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Now Cooking: Key Lime Pie

Now Cooking: Key Lime Pie

Chef: Morgaine Brunn Restaurant: Charlsie’s Bakehouse based in Catonsville and named for her grandmother, Charlsetta Her words I entered the restaurant industry by accident. I enrolled in a weekend baking class at a community college and loved it. I immediately switched my major. Now, I wouldn’t dream of doing anything …

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Weekend Plans, What to Do March 19-22

With many of us practicing social distancing, working, and schooling from home, it leaves a crucial question: What can I do from home this weekend?  Don’t worry; we have some suggestions for six fun things you can do to pass the time. Make a fruity cocktail Trust us, this one …

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Taco Tuesday

Taco Tuesday Taco fans rejoice: It’s officially Taco Tuesday. Vida Taco Bar’s executive chef Josh Brown has a seasonal creation that’s warm, comforting and full of flavor. Oh, and it’s entirely plant-based — spicy jerk tempeh tacos. Brown, who became a vegetarian two years ago, says he wanted to create …

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Salmon Run

  It may be fall, but Marylanders still eat their seafood. In fact, some seek it out as an alternative to the turkey that inevitably awaits them. This salmon on mash recipe created by Fratelli’s Italian and Seafood in Hampstead is one such antidote. Even though it’s fall, diners still …

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Work of Art

In all ways, Julie Yensho’s home is the ultimate portfolio, a culminating project of the work she has done up until this point. That includes two decades as a pastry chef, time spent as a set painter on “House of Cards” and life on a farm in Ohio. Now Yensho …

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This Is Bananas

This Is Bananas

Know this about Baltimore Style’s beverage writer Ginny Lawhorn: She is a cozy hugger. She’s also a champion present giver, a morale booster and a natural nurturer. It’s no surprise she works in the hospitality industry; she is the quintessential bartender, shouldering our load as she makes us a drink. …

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Old Bay hot sauce is now a thing

When McCormick’s Old Bay hot sauce hit the market this winter, it sold out in less than a week. Jill Pratt, chief marketing excellence officer at McCormick tells us how this tasty condiment came to be on our tables and the best part of working for Baltimore’s best-known spice company. …

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Three For Tea

  It’s 10 a.m. on a Friday early in the new year and many of the tables at Bel Air’s Tea by Two are full. Ladies are seated in twos or threes (all of the morning’s sippers are women) with colorful pots of tea, plates of cucumber sandwiches and ramekins …

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Barber Shop Babe

barber shop babe

“Ouch,” I say, feeling a jolt of financial pain. My eye-popping bill for a haircut with a master stylist, color and glaze is nearly $300. Before tip. The dent to my wallet wouldn’t be so bad if my pesky gray roots didn’t make their unwelcome return every four weeks. If …

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Weekend Plans, What to Do March 12-15

Here is our roundup of weekend fun across the area! Check websites before you go; as our community prepares for Coronavirus, we expect cancellations and postponements. Thursday  Stitch Strong In honor of Women’s History Month, an embroidery expert will help you cross-stitch an empowering message or a silhouette of a …

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Ministry of Brewing

Ministry of Brewing aims to be a congregation of libations, music and fellowship After eight years of vacancy, St. Michael’s Church in Upper Fells Point reopened its doors recently not to congregants, but to the Ministry of Brewing, Baltimore’s newest brewing company and community attraction. Like most Catholic churches, St. …

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