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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | November 25, 1998
If the characters in "Home Fries" were anything more than one-note caricatures, the film might have been on to something.But they aren't, and the result is a fitfully amusing, relentlessly wry stab at black comedy that's more quirky than funny and manages to make even the usually effervescent Drew Barrymore boring.The film opens with a military helicopter chasing a guy through a field and literally scaring him to death -- all part of a plot by a pair of knucklehead brothers (Luke Wilson and Jake Busey)
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April 11, 2012
Lower Susquehanna Heritage Greenway 12th annual River Sweep, a volunteer shoreline and roadside clean-up in honor of Earth Day, will take place in Havre de Grace, Perryville, Port Deposit and on Garrett Island on Saturday April 21. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m., with the cleanup from 9 a.m. to noon, rain or shine. Volunteers will meet at 8:30 in one of the five locations for registration: Tydings Park, Havre de Grace; Community Park or the boat launch on River Road in Perryville; or Marina Park or Octoraro Creek in Port Deposit.
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By Raeanne Sarazen and Raeanne Sarazen,Special to the Sun | March 24, 2002
Unlike hamburgers that need some fat in the meat to produce a juicy burger, sloppy Joes can be made with lean ground beef because it is cooked in a sauce. Yes, it is a "sloppy" meal, especially for kids, but it also is quick and easy. For a change of pace, team the sandwiches with cubed pineapple and try frozen yogurt for dessert. MENU Sloppy Joes Home fries Cubed fresh pineapple Vanilla frozen yogurt with chocolate sauce Soda or beer TIME-SAVING TIPS * Instead of onions, use green onions, shallots or minced dried onion.
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April 6, 2012
Principio UMC on Route 7 in Perryville will be hosting a Lunch and Card Party on Thursday, April 12 from 11:30 to 3:30. Cost is $10 per person. Reservations must be made by Monday, April 9. Call Barbara, 410-642-3197 Join The Perryville Lions Club on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Store 19 at the Perryville Outlet to get your photo taken with the Easter Bunny. Support the Perryville Lions Club by visiting and get a photo with the bunny for only $5. Happy Easter, Perryville!
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November 28, 1991
On "Da Bears" segment on the most recent "Saturday Night Live," da Bears' fans celebrated Thanksgiving with a real Bears feast -- pork chops, ribs, kielbasa, strip steak and home fries (you expected turkey?) -- and then they gave thanks.Da Bears fans said, "On Thanksgiving, it's important to remember there are other places, gentleman, in the world that have things, well, some of the things they don't have that we take for granted. For example, Indianapolis, the Colts, a terrible team, with a really bad coach.
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By ROB KASPER | March 23, 1994
For an ordinary, at-home breakfast, I don't eat much. But when entertaining at a restaurant, I believe in strapping on the morning feed bag. The other morning I ate breakfast with a guy I work with, Larry Short, at his favorite feeding spot, Cherylee's Big Bear's Den in Dundalk. We polished off heaping plates of creamed chipped beef on toast with home fries.It was good. And it was a bargain. Two plates of creamed chipped beef on toast with coffee came to $9 and change. I paid, but as I listened to my companion talk about the essential qualities of a big, restaurant breakfast, I felt like I was the one who was being entertained.
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By Andrea F. Siegel | July 4, 1992
MILK & HONEY BISTRO 1777 Reisterstown Road. Hours: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sundays; 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays; 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Fridays; 2 hours after sundown Saturday to 1:30 a.m. Sunday. (410) 486-4344. If vegetarian fast foods translate to you as paltry meals only a rabbit can appreciate, you haven't been to Milk & Honey.There's no meat to be had here, but you won't miss it. This is a kosher vegetarian, dairy and fish place, serving up as hearty or as light a meal as suits you. Soups, sandwiches, salads, quiches, baked fish, pancakes, spaghetti, macaroni and cheese -- quite a variety.
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April 6, 2012
Principio UMC on Route 7 in Perryville will be hosting a Lunch and Card Party on Thursday, April 12 from 11:30 to 3:30. Cost is $10 per person. Reservations must be made by Monday, April 9. Call Barbara, 410-642-3197 Join The Perryville Lions Club on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Store 19 at the Perryville Outlet to get your photo taken with the Easter Bunny. Support the Perryville Lions Club by visiting and get a photo with the bunny for only $5. Happy Easter, Perryville!
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April 11, 2012
Lower Susquehanna Heritage Greenway 12th annual River Sweep, a volunteer shoreline and roadside clean-up in honor of Earth Day, will take place in Havre de Grace, Perryville, Port Deposit and on Garrett Island on Saturday April 21. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m., with the cleanup from 9 a.m. to noon, rain or shine. Volunteers will meet at 8:30 in one of the five locations for registration: Tydings Park, Havre de Grace; Community Park or the boat launch on River Road in Perryville; or Marina Park or Octoraro Creek in Port Deposit.
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Dan Rodricks | February 29, 2012
At our monthly breakfast gathering at the big round table by the kitchen at Jimmy's, the Fells Point diner, someone remarked that Ron Matz, the affable WJZ-TV reporter who frequently reports from there, looked dapper as a pallbearer in a black wool topcoat and dark suit. "I'm practicing for my next job, after I retire," Mr. Matz said. "I'm going to be a greeter at Sol Levinson. " Someone went a step further and suggested that Mr. Matz, a longtime Baltimore broadcaster, might finally make his fortune in retirement by anchoring live cablecasts of funerals from the Sol Levinson & Bros.
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Dan Rodricks | February 29, 2012
At our monthly breakfast gathering at the big round table by the kitchen at Jimmy's, the Fells Point diner, someone remarked that Ron Matz, the affable WJZ-TV reporter who frequently reports from there, looked dapper as a pallbearer in a black wool topcoat and dark suit. "I'm practicing for my next job, after I retire," Mr. Matz said. "I'm going to be a greeter at Sol Levinson. " Someone went a step further and suggested that Mr. Matz, a longtime Baltimore broadcaster, might finally make his fortune in retirement by anchoring live cablecasts of funerals from the Sol Levinson & Bros.
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By Tom Waldron and Tom Waldron,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 24, 2002
Iam pleased to be able to recommend the Stables Country Kitchen in Westminster. However, I would advise you to consult a cardiologist before you try this no-frills, high-cholesterol eatery. The Country Kitchen occupies a small two-story house, clad in yellow siding and decorated with fading American pennants. It sits at the well-traveled intersection of East Main Street and Maryland Route 97 on the outskirts of downtown Westminster, and is connected with the full-service Stables Restaurant and Lounge.
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By Raeanne Sarazen and Raeanne Sarazen,Special to the Sun | March 24, 2002
Unlike hamburgers that need some fat in the meat to produce a juicy burger, sloppy Joes can be made with lean ground beef because it is cooked in a sauce. Yes, it is a "sloppy" meal, especially for kids, but it also is quick and easy. For a change of pace, team the sandwiches with cubed pineapple and try frozen yogurt for dessert. MENU Sloppy Joes Home fries Cubed fresh pineapple Vanilla frozen yogurt with chocolate sauce Soda or beer TIME-SAVING TIPS * Instead of onions, use green onions, shallots or minced dried onion.
FEATURES
By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | November 25, 1998
If the characters in "Home Fries" were anything more than one-note caricatures, the film might have been on to something.But they aren't, and the result is a fitfully amusing, relentlessly wry stab at black comedy that's more quirky than funny and manages to make even the usually effervescent Drew Barrymore boring.The film opens with a military helicopter chasing a guy through a field and literally scaring him to death -- all part of a plot by a pair of knucklehead brothers (Luke Wilson and Jake Busey)
FEATURES
By ROB KASPER | March 23, 1994
For an ordinary, at-home breakfast, I don't eat much. But when entertaining at a restaurant, I believe in strapping on the morning feed bag. The other morning I ate breakfast with a guy I work with, Larry Short, at his favorite feeding spot, Cherylee's Big Bear's Den in Dundalk. We polished off heaping plates of creamed chipped beef on toast with home fries.It was good. And it was a bargain. Two plates of creamed chipped beef on toast with coffee came to $9 and change. I paid, but as I listened to my companion talk about the essential qualities of a big, restaurant breakfast, I felt like I was the one who was being entertained.
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By Marlene Sorosky and Marlene Sorosky,Contributing Writer | September 13, 1992
Ever wonder how many times a new recipe is tested before it appears in the newspaper or a cookbook? Luckily, most of them do not need as many trials as the eggplant, tomato and pesto torte in this menu. Creating it took almost as long as building a Roman aqueduct.It began innocently enough. All I wanted was to develop a brunch that fit in with today's lifestyle: Out with bacon, eggs and home fries -- in with fresh vegetables and fruits; out with lengthy, involved preparations -- in with short, simple assembly; out with last-minute frenzy -- in with organized calm; out with fancy table settings -- in with help-yourself buffets.
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By Tom Waldron and Tom Waldron,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 24, 2002
Iam pleased to be able to recommend the Stables Country Kitchen in Westminster. However, I would advise you to consult a cardiologist before you try this no-frills, high-cholesterol eatery. The Country Kitchen occupies a small two-story house, clad in yellow siding and decorated with fading American pennants. It sits at the well-traveled intersection of East Main Street and Maryland Route 97 on the outskirts of downtown Westminster, and is connected with the full-service Stables Restaurant and Lounge.
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By Marlene Sorosky and Marlene Sorosky,Contributing Writer | September 13, 1992
Ever wonder how many times a new recipe is tested before it appears in the newspaper or a cookbook? Luckily, most of them do not need as many trials as the eggplant, tomato and pesto torte in this menu. Creating it took almost as long as building a Roman aqueduct.It began innocently enough. All I wanted was to develop a brunch that fit in with today's lifestyle: Out with bacon, eggs and home fries -- in with fresh vegetables and fruits; out with lengthy, involved preparations -- in with short, simple assembly; out with last-minute frenzy -- in with organized calm; out with fancy table settings -- in with help-yourself buffets.
FEATURES
By Andrea F. Siegel | July 4, 1992
MILK & HONEY BISTRO 1777 Reisterstown Road. Hours: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sundays; 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays; 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Fridays; 2 hours after sundown Saturday to 1:30 a.m. Sunday. (410) 486-4344. If vegetarian fast foods translate to you as paltry meals only a rabbit can appreciate, you haven't been to Milk & Honey.There's no meat to be had here, but you won't miss it. This is a kosher vegetarian, dairy and fish place, serving up as hearty or as light a meal as suits you. Soups, sandwiches, salads, quiches, baked fish, pancakes, spaghetti, macaroni and cheese -- quite a variety.
SPORTS
November 28, 1991
On "Da Bears" segment on the most recent "Saturday Night Live," da Bears' fans celebrated Thanksgiving with a real Bears feast -- pork chops, ribs, kielbasa, strip steak and home fries (you expected turkey?) -- and then they gave thanks.Da Bears fans said, "On Thanksgiving, it's important to remember there are other places, gentleman, in the world that have things, well, some of the things they don't have that we take for granted. For example, Indianapolis, the Colts, a terrible team, with a really bad coach.
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