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By Edward Lee | February 17, 2012
Friday's editions included a Q&A with Towson junior attackman Matt Hughes. Due to space constraints, here are some answers that didn't make the cut. Did you play another sport when you were growing up? Yeah, I played ice hockey. Why did you choose lacrosse over ice hockey? I think I could say that I was probably a better ice hockey player, but I just felt like lacrosse was more of my type of thing. Just the tradition of the game, the style of the game.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | October 6, 2014
DETROIT - In the aftermath of the Orioles' American League Division Series win over the Detroit Tigers, we wanted to share some quotes that may not have made it into print. The Orioles had plenty to say. Here are some of the team's key figures talking about Sunday's series-clinching win:  Buck Showalter on whether he could have predicted Nelson Cruz's impact: “Heavens, no.  We just felt like it was a good fit where he was, not necessarily in his career, but his mindset going into the season.  I think Nelson, not a vindictiveness, he knows things were self-inflicted.  He really wanted to establish himself, reestablish himself, and we thought we could provide a real good opportunity for him, and the sky might be the limit.  But we weren't that smart.
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By Rob Kasper, The Baltimore Sun | June 25, 2010
Just as the Sunday morning Baltimore Farmers' Market underneath the Jones Falls Expressway was winding down, Arthur G. Morgan was gearing up for action. At noon Morgan hustled around the market picking up blue plastic bins filled with donated produce. Exchanging pleasantries with the merchants, he collected mounds of carrots, baskets of cucumbers, mountains of greens, a bin of apples, some herbs and several boxes of ripe Eastern Shore tomatoes. He piled the goods into the back of his aged Silverado and drove a few blocks up the Fallsway to Our Daily Bread.
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By Andrea K. Walker, The Baltimore Sun | May 31, 2014
Maryland will not need to ask the federal government for additional grant money to build a new health exchange that will replace the faulty one the state was forced to scrap. Health Secretary Joshua M. Sharfstein, also chair of the board that oversees Maryland's exchange, said late Friday that there is enough money left over from building the first exchange plus funding through Medicaid to cover the $40 million to $50 million it will cost to create a new site where the uninsured can buy private health plans and enroll in Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act. "We went through every line of the budget to find as much money in the grants that we could redirect," Sharfstein said.
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By Bill Daley and Bill Daley,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | October 20, 2004
Looking for ways to use up leftovers? Here are some suggestions posted on online food forums such as eGullet (egullet.org), Chowhound (chowhound.com) and the LTHforum (lth forum.com). Jeff Wilhoit of Lake Zurich, Ill.: Puree cooked vegetables with broth and/or milk or cream for a quick soup. Marinate cooked meat in lime juice spiked with diced jalapeno; serve the meat as is or chop for a taco filling. Robert Buxbaum of New York City: Quickly cool just-cooked asparagus in ice water, then toss with a vinaigrette for a next-day salad.
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By ROB KASPER | November 21, 2007
Tomorrow, as I dig into the roast turkey, the corn-bread stuffing, the hominy casserole, the mashed potatoes and gravy, I also will be thinking about how good these dishes will taste at the many eating opportunities stretched over the weekend. I do bow before the golden bird on Thanksgiving Day. But shortly thereafter, I crave that cold turkey sandwich on rye with a little horseradish and mayonnaise. Leftover stuffing, always in short supply in our house, is a treasure, especially when topped with a little warm gravy.
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By Laura Lippman and Laura Lippman,Staff Writer | September 15, 1992
It was 1 a.m. on the loading docks in Camden Yards. Steve Chaikin and Marc Iorio, twitching like college students deep into an all-nighter, looked over the leftovers of the ballpark's food stands.To the workers around the stands, cleaning up after another Orioles' loss, the food was garbage. To Mr. Chaikin and Mr. Iorio, thediscarded hot dogs and pretzels were dinner for the city's homeless.This innovative use of leftovers is known as Project Hunger, a volunteer effort the two University of Baltimore law school students began last fall by making sandwiches and giving them to the homeless.
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By ROB KASPER | May 20, 1992
It was the stew that wouldn't leave. The dip that wouldn't TC disappear. And the pork chops that overstayed their welcome, by about a week.They were aggressive leftovers. Every time I opened the door, they were at the front of the fridge. Once, when I reached in to grab a beer, the pot of stew slid out, and tried to force itself on me.These were leftovers with an attitude. Getting rid of them was trouble.I considered adopting the get-tough policy and tossing them in the trash. But that would make me feel guilty.
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By Pat Dailey and Pat Dailey,Chicago Tribune | May 22, 1991
Like the glass of water that's half-empty or half-full, the matter of leftovers is one of attitude. For some, leftovers are the culinary equivalent of the untimely rerun of a grade-B movie. Others see them as an asset, a shortcut, a meal ticket and a feast of delicious possibilities.Perfect Roasted ChickenA simple roast chicken is a glorious meal, elegant in its simplicity and infinitely adaptable. This basic recipe yields tender, juicy flesh and a crisp, deep bronze skin. Be sure to use a roasting chicken or capon rather than fryers.
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By Orange County Register | May 17, 1995
The California Angels held cap night May 5 at Anaheim Stadium.They had 55,000 to distribute; 30,230 showed up.So what happens to the other 25,000 caps?Team president Richard Brown said the Angels keep all promotional leftovers and hand them out during hospital visits, Christmas events and other charity functions.
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By Kit Waskom Pollard, For The Baltimore Sun | December 30, 2013
Don't judge a book by its cover. That's the lesson we learned when we walked into The Himalayan House on a chilly Thursday night. The Locust Point restaurant was empty, and at first glance it looked more like a corner store than a place to settle in for dinner. Cases of soda lined one wall; a few canned goods and boxes of old school candy lined the other (candy cigarettes are still for sale?). But the phone was ringing off the hook. At an Indian spot that delivers, that's usually a good sign.
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By Allison Brickell, For The Baltimore Sun | November 26, 2013
There's nothing wrong with slapping together some bread, mayo and turkey in the days following Thanksgiving . But eating what seems like an endless stream of cold sandwiches after the holiday can get a bit dull. So avoid getting stuck in the boring leftovers rut; these recipes from local chefs and food experts will make creative use of your post-Thanksgiving fixings. John Shields John Shields is a fixture at his restaurant, Gertrude's. But not on Thanksgiving - that's his time to relax and enjoy reconnecting with family.
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By Kit Waskom Pollard, For The Baltimore Sun | November 7, 2013
As a child, chef and cooking instructor Nikki McGowan of CKCS Foods Studio loved Thanksgiving. “Thanksgiving holds for me my fondest culinary memories,” she says. “The smell of pumpkin pie spice reminds me of my mom every time I encounter it.” However, Nikki's memories of the day after Thanksgiving aren't so pleasant: She dreaded the return of dry, bland leftover turkey sandwiches. Here, she punches up the traditional post-Thanksgiving sandwich with a healthy smear of cream cheese and dollops of tart cranberry sauce and orange marmalade.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2013
Friday's editions included a Q&A with Notre Dame Junior midfielder Jim Marlatt. Due to space constraints, here are some more answers from the Clarksville native and River Hill graduate that did not make the cut. How does a guy from Clarksville and River Hill end up in South Bend, Indiana? There was definitely some interest in staying closer to home. I have four younger siblings, including a little brother I'd love to see a little bit more often. But I think the balance between academics and athletics, just how well they take care of their athletes and making sure they do well in school are what really attracted me there.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 14, 2013
ESPN analyst Paul Carcaterra participated in a Q&A Monday. The former Syracuse All-American midfielder, who can be followed on Twitter via @paulcarcaterra, also offered parting commentary on the three programs from Maryland that were in the NCAA tournament - sixth-seeded Maryland, Loyola and Towson. After Maryland's 16-8 loss to Cornell Sunday, senior long-stick midfielder Jesse Bernhardt and senior midfielder John Haus said the setback would not define a senior class that had advanced to back-to-back NCAA title games without winning the championship.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 7, 2013
CBS Sports Network analyst Evan Washburn took part in a Q&A on Monday. The former Delaware defenseman, who can be followed on Twitter via @EvanWashburn, also answered a few questions about Johns Hopkins, No. 9 Maryland, No. 11 Loyola and No. 16 Johns Hopkins. Johns Hopkins' streak of 41 consecutive appearances in the NCAA tournament ended Sunday night. Was that the right decision by the selection committee? For sure. It was obvious. I did their Army game on Friday night and was able to speak with [coach Dave Pietramala]
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By Rob Kasper | January 25, 1998
LEFTOVERS ARE LIKE old friends. They aren't new and exciting, and that is why you like to have them around. They are the stuff comfortable evenings are made of.Recently I was encouraged by a report on the state of the nation's leftovers. According to the 1998 Old Farmer's Almanac, the practice of cooking extra food, thereby guaranteeing that there will be leftovers, has increased 30 percent in America during the last 10 years.I am not sure what survey method was used to come up with this finding.
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By Karol V. Menzie and Karol V. Menzie,Staff Writer | July 29, 1992
It's been a long day. A long hot day. And now you're faced with the prospect of a long hot evening, with dinner somewhere in the middle.Stop sighing. Everything will be fine. You can shower, fix a cool drink and in no more than 15 or 20 minutes put a beautiful, nutritious and cool meal on the table.It takes a little planning and shrewd shopping, so you have the ingredients on hand. But we know it can be done, because a couple of people who know well how horrible East Coast summers can be told us exactly how to do it.For instance, there's Nick Sheridan of Cuisine Catering of Baltimore; does he cook during the summer heat?
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 3, 2013
Friday's editions included a Q&A with Johns Hopkins sophomore attackman Wells Stanwick. Due to space constraints, here are some more answers from the Baltimore native and Boys' Latin graduate that did not make the cut. How does it feel to be the quarterback of the offense from behind the net? It's definitely something that I've always wanted to do. It's just kind of the position that I play. You always want to control the game from there, and I'm trying to get better at it. I'm probably not exactly there yet, and I'm working on it and trying to be more of a leader on the offensive end as the year goes on and into next year.
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