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By Ellen Hawks and Ellen Hawks,SUN STAFF | July 2, 2003
Rose Henry of Columbia writes: "I hope you can help me find a lost recipe for Spanish rice. It was in Woman's World magazine, possibly about 1997 or '98. The magazine couldn't help and copies were not in the library, so you are my last resort." Mary Peterson of Ellicott City responded. "I hope my Spanish rice recipe will solve Rose Henry's request. I've no idea how old this recipe is, nor where I got it, but I know it is good - especially to make stuffed green peppers. Just fill them with Spanish rice, top with a slice of cheese and bake.
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By Julie Rothman and Julie Rothman,Special to the Sun | February 21, 2007
Cynthia Lehr of Tequesta, Fla., used to have a recipe for Mexican Meatloaf and has had trouble finding another one she likes as much. Madeline Fossey of Cape May, N.J., sent a recipe for a Mexican-style meatloaf that she and her family really enjoy. This meatloaf is a cinch to prepare and quite delicious. While I tested the recipe using all ground beef, ground turkey or a mixture of the two could be substituted for a more healthful alternative. I recommend serving it with mashed potatoes or Spanish rice and a green vegetable.
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By Ellen Hawks and Ellen Hawks,SUN STAFF | July 9, 1997
Just about everyone has a need some time for a really gooey cake. However if sweets are not on your menu list, then you might want to try our recipe for Spanish rice.Donna and David L. Goepfert of Gary, Ill., requested a recipe for gooey butter cake. "This cake is definitely not for the calorie conscious."Their answer came from Chris Dierks of Pierre, S.D.Dierks' gooey butter cakeMakes 20 to 24 squares1 (16-ounce) box yellow cake mix1 stick margarine, softened2 eggsHeat oven to 350 degrees.
NEWS
By Ellen Hawks and Ellen Hawks,SUN STAFF | July 2, 2003
Rose Henry of Columbia writes: "I hope you can help me find a lost recipe for Spanish rice. It was in Woman's World magazine, possibly about 1997 or '98. The magazine couldn't help and copies were not in the library, so you are my last resort." Mary Peterson of Ellicott City responded. "I hope my Spanish rice recipe will solve Rose Henry's request. I've no idea how old this recipe is, nor where I got it, but I know it is good - especially to make stuffed green peppers. Just fill them with Spanish rice, top with a slice of cheese and bake.
NEWS
By Julie Rothman and Julie Rothman,Special to the Sun | February 21, 2007
Cynthia Lehr of Tequesta, Fla., used to have a recipe for Mexican Meatloaf and has had trouble finding another one she likes as much. Madeline Fossey of Cape May, N.J., sent a recipe for a Mexican-style meatloaf that she and her family really enjoy. This meatloaf is a cinch to prepare and quite delicious. While I tested the recipe using all ground beef, ground turkey or a mixture of the two could be substituted for a more healthful alternative. I recommend serving it with mashed potatoes or Spanish rice and a green vegetable.
FEATURES
By Nancy Byal and Nancy Byal,Better homes and Gardens Magazine | April 24, 1991
Rice that's already cooked can be speedily reheated in the microwave. The next time you have leftover rice, think of this colorful and fast microwave fix up. Stir in a little water with the rice and it will turn out moist and fluffy.Rice needs time to absorb water, whether cooked on the range or in a microwave.Spanish Rice1 large green pepper, coarsely chopped1 large tomato, coarsely chopped1 medium onion, chopped2 tablespoons margarine or butter2 cups cooked rice1/3 cup water1/2 teaspoon salt1/4 teaspoon pepperIn a one-quart microwave-safe casserole combine green pepper, tomato, onion and margarine or butter.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,Sun Restaurant Critic | February 11, 1994
One World CafeWhere: 904 S. Charles St.Hours: Monday to Thursday 6:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.; Friday 6:30 a.m.to 3 a.m.; Saturday 8 a.m. to 3 a.m.; Sunday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.Credit cards accepted: No.Features: Vegetarian fare, desserts.Non-smoking section? Yes.Call: (410) 234-0235.Prices: Around $5.***5/8 The One World Cafe looks like a hundred other places that have opened up recently -- the low-key and sometimes amateurish coffee bars and cafes. The ones where you can sit and read the paper and make a cup of cappuccino last indefinitely.
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By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,Sun Restaurant Critic | July 14, 1995
I know why you want my job. You think it's because restaurant critics get paid to eat at all the best restaurants. But the real job satisfaction comes when the waitress tells you, after you've been waiting 45 minutes for your main course, that "somehow the check has been misplaced, the kitchen never got it" and could you tell her again what you wanted.Then she leaves without taking any of your dirty dishes, and she doesn't bring you the water you asked for, and your main courses arrive half an hour later.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Laura Rottenberg and Laura Rottenberg,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 15, 1997
El Salto doesn't need the business a glowing review might bring -- but here goes. On Friday nights the place is packed; a line snakes from the front door and there's a din not unlike that of an airstrip.Slowly, since opening in August 1995, El Salto has become a favorite casual eatery of the folks who live in and around Brooklyn. The food is cheap, the beers even cheaper (16-ounce domestic beers for $1.50!). More important, what emanates from the kitchen is unlike the cookie-cutter Tex/Mex cuisine of so many chain or fast-food restaurants.
FEATURES
By Mary Maushard | June 20, 1991
Maybe if the light over our booth had been better, the food would have tasted better. Maybe.Maybe not.From the moment my husband I sat down at Plata Grande, I wanted to turn the lights up. This wasn't subtle or romantic lighting, this was bad lighting that my eyes never adjusted to. I was still looking to turn the dimmer up on our way out.Unfortunately, Plata Grande's food and service, except for a couple of bright spots, did not light up our evening either.Good...
ENTERTAINMENT
By Kathryn Higham and Kathryn Higham,Special to the Sun | September 2, 1999
Dessert is the reason to head south to Seibel's, a family-owned restaurant in Burtonsville that has been churning out homemade ice cream since 1943.Every Thursday, sisters Karen Leach and Lynn Martins prepare 20 varieties. One week, the list might include butter pecan, coconut and peach. The next, cinnamon, blueberry and pistachio. If you haven't tasted homemade ice cream in a while, Seibel's might be worth the drive. It's about eight miles south of Columbia, near the junction of routes 29 and 198.Leach and Martins took over operation of the restaurannt from their parents, who retired in 1997.
FEATURES
By Ellen Hawks and Ellen Hawks,SUN STAFF | July 9, 1997
Just about everyone has a need some time for a really gooey cake. However if sweets are not on your menu list, then you might want to try our recipe for Spanish rice.Donna and David L. Goepfert of Gary, Ill., requested a recipe for gooey butter cake. "This cake is definitely not for the calorie conscious."Their answer came from Chris Dierks of Pierre, S.D.Dierks' gooey butter cakeMakes 20 to 24 squares1 (16-ounce) box yellow cake mix1 stick margarine, softened2 eggsHeat oven to 350 degrees.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Laura Rottenberg and Laura Rottenberg,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 15, 1997
El Salto doesn't need the business a glowing review might bring -- but here goes. On Friday nights the place is packed; a line snakes from the front door and there's a din not unlike that of an airstrip.Slowly, since opening in August 1995, El Salto has become a favorite casual eatery of the folks who live in and around Brooklyn. The food is cheap, the beers even cheaper (16-ounce domestic beers for $1.50!). More important, what emanates from the kitchen is unlike the cookie-cutter Tex/Mex cuisine of so many chain or fast-food restaurants.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,Sun Restaurant Critic | July 14, 1995
I know why you want my job. You think it's because restaurant critics get paid to eat at all the best restaurants. But the real job satisfaction comes when the waitress tells you, after you've been waiting 45 minutes for your main course, that "somehow the check has been misplaced, the kitchen never got it" and could you tell her again what you wanted.Then she leaves without taking any of your dirty dishes, and she doesn't bring you the water you asked for, and your main courses arrive half an hour later.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,Sun Restaurant Critic | February 11, 1994
One World CafeWhere: 904 S. Charles St.Hours: Monday to Thursday 6:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.; Friday 6:30 a.m.to 3 a.m.; Saturday 8 a.m. to 3 a.m.; Sunday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.Credit cards accepted: No.Features: Vegetarian fare, desserts.Non-smoking section? Yes.Call: (410) 234-0235.Prices: Around $5.***5/8 The One World Cafe looks like a hundred other places that have opened up recently -- the low-key and sometimes amateurish coffee bars and cafes. The ones where you can sit and read the paper and make a cup of cappuccino last indefinitely.
FEATURES
By Mary Maushard | June 20, 1991
Maybe if the light over our booth had been better, the food would have tasted better. Maybe.Maybe not.From the moment my husband I sat down at Plata Grande, I wanted to turn the lights up. This wasn't subtle or romantic lighting, this was bad lighting that my eyes never adjusted to. I was still looking to turn the dimmer up on our way out.Unfortunately, Plata Grande's food and service, except for a couple of bright spots, did not light up our evening either.Good...
ENTERTAINMENT
By Kathryn Higham and Kathryn Higham,Special to the Sun | September 2, 1999
Dessert is the reason to head south to Seibel's, a family-owned restaurant in Burtonsville that has been churning out homemade ice cream since 1943.Every Thursday, sisters Karen Leach and Lynn Martins prepare 20 varieties. One week, the list might include butter pecan, coconut and peach. The next, cinnamon, blueberry and pistachio. If you haven't tasted homemade ice cream in a while, Seibel's might be worth the drive. It's about eight miles south of Columbia, near the junction of routes 29 and 198.Leach and Martins took over operation of the restaurannt from their parents, who retired in 1997.
FEATURES
By Rita Calvert and Rita Calvert,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 5, 1996
The recipes in the Lake Austin Spa Resort cookbook, "Lean Star Cuisine," are not so much about losing weight, but gaining flavor. Here's an example from the book by chef Terry Conlan, an easy Texas Hill Country recipe perfect for a summer barbecue.In the morning, pop the chicken in the marinade and leave in the fridge until dinner time. A side dish of spinach Spanish rice makes the perfect accompaniment.Lime grilled chicken with black bean sauceServes 4MARINADE:2 tablespoons lime juice1 tablespoon vegetable oil1/4 teaspoon cayenne4 cloves garlic, minced4 (4-ounce)
FEATURES
By Nancy Byal and Nancy Byal,Better homes and Gardens Magazine | April 24, 1991
Rice that's already cooked can be speedily reheated in the microwave. The next time you have leftover rice, think of this colorful and fast microwave fix up. Stir in a little water with the rice and it will turn out moist and fluffy.Rice needs time to absorb water, whether cooked on the range or in a microwave.Spanish Rice1 large green pepper, coarsely chopped1 large tomato, coarsely chopped1 medium onion, chopped2 tablespoons margarine or butter2 cups cooked rice1/3 cup water1/2 teaspoon salt1/4 teaspoon pepperIn a one-quart microwave-safe casserole combine green pepper, tomato, onion and margarine or butter.
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