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Ethnic Eats

Azerbaijani Kavkaz Kebab 10902 Boulevard Circle, Suite 3, Owings Mills, 410-998-9004, http://www.kavkazkebab.com Confession: We didn’t know where Azerbaijan was prior to eating at Kavkaz Kebab. Sure, we knew it was part of the former Soviet Union, but just where it sat—no idea. Good thing eating is a tasty geography lesson. …

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At My Table

Growing up, I liked food a lot more than I liked school. I was lucky enough to go to lovely schools with gifted, caring and motivated instructors with whom I rarely engaged. My view for the most part was that school was what I tried to survive when I wasn’t cooking, …

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Food For Thought

“Kara and I were wondering if you would consider giving her cooking lessons,” my neighbor Kai said. It was late morning, and I was tugging weeds in the front garden, thinking about where to plant the portulacas. I was hot and grimy. I was not thinking about food. “Cooking lessons?” …

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Food For Thought

“Kara and I were wondering if you would consider giving her cooking lessons,” my neighbor Kai said. It was late morning, and I was tugging weeds in the front garden, thinking about where to plant the portulacas. I was hot and grimy. I was not thinking about food. “Cooking lessons?” …

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Shore tastes good!

It’s 8 in the morning, and already there’s enough smoke rising into the air near mile marker 73 on Route 50 that it wouldn’t be out of line for the fire department to make a courtesy call. For the Trappe Chapter of the Lions Club International, however, the smoke is …

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I have a food confession: I love Marshmallow Fluff. In hot chocolate. On very cold days.  Not much of a confession? How about if I add that I always buy a fresh jar of it every fall to get me through the winter, even though I only use it in …

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I wasn’t a girl who dreamed about my wedding. I wanted to marry someone, sure, and I wasn’t opposed to wearing a pretty dress. But the rest of it— the flowers, the dancing, even the food— all seemed extraneous.  And when my husband and I decided to marry, our narrow …

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Hayley Muendlein is painting plums. She works meticulously, her coppery hair slipping over her shoulder and perilously close to her paintbrush saturated with inky dye. With a touch of that brush, the tray of small round domes with clefts in each center turn from dun-colored to midnight purple, no longer …

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