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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 applesauce from the store shelf works just fine. Just be sure […]

Apples in the air

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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 applesauce from the store shelf works just fine. Just be sure […]

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EU opens antitrust case against Hollywood studios

Sony Pictures Entertainment, 20th Century Fox, Walt Disney Studios, NBCUniversal, Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros. find themselves in a European drama. On Thursday the European Union (EU) opened an antitrust

Taste of India at home

I still think the next best thing to traveling the world is to eat food from all over the world. Since getting married, my husband and I have gone

From Dushanbe to Boulder

I recently spent some time in Boulder, Colorado with an old friend. On Saturday morning we worked our way through the Farmer’s Market tasting all the samples we could

Heluva Good Dip is Heluva hit

The other night I had some friends over. I was doing nibbles, someone brought apps and another brought salad, and someone else baked brownies for dessert. When I rolled out

How to support two local businesses with one night out at Heavy Seas

For once I'm going to shut up about my own food and tell about some really great stuff Baltimore has to offer.  Last weekend, my husband surprised me with

Morel Crostini and Rockfish a la Bouillabaisse Sauce: Wonderful, earthy dishes

From the recipe files of The Classic Catering People. Traditional Recipes taken to the next level of taste. Here are my attempts at duplicating the following chef-inspired recipes. My group

Gordon Biersch: More than really good beer

Executive Chef Matthew Roberts understands the foundation of every dish at Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant in Harbor East. “Beer is the building block,” he said. But it’s what he does with

Food and Beer with some other stuff thrown in – My Week

I had an interesting week. After spending 12 years in the DC area and never going out or doing anything (at least very rarely), I now have a blooming

Carmine’s in the Tropicana Hotel in Atlantic City: Now that’s Italian

I hope you don’t think this is sneaky, but I do have to know for sure whether or not the smiles on servers faces in restaurants are real.  Here’s

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