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Crab Cakes, Maryland Style: What’s in your recipe?

It was on a rainy afternoon in the Carpenter Street and Saloon in St. Michaels when I had my first Maryland crab cake. I naively asked the waitress for the recipe. “No one shares crab cake recipe,” she tersely informed […]

Crab Cakes, Maryland Style: What’s in your recipe?

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It was on a rainy afternoon in the Carpenter Street and Saloon in St. Michaels when I had my first Maryland crab cake. I naively asked the waitress for the recipe. “No one shares crab cake recipe,” she tersely informed […]

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Salad heaven and more

Ambrosia and Waldorf Salads: Create a base of fruits, nuts, with a gentle sprinkling of sweetness, and you have two traditional American recipes. Tasty additions to any meal and

Braised Boneless Short Ribs Pot Roast: Yum

Outside the temperatures are falling. It’s time for hearty foods, and there’s nothing like the aroma of boneless short ribs bubbling in a delicious sauce to stir up the

Soup Day for Snow Days

Vichyssoise: A pureed soup of potatoes, leeks, onions, cream and chicken stock. Though the name of the soup is French, this recipe is more American in origin. Traditionally served

Tuna Casserole: Ultimate comfort food revisited

With the appearance of canned and packaged foods on grocery shelves in the 1950s, the American housewife quickly discovered the casserole. The combination of canned soup, noodles or rice,

Christmas Menu: Cranberry Pistachio Biscotti

In Time for Christmas. Cranberry Pistachio Biscotti: a colorful, crunchy, not-so-sweet cookie. Twice baked gives this cookie a dry texture, excellent for dipping into coffee, cappuccinos, lattes, black tea

Thanksgiving Dinner Ideas: What’s on your menu?

Marshmallows, Oranges and Sweet Potatoes: The combination of these sweet ingredients creates a winning side dish for holiday or every day. The first two recipes call for orange halves, filled

Cling Peach Torte-Pie: So sweet, so good

Nothing compares to summer’s sweet, juicy peaches right off the tree, except for a canned jar of the yellow-orange fruit during fall or winter. Though great right out of

Apples in the air

Apple Sauce Cupcakes reinvented from a 1950s version of Apple Sauce Cake. The original applesauce cake recipe calls for unsweetened applesauce right off the stove but a jar of

Best recipes I’ve never tried: Cobra Soup, Elephant Stew, and more

Here’s an assortment of odd and unusual recipes that I’ve discovered over the years. I thought it’s time to bring them out of forced isolation and share a few

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