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By ROGER SIMON | February 2, 1992
WASHINGTON -- When you get right down to it there is nothing funny about being a Democrat. And some of their presidential candidates proved it the other night.The idea was that the Democratic contenders would get together in a Hollywood-style roast and show everyone their warm and human side.Speaking for everyone, I'd like to say we are still looking for it.Two of the candidates did not bother to show up or even to send representatives. And they were the predictable ones: Bob Kerrey and Jerry Brown.
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By Arthur Schwartz and Arthur Schwartz,New York Daily News | March 6, 1991
"I miss the gravy," confided an often-quoted nutritionist, a public vegetarian. "So I tend to cook stew and pot roast a lot for my family."She has a husband and two teen-age sons who are definitely not vegetarians."I give them all the meat, but I sneak a little gravy and put it on potatoes or pasta," she says. "The gravy has all the flavor of the meat without the meat. It's only cheating a little bit, don't you think?"That gravy goes far to satisfy meat cravings is something our forebears need not have been told by a nutritionist.
FEATURES
By Chicago Tribune | November 4, 2006
What it is -- A new ultra-dark brew from Caribou Coffee What we like about it --Obsidian impressed us with its robustness as well as its smooth finish. Have to bypass caffeine? We also enjoyed the pure flavor of Caribou's decaf feinated varieties, which are all processed with a chemical-free water system. What it costs --$13 per pound Where to buy --Available at Caribou outlets and at cari boucoffee.com
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,Staff Writer | May 3, 1993
If you had a problem with government yesterday, Kurtz's Pleasure Beach in Pasadena was the place to be.Ticked off about taxes?State Comptroller Louis L. Goldstein was standing by the entrance, jawing about this year's returns.Traffic tie-ups upset you?You could have talked to Transportation Secretary O. James Lighthizer. He was over near the waterfront.If crime was your concern, you could have approached Police Chief Robert Russell or Anne Arundel County Sheriff Robert Peppersack. Both were about somewhere.
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By SANDRA PINCKNEY | April 6, 2008
No one could roast a chicken like my mother. No one. It was beautifully browned on the outside, moist on the inside, and had just the right amount of seasonings. Ask for her recipe? "Oh, Sandra, I don't know ... I just use a little onion and garlic powder, pepper and salt ... poultry needs lots of salt. Then just put it in the oven," she would say, her voice rising at the end, as if to say, `Come on, it's so simple, there's nothing to it!' " But there was a lot more to it, I would learn over the years.
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By ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION | February 26, 2006
Any type of leftover roast, be it turkey breast or beef, would work in this hearty sandwich. For the most flavor, remove from refrigerator 30 minutes before serving and let the sandwich warm to room temperature. ROAST PORK SANDWICH WITH ONION AND ROSEMARY MAKES 1 SANDWICH TOTAL TIME: 5 MINUTES lettuce 2 ounces leftover roast pork loin, sliced 2 slices olive bread 2 teaspoons onion marmalade or jam 1 teaspoon fresh rosemary, minced tomato slices freshly ground pepper Press lettuce leaf with paper towel to remove all surface moisture.
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By Jill Rosen and Jill Rosen,jill.rosen@baltsun.com | December 17, 2008
At Eddie's market in Roland Park, cuts of beef beckon behind glass like a jeweler's gems. Behold the rib roast - upright and regal, luxuriously marbled. As for the tenderloin, the store displays only tiny, tantalizing pieces - the whole roast, the cut of kings, is ensconced somewhere behind the counter. Beef is an exclusive commodity indeed. But in a recession, a roast topping $20 a pound seems almost gauche - if not outright out of reach. According to a Consumer Reports poll, 76 percent of those surveyed vowed to cut back on holiday spending this season.
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By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Staff writer | November 21, 1990
While more than 50 million American families are expected to carve into a roast turkey for dinner tomorrow, the popular bird is far from the only Thanksgiving show in Carroll.Sure, some may scoff that a 15-pound Hubbard squash stuffed with dry fruit is about as un-American on Thanksgiving as a plate of sushi is on the Fourth of July. But many -- possibly some of your friends and neighbors -- indulge in a turkey-less Thanksgiving meal."For the most part, people stick to the traditional holiday meals, the kind mom used to make," said George Keeney, a chef at the Baltimore International Culinary College.
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By Sandra Pinckney | October 12, 2008
Autumn is my favorite time of year. I love the changing leaves, the cool temperatures, decorating with pumpkins and having a wide variety of vegetables in season. Root vegetables like squash, rutabagas, turnips, carrots, sweet potatoes and beets are all at their peak now. They not only are plentiful, but are powerhouses of nutrients. Take beets, for instance. They are loaded with iron, potassium, calcium and zinc. I know beets don't make it on most lists of favorite foods, but I grew up eating them.
SPORTS
By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | November 4, 2000
Usually described as a family feud, the long-standing give-and-take between Hall of Famers Earl Weaver and Jim Palmer became very public and very ugly Thursday night when the former Orioles manager said he was "embarrassed and humiliated" by Palmer's jabs during a charity roast of Weaver in Baltimore. Weaver ended the proceedings with a combative two-minute reply that referred to Palmer as an "idiot" then angrily approached the former pitcher before being led away. The Headliners Banquet was sponsored by the Sports Boosters of Maryland to benefit several children's charities.
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