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By Richard Gorelick and Richard Gorelick,Special to The Baltimore Sun | January 29, 2009
The first incarnation of Kader Camara's Cafe Mocha was a small shop on Howard Street's Antique Row. There, customers had the joy of discovery. Maybe they would come in for an investigatory cup of cappuccino and a pastry and leave with some of Camara's healthful cafe fare. Before long, Camara's food, especially his sandwiches, many of them sprinkled with North African or Caribbean influences, developed a good reputation. Last fall, Camara, a native of Guinea, moved Cafe Mocha into the renovated Railway Express building.
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April 24, 2014
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January 9, 2014
Way back in 1999, we adopted a chocolate lab named Molly. Only within about two minutes of meeting her, we knew she wasn't a Molly. This dog was serious and clingy and scared of her own shadow. So the day we adopted her, we changed her name to Mocha and she stayed Velcroed to me for the next 10 years. When Mocha died and the house and our hearts were too empty, we gave a shout to our friends at Lab Rescue, who sent us photos of a beautiful black puppy named Sadie who appeared dripping wet and running at full speed with a toy in her mouth that was twice the size of her head.
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January 9, 2014
Way back in 1999, we adopted a chocolate lab named Molly. Only within about two minutes of meeting her, we knew she wasn't a Molly. This dog was serious and clingy and scared of her own shadow. So the day we adopted her, we changed her name to Mocha and she stayed Velcroed to me for the next 10 years. When Mocha died and the house and our hearts were too empty, we gave a shout to our friends at Lab Rescue, who sent us photos of a beautiful black puppy named Sadie who appeared dripping wet and running at full speed with a toy in her mouth that was twice the size of her head.
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By JACQUES KELLY | September 27, 2003
MY MOTHER always told me that if I had a better memory, I'd recall my trips to George Doebereiner's wonderful bakery-ice cream parlor at 29 E. North Ave. She said my family virtually lived there - well, maybe because they had a three-times-a-week habit. I'm reminded of the legendary business - which shut its doors for all time about 1953 - because of the death last month of the founder's nephew, a fine gentleman named Raymond L. Hughes Jr., whose mother was born a Doebereiner and who lived for many years just seven doors down the street from us on Guilford Avenue, at the corner of Ilchester.
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By Kim Fernandez and For The Baltimore Sun | December 21, 2012
We adopted a 12-week-old black lab from Lab Rescue shortly after our sweet 12-year-old chocolate girl passed away. Culture shock doesn't begin to cover the transition -- where Mocha was a tail-wagging, full-body-cuddling rug we fed twice a day, Molly joined our family as a Category 5 hurricane of teeth and claws and adrenaline who broke land-speed records several times an hour. A few days later, we ran into some neighbors on the street and introduced them to our puppy. Grinning broadly, they told us they were about to join the dog-parenting club.
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By Julie Rothman, Special To The Baltimore Sun | December 25, 2011
Tricia Grannell from Timonium was looking for a recipe for the mocha cheesecake she enjoyed some years ago at Maria's 300 restaurant in Little Italy. The restaurant is no longer open and unfortunately I did not have any luck locating the exact recipe. However, I did receive an excellent recipe from Monica Sugarman of Ellicott City. She said that she makes this cheesecake in her food processor, which gives it a smooth and silky texture, and is fast and easy. Sugarman strongly suggests that "you don't cheap on the chocolate" in this recipe.
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By Lita Solis-Cohen | February 2, 1992
Mocha ware has nothing to do with chocolate or coffee but is just as addictive. Buy one piece and you need another and another.Mocha is slip-banded utilitarian pottery with colorful abstract patterning. It looks surprisingly modern, although most was made from the 1780s to the 1860s by commercial potteries in England, Scotland, Wales and France. Potteries in Baltimore and in Trenton, N.J., Liverpool, Ohio, and Pottsville, Pa., also made Mocha in the United States during the late-19th century.
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By Julie Rothman, Special to the The Baltimore Sun | September 14, 2010
Rosemary Molloy from Little Egg Harbor, N.J., has been looking for a recipe for a mocha cake like the one her mother used to. She said that her mother made the cake so many times over the years that she knew the recipe by heart and never wrote it down. Molloy says that she has tried many mocha cake recipes, but none that have been as good as her mother's. She thinks her mother used sour milk and butter, not oil, in the batter. Lucy Remington from Princeton, N.J., sent in her own mother's recipe for mocha cake with a coffee icing.
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January 24, 2013
These groups meet regularly. Abusive relationships - Mondays, 7-8:30 p.m. Domestic Violence Center of Howard County, 5457 Twin Knolls Road, Suite 310, Columbia. Free child care. 410-997-0304. Adult Children of Alcoholics - Wednesdays, 7 p.m., First Presbyterian Church of Howard County, 9325 Presbyterian Circle, Columbia; Saturdays, 12:45 p.m., Serenity Center, 9650 Basket Ring Road, Columbia. 410-796-4680. Alcoholics Anonymous - Sundays, 7 p.m. Share experience, strength and hope with each other to solve this common problem and help others to recover.
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By Kim Fernandez and For The Baltimore Sun | December 21, 2012
We adopted a 12-week-old black lab from Lab Rescue shortly after our sweet 12-year-old chocolate girl passed away. Culture shock doesn't begin to cover the transition -- where Mocha was a tail-wagging, full-body-cuddling rug we fed twice a day, Molly joined our family as a Category 5 hurricane of teeth and claws and adrenaline who broke land-speed records several times an hour. A few days later, we ran into some neighbors on the street and introduced them to our puppy. Grinning broadly, they told us they were about to join the dog-parenting club.
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