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By DAN BERGER | May 2, 2001
Hizzoner is right. What this town needs is no rat catchers and more deputy mayors. Space tourism will not be authentic until you can buy T-shirts and leave candy wrappers there. Richard Antonio Moore pleaded guilty, taking life in prison, to avoid execution. That's the death penalty for once working as intended. The point is not to have a missile shield that works, but to be able to say we will.
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By John Houser III, For The Baltimore Sun | October 23, 2012
Beets are back in style. Long thought of as the food of older generations, or deemed too messy to deal with, beets have come back with the help of great chefs across the world. A culinary staple for thousands of years, beets are among the more striking of vegetables, ranging in hues from yellow to dark crimson and all colors in between. There are even some varieties that resemble a bull's-eye. I usually roast beets and dress them with olive oil and a splash of vinegar, but sometimes I want to do a little more.
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FEATURES
By Janet Hazen and Janet Hazen,LOS ANGELES TIMES SYNDICATE | April 24, 1996
Here's the secret to creating a variety of the most scrumptious cross-cultural appetizers and dishes: Asian wrappers. Won ton, "sue gow," "su my" and egg roll skins, along with rice paper, are versatile, easy to work with and very inexpensive.Square-shaped won ton skins filled with interesting mixtures of meat, poultry and vegetables and deep-fried are a favorite snack both here and in Asia. Delicate and tender ultra-thin su my wrappers formed around seafood fillings and served in a flavorful broth are typical Chinese fare, as are popular pot stickers with their crispy-brown bottoms that contrast so nicely with the succulent steamed bodies.
NEWS
By Annie Linskey and Annie Linskey,annie.linskey@baltsun.com | September 29, 2009
The Baltimore City Council is set to hold hearings today on three pieces of legislation that would further restrict smoking in the city, causing some in the council to predict some heated debates in the coming months. Council members will hear the pros and cons of a proposed bill to ban the sale of single cigars, one that prohibits flavored cigar and cigarette wrappers and legislation to ban smoking near hospitals. "Generally, anything we do is focused on reducing cardiovascular disease," said Interim Health Commissioner Olivia Farrow, whose department supports all three measures.
FEATURES
By Elizabeth Large | October 7, 1998
Hoist the mainsail and open the olive oilNo matter how small your boat, you can do some gourmet cooking on it, says Terry Searfoss, TV chef and author of "The Two Burner Gourmet," a cookbook for sailors. Searfoss will be giving free cooking demonstrations at the United States Sailboat Show in Annapolis tomorrow through Monday. Look for him at the Kenyon Marine exhibit (land booth No. 9). Call 800-842-5539 for exact times and other information.Cookie cravingsThey have names like Triple Chocolate Chunk, Lacy Oat and Peanut Butter With Chocolate.
FEATURES
By ELIZABETH LARGE | October 8, 1995
My Gadget of the Week is the Jiff-V-Sealer, which seals bread wrappers, frozen food bags and other packages airtight -- something you can't count on twist-'ems to do. Push the end of the wrapper through the slot of the gadget and slide it out with a professional-looking seal on the end.(The company makes a big deal of the fact that you can pull the ends of the seal apart and reseal them, but I found that was more trouble than it was worth.)The Jiff-V-Sealer, with 200 seals, costs around $13. Call (800)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Annie Linskey | March 31, 2005
Project Clean Stream Where: More than 100 streams in Central Maryland and on the Eastern Shore. When: 9 a.m.-noon Saturday. Why: Couples who muck together are stuck together? Maybe not, but we do think sloshing around in Maryland's not-so-pristine rivers and streams is an impressive way to forge a relationship. Prepare to remove unsavory items, including candy wrappers, soda cans, tires and the like. In previous years several tons of trash have been removed. The event should be followed by a warm shower.
FEATURES
By Ellen Hawks | November 12, 1991
CURRENT volunteers' news and needs.Maryland Food Committee is organizing its Bags of Plenty program in which citizens donate food to enhance a Thanksgiving day meal. Any Baltimore City resident can help until Nov. 15 by calling First Call for Help at 685-0525.White Marsh Red Cross Donor Center, 8114 Sandpiper Circle, is expanding its blood collection hours to include Mondays, beginning Nov. 18. Volunteers are needed Mondays and Saturdays. Call 764-4602.BARC, Baltimore Association for Retarded Citizens, Inc. needs volunteers as wrappers at the Holiday Gift wrap booth open from Dec. 2 through Dec. 24 at Kenilworth in Towson.
ENTERTAINMENT
By John Houser III, For The Baltimore Sun | October 23, 2012
Beets are back in style. Long thought of as the food of older generations, or deemed too messy to deal with, beets have come back with the help of great chefs across the world. A culinary staple for thousands of years, beets are among the more striking of vegetables, ranging in hues from yellow to dark crimson and all colors in between. There are even some varieties that resemble a bull's-eye. I usually roast beets and dress them with olive oil and a splash of vinegar, but sometimes I want to do a little more.
FEATURES
By Patricia Quintana and Peg Rosen and Patricia Quintana and Peg Rosen,Contributing Writers/Los Angeles Times Syndicate | April 28, 1993
During one of my prolonged visits to the United States this year, a friend treated me to dinner at a trendy restaurant in New York's Greenwich Village. On the stylish menu, I spotted a red snapper fillet steamed in banana leaves, the thought of which magically transported me home to Mexico.Cooking in leaves may be trendy stateside, but it has been a basic method of Mexican cuisine for hundreds of years. Ancient cooks discovered early on the many culinary virtues of leaves and husks. First and foremost, these natural wrappers prevented food from burning and helped retain its natural moisture and flavor.
NEWS
By Janet Gilbert | February 17, 2008
Watching the Food Network can make your mouth water for exotic dishes that you can't possibly assemble after work. This is not a problem as an adult, because you would never think of preparing the featured dish immediately. Instead, you might make some mental notes for a future shopping list and tell yourself you'll print out the recipe from the Web site and prepare that extraordinary dish later, over the weekend. Then, when the weekend rolls around, you'll open up a bag of salad, throw some chicken on the grill and call it dinner.
NEWS
By Justin Fenton and Justin Fenton,Sun reporter | August 9, 2007
They weren't caught with their hands in the candy jar, police say, but the woman smeared with fudge and the teenagers' trail of Kit Kat wrappers came mighty close. Twice in one week in Anne Arundel County, authorities have arrested people who allegedly became burglars to satisfy a late-night sweet tooth. Annapolis police say a 35-year-old Greenbelt woman broke into a downtown fudge store last week and was found at a nearby hotel crying and bewildered, with sticky fudge coating her arms and shirt and unwrapped bricks of fudge spilling out of her pockets.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Annie Linskey | March 31, 2005
Project Clean Stream Where: More than 100 streams in Central Maryland and on the Eastern Shore. When: 9 a.m.-noon Saturday. Why: Couples who muck together are stuck together? Maybe not, but we do think sloshing around in Maryland's not-so-pristine rivers and streams is an impressive way to forge a relationship. Prepare to remove unsavory items, including candy wrappers, soda cans, tires and the like. In previous years several tons of trash have been removed. The event should be followed by a warm shower.
FEATURES
By Dan Thanh Dang and Dan Thanh Dang,SUN STAFF | October 18, 2004
The trickle, at once literary and titillating, began in July. As book buyer Dee Peeler remembers it, the first to arrive was a rather indelicate, how-to sexual guide that promised the "lowdown" on sexual techniques, toys and positions. That was followed in August by Jenna Jameson's salacious, if heartbreaking, life story about her rise from teenage pole dancer to porn-queen extraordinaire looking for love, marriage and babies. Next came a coffee table book picturing porn stars posed and exposed.
NEWS
November 17, 2002
Amy Davis : Sun Staff Jodi Ceglia keeps her wrapping paper neatly organized, and uses a wristband tape dispenser. [Wrap, from Page 1n] stuffing a bit of gold tinsel into the top and enveloping the package in a garland of gold stars. Then, lacking a plume of gold ribbon, she folds another sheet of paper into a fan and fastens it behind the neck of the wrapped bottle. The final effect is a bit eerie, as if a brilliant miniature ninja had just sprung from Ceglia's rustic dining room table.
NEWS
By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | August 9, 2001
Two 13-year-old boys have been placed in the custody of their families after being charged with a series of break-ins at businesses and public buildings in Westminster, in which their primary target appeared to be candy and sodas from vending machines, Westminster police said. "We had a trend going," said Capt. Randy Barnes, Westminster police spokesman, referring to burglaries that began June 24 and showed similar characteristics, including candy wrappers at the scene. A break in the case occurred about 6:30 p.m. Sunday when a Maryland state trooper at Route 140 and Cranberry Road heard a burglar alarm sounding at Premier Video satellite systems in the first block of S. Cranberry Road.
NEWS
By Janet Gilbert | February 17, 2008
Watching the Food Network can make your mouth water for exotic dishes that you can't possibly assemble after work. This is not a problem as an adult, because you would never think of preparing the featured dish immediately. Instead, you might make some mental notes for a future shopping list and tell yourself you'll print out the recipe from the Web site and prepare that extraordinary dish later, over the weekend. Then, when the weekend rolls around, you'll open up a bag of salad, throw some chicken on the grill and call it dinner.
NEWS
By Phyllis Flowers and Phyllis Lucas | August 10, 1992
Friends, families and members of the Pumphrey community are invited to attend the third annual Pumphrey Day on Saturday.A kickoff parade is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. in front of Bingo World and will continue along Belle Grove Road to the Lloyd Keaser Center.The parade will include the Cherry Hill Cheerettes, a group of 110 boys and girls; the newly elected King and Queen of Pumphrey; a motorcycle club; clowns; and the Pumphrey Pompom Squad.Entertainment will be provided throughout the day, with exhibitions by the Severna Park Gymnastics Team; Maryland's Best Karate Team; the Modern Dancers from the county Department of Recreation and Parks; and the Pumphrey Pompom Squad.
NEWS
By DAN BERGER | May 2, 2001
Hizzoner is right. What this town needs is no rat catchers and more deputy mayors. Space tourism will not be authentic until you can buy T-shirts and leave candy wrappers there. Richard Antonio Moore pleaded guilty, taking life in prison, to avoid execution. That's the death penalty for once working as intended. The point is not to have a missile shield that works, but to be able to say we will.
NEWS
By A. M. Chaplin and A. M. Chaplin,Sun Staff | March 28, 1999
Fashion does not enjoy a whole lot of intellectual respectability -- unless it comes from distant lands, different cultures, the past. Then it might get a museum show.Two such shows are taking place now, and both include clothes from Asia that were in their own time what Prada and Armani are today. One exhibit, at the Textile Museum, 2320 S St. N.W. in Washington (202-667-0441), is about Indonesian batik. The show's hip wrappers (called sarung, from which I assume our word sarong comes) would look quite at home on the most stylish of today's beaches, although some of them date from as long ago as the early 19th century.
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