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October 19, 1995
Someone used a screwdriver to pry open the kitchen door of a house in the 600 block of Tayman Drive in Annapolis Monday and steal two slices of roast beef between 8:30 a.m. and 3:45 p.m., county police said.Milk and roast beef were taken from the refrigerator, police said.
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | December 20, 2013
It's been open for less than a month, but The Nickel Taphouse has already established itself as a North Baltimore favorite. People have really taken to the new joint from Robbin Haas, whose Birroteca, which opened last fall, was a similar instant hit. The two places don't have much in common as far as cuisine. Birroteca serves rustic Italian food, while The Nickel Taphouse offers tavern fare. But the attitude is the same, and so is the extraordinary confidence governing every aspect of the restaurants' operations, starting with their physical design.
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By Beth Reinhard and Beth Reinhard,SPECIAL TO THE SUN Sun staff writers Erin Texeira and Ivan Penn contributed to this article | October 1, 1996
What's a roast-beef sandwich lover to do?McDonald's plans to buy 184 Roy Rogers in the Baltimore-Washington area by the end of the year, including nine in Howard County. And the uncertainty over the future of their local Roy's is giving some regular customers Big-Mac-sized stomachaches.Roy Rogers started selling roast beef sandwiches in 1967 under the name Robee's. The sandwich is trademarked as "Roy's original roast beef."And for some, it can't be replaced by a mere Big Mac."It's just different than everything else," said Jennifer Payne, who works in Columbia and satisfies her red-meat cravings about twice a month at the Roy Rogers at The Mall in Columbia.
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August 28, 2013
From: Horse Heaven Hills, Washington Price: $30 Serve with: Roast beef, leg of lamb The red wines out of Washington state just seem to get better and better. Maybe it's climate change, but this state is increasingly closing the gap with the Napa Valley in cabernet quality. This wine is a riveting, intensely flavored red with penetrating black cherry, game, wild berry and herb flavors. Despite its youth, it's quite drinkable but with the backbone for long aging. My apologies for recommending another pricey red wine, but this one more than earns its price.
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By Bill Glauber and Bill Glauber,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | April 7, 1996
LONDON -- Humiliation. In Great Britain, it's the word of the moment as a nation tries to come to terms with the collapse of its $6.5 billion beef industry in the wake of the "mad cow" disease scare.Farmers are furious, slaughterhouses are empty and restaurants are filling their menus with items like kangaroo and ostrich. But the biggest problem is that British beef exports are still banned to every country in the world.British beef remains off the world menu until the European Union lifts the export ban it imposed March 27. And that blockade may not end for a month or more as Britain fashions a plan for the compulsory slaughter of animals most likely to have been exposed to bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE)
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By Gholam Rahman and Gholam Rahman,Cox News Service | April 25, 2007
My niece is allergic to dairy products. Can I make Yorkshire pudding without milk, substituting maybe chicken broth? Originating in the Yorkshire region in the north of England, the pudding originally was made in the fat drippings from a roast beef and then served with gravy as part of a roast beef dinner. Mostly crust, it is raised by steam and eggs in a very hot oven, much like its American cousin, the popover. Although milk plays a part in the puffing up of the batter, I don't think its role is critical.
FEATURES
By Michael Dresser | December 15, 1999
1997 Wild Horse Pinot Noir. Central Coast ($20).While this is not an inexpensive wine, it is a terrific value in pinot noir. It exhibits classic aromas and flavors of smoked meat, earth, game, raspberry and spices. This is a medium- to full-bodied wine of exceptional balance and freshness that will age, but why bother? It's delightful now. This Burgundy-style red wine will stretch to accompany anything from salmon to roast beef.
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By Constance Snow and Constance Snow,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 22, 1997
NEW ORLEANS -- More than one tourist has fallen in love with those oddly named New Orleans sandwiches that can't be found anywhere else, so in honor of the 100,000 visitors expected for Super Bowl XXXI and nearly 140 million who'll be watching on TV this Sunday, we asked the experts how to reproduce some all-time favorites to feed the out-of-town fans.It may be called a po-boy, but the king of New Orleans sandwiches is a two-fisted feast on French bread, piled high and messy with anything from fried oysters to roast beef and gravy.
NEWS
By Michael Dresser | January 31, 2007
Two years ago, the 2000 version of this wine was recommended in this space. It's a pleasure to report that Guenoc has maintained its high standards with this under-rated red varietal. This year's version is full-bodied and intense. It offers a complex mix of blackberry, chocolate, herb and coffeelike flavors. And while it's quite drinkable now, it shows every sign of being able to age for a decade. Serve with hearty stews, roast beef, game.
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By Joan Jacobson and Joan Jacobson,SUN STAFF | November 10, 1999
The Baltimore County Health Department is investigating reports that more than 30 people became ill after eating a roast beef dinner Friday night at the Timonium Presbyterian Church.Karen L. Stott, spokeswoman for the health department, said one person was hospitalized from the intestinal illness, which, in most cases, "lasted six to 12 hours and was gone with no new onsets."The Rev. Bob Eikelberg, pastor at the church, said about 160 people attended the dinner, held at the beginning of a conference.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Kit Waskom Pollard, For The Baltimore Sun | August 14, 2013
Dinner and drinks at the airport, even when you don't have a flight to catch? That might not be as crazy as it sounds. Sky Azure, a small cocktail and tapas lounge in the new observation gallery at BWI Airport, has potential as a fun lunch or happy hour spot for anyone in the airport area - even if you don't need to keep an eye on gate assignments. With a brief, but appealing selection of seasonally driven small plates and friendly, efficient service, Sky Azure raises the bar on the airport dining experience.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | August 2, 2013
Robbin Haas, the restaurateur behind the successful Birroteca, will open the Nickel Taphouse in Mount Washington in the Kelly Avenue space that was most recently Blue Sage and, before that, The Falls. Haas said he hopes to have Nickel Taphouse open by October. The concept, he said, is based on the taverns in Buffalo, N.Y., where he grew up. "Every bar in Buffalo had a dining room in the back," Haas said. "They were places for working-class people. " The offerings will include a few items that are popular in the Buffalo area but that are seldom seen in Baltimore.
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | July 29, 2012
Remember Michael Phelps ' mammoth Pete's Grille breakfast? Four years ago, we learned that our hometown Olympian would go to Pete's for a breakfast of three fried-egg sandwiches, one omelet, a bowl of grits, three slices of French toast with powdered sugar, and three chocolate chip pancakes. Maybe Phelps hasn't been seen much at Pete's in this Olympiad — a waitress said it's been about a year and a half since he's been in — but the Abell neighborhood diner has been a northside favorite for more than 40 years, and is still as popular as ever.
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By Kit Waskom Pollard, Special to The Baltimore Sun | July 25, 2012
Irish pubs should be a few things: cozy, welcoming and convivial. They need a seemingly endless supply of Guinness, Harp and whiskey. Kelsey's Restaurant, an Ellicott City fixture for almost two decades, fits the bill, turning out pub-friendly food that's fresh and tasty. Hoping to create a neighborhood gathering spot in the mold of traditional Irish pubs, Chris and Maureen McManus opened Kelsey's in 1994. A few years ago, Mark Mays and Chad Medina bought into the restaurant, creating a four-way partnership.
NEWS
by Carson Porter | June 2, 2011
Just give Arbys.com your email address to join their Arby's Extras program and they'll send you a coupon for a free sandwich. Not a bad deal!
NEWS
September 10, 2010
Sunday, Sept. 12 Cocker Spaniel Adoption Day The Oldies But Goodies Cocker Spaniel Rescue group will hold an adoption day from noon to 3 p.m. at the Annapolis Petsmart, 2601 Housley Road, Annapolis. Information: http://www.cockerspanielrescue.com. Monday, Sept. 13 Blacksmith group The Chesapeake Forge Blacksmith Guild meets at 7 p.m. at Kinder Farm Park, 1001 Kinder Farm Park Road, Millersville. Members learn new techniques while working on projects. No gate fees.
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By Betty Rosbottom and Betty Rosbottom,Special to the Sun | January 19, 2003
Much to my surprise and his, my thirtysomething son has turned out to be a talented cook. In fact, when he and his wife entertain, it is usually Michael who plans and executes the menus. He loves having friends over and often organizes his social life around sporting events. A passionate football fan, he looks forward every year to the Super Bowl, when he invites a small group to his house to watch the game and to enjoy a homemade meal. Knowing that he keeps the menus for his bowl parties simple, I couldn't resist sending him a new sandwich recipe that I recently created.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 28, 2013
From: Horse Heaven Hills, Washington Price: $30 Serve with: Roast beef, leg of lamb The red wines out of Washington state just seem to get better and better. Maybe it's climate change, but this state is increasingly closing the gap with the Napa Valley in cabernet quality. This wine is a riveting, intensely flavored red with penetrating black cherry, game, wild berry and herb flavors. Despite its youth, it's quite drinkable but with the backbone for long aging. My apologies for recommending another pricey red wine, but this one more than earns its price.
NEWS
By John-John Williams IV and John-John Williams IV,SUN REPORTER | December 10, 2007
Surrounded by more than 50 dancers, Steven Beerman, 55, grooved with his sister, Lisa Singer, to Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive" last night in a large ballroom in Martin's West. The song took on special meaning for the siblings this year because Beerman, who has a severe form of mental retardation, has missed the annual Chimes and Intervals holiday party the past two years because of an illness that has required him to use a feeding tube. This year, he was able to eat pureed roast beef, mashed potatoes and vegetables at the party, which organizers say is the state's biggest for people with disabilities.
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By Gholam Rahman and Gholam Rahman,Cox News Service | April 25, 2007
My niece is allergic to dairy products. Can I make Yorkshire pudding without milk, substituting maybe chicken broth? Originating in the Yorkshire region in the north of England, the pudding originally was made in the fat drippings from a roast beef and then served with gravy as part of a roast beef dinner. Mostly crust, it is raised by steam and eggs in a very hot oven, much like its American cousin, the popover. Although milk plays a part in the puffing up of the batter, I don't think its role is critical.
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