessories for bridesmaids. Unlike more formal bridal salons, Garnish is refreshingly relaxed.
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By EILS LOTOZO and EILS LOTOZO,PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER | July 9, 2006
Outside, accessories can add structure, texture, drama and wit. Think of a bench beckoning at the end of a path, a statue semi-shrouded in foliage, a fountain bubbling on a patio, a gate that suggests more green delights beyond. "Ornaments are something that can really reflect your personality in a garden," says Inta Krombolz, who has spent nearly 30 years turning her 3-acre West Chester, Pa., property into an award winner. Ancient Egyptians accented their green spaces with pools, pergolas and trees in earthenware pots.
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By JULIE ROTHMAN and JULIE ROTHMAN,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 1, 2006
Vonette Ball from Dearborn, Mich., was hoping someone would have a recipe that she lost for a quick and easy dish called Chicken Veronique. Many years ago it was printed on the side of a box of instant rice. What was most unusual about the dish was that it was garnished with seedless green grapes. Barbara Lehman of Fort Collins, Colo., saw Ball's request and thought immediately of a recipe she had seen in a Better Homes and Gardens wok cookbook she has had for many years. When I tested this recipe, I substituted boneless skinless chicken breasts for the whole, bone-in breasts the recipe called for. I cooked the rice while I was preparing the chicken, and the whole dish was ready in less than a half -hour.
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By Betty Rosbottom and Betty Rosbottom,Tribune Media Services | April 11, 2004
I am a bona fide food magazine junkie. Not only do I enjoy a number of American monthlies, but I'm also crazy about foreign publications. I read French culinary magazines during stays in France, and lately have been purchasing English and Australian issues at local bookstores. I'm always on the lookout for new trends in food and entertaining that can be turned into ideas for this column or for new recipes. My curiosity usually pays off, as it did a few weeks ago. While leafing through an Australian glossy, I spotted a potato salad with arugula and pancetta accents.
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By Peter Jensen and Peter Jensen,SUN STAFF | July 27, 2003
Pina Colada. Frozen Daiquiri. Blue Hawaiian. They all sound tempting right about now, don't they? In the heat of summer, nothing refreshes quite like a frozen blended cocktail. Alas, too many calories accompany these delights. A Pina Colada can pack about 500 or so, including nearly 5 grams of saturated fat - that's more than the average fast food hamburger. Unfortunately, some of those calories are unavoidable (another reason not to drink alcohol to excess), but some are not. Generally, frozen drinks that rely on whole fruits or certain unsweetened fruit juices (lemon or lime, for instance)
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