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  • Juice

    Juice
    Over the millennia, wines have become densely interwoven with Italy's regional cuisines. For Italians, arguably more than other people, wine and food are inextricable, and both constitute integral parts of life. Italian wine, food, and spirit all promise...
  • Rhubarb Poppy

    Rhubarb Poppy
    As you stroll through Baltimore's farmers markets this spring, you may notice what looks like dark-pink celery at your favorite farmer's stand. It's rhubarb, a very interesting plant (some classify it as a fruit, others see it as a vegetable) that is tart...
  • The holiday onslaught on the Wine Source's shelves has cleared them of any elf- or Santa-related beers

    The holiday onslaught on the Wine Source's shelves has cleared them of any elf- or Santa-related beers, but there are still some winter options to grab up before breweries start shipping out their spring seasonals, according to Wine Source beer manager...
  • Bubbly deserves better

    The cachet associated with Champagne can cut both ways. Purveyors of fine sparkling wine demand a premium for its prestige and they get it-most of the time. On the other hand, its perception as a luxury product makes it vulnerable to the vagaries of...
  • FOOD FESTIVALS

    FOOD FESTIVALS
    Annapolis Arts, Crafts & Wine Festival. June 7, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; June 8, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, 550 Taylor Ave., Annapolis, (410) 263-4012,annapolisartscraftsandwinefestival.com. The Annapolis Craft Beer and Music Festival....
  • Pair of Choux, Grazing, and Local Pours

    Pair of Choux Susannah Siger made many women smile nearly a decade ago when she married the unlikely but oh-so-right coupling of shoes and chocolate under one retail roof. Now she's added another passion to the mix: authentic French pastries served up...
  • Chardonnay

    My wife has schooled me on the ABCs of white wine, ABC in this case standing for "anything but chardonnay." By all accounts, chard remains the most widely planted grape and best-selling wine-red or white-in the U.S. Cultivated throughout the wine world,...
  • Charles Village Festival, Baltimore Pride, Maryland State Fair, and more.

    Hare Krishna Rathayatra Chariot Parade And Festival of India, noon-6 p.m. May 26, McKeldin Square, Pratt and Light streets, festivalofindia.org. ISKON Baltimore holds its 11th-annual Rathayatra festival in McKeldin Square. A parade kicks off the...
  • Quaint county pub wows with creative, locally sourced cuisine

    Recently, a German friend was trying to come up with an English phrase to describe the delight when something is much better than anticipated-a positive twist on the idea of "bait and switch." I couldn't think of a colloquialism beyond "pleasantly...
  • Monkton's Millstone Cellars makes its debut

    Just a few weeks ago, I was at some holiday party of the not-very-interesting variety. Then a guest opened a bottle of cider they'd brought-Millstone Cellars' Ciderberry blend-and things suddenly got very interesting. The clear, carnelian liquid was...
  • Loyola prof chronicles wine's shifting cultural cachet

    A yuppie-type lives near Hampden, decides to go out for dinner, and moseys over to the Avenue. She surveys her options: cheap and plentiful bar food at dimly lit Frazier's; trendy fare at the bustling Food Market; tried-and-true favorites at kitschy...
  • Creative differences, Weird wines, and Green gobbles

    Creative differences Running the restaurant at the Creative Alliance was a little more chaotic than husband-wife team Winston Blick and Cristin Dadant, owners of Hamilton's Clementine restaurant and the Green Onion grocery anticipated. The couple launched...