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Restaurant Review: Julie St. Marie

At her recent event, “Women in Winemaking,” St. Marie highlighted female winemakers from California to Italy to a crowd that wasn’t just about the gals. Male attendance was just as robust.

Great Food Fakes: Tasty & Healthy Look A-Likes

While these healthier options might cut calories, they don’t skimp on taste!

Crab Feast to Compost: What’s good for us is great for Mother Nature

“From the Bay to the Garden,” is the mantra and the background story of “The World’s Biggest Crab Feast.”

Chef’s Challenge 2017: Chef Steve Konopelski of Turnbridge Point, Denton

This year’s challenge boasts three “Best Of” chefs—David Pow of Soul in Annapolis, Ryan & Emily Groll of Eat Sprout! based in Trappe, and Steve Konopelski of Turnbridge Point in Denton.

Chef’s Challenge 2017: A Multi-Chef, Multi-Course Culinary Excursion!

This year’s challenge boasts three “Best Of” chefs—David Pow of Soul in Annapolis, Ryan & Emily Groll of Eat Sprout! based in Trappe, and Steve Konopelski of Turnbridge Point in Denton.

Chef’s Challenge 2017: Chefs Ryan & Emily Groll of Eat Sprout!, Trappe

This year’s challenge boasts three “Best Of” chefs—David Pow of Soul in Annapolis, Ryan & Emily Groll of Eat Sprout! based in Trappe, and Steve Konopelski of Turnbridge Point in Denton.

Chef’s Challenge 2017: Chef David Pow of Soul Restaurant, Annapolis

This year’s challenge boasts three “Best Of” chefs—David Pow of Soul in Annapolis, Ryan & Emily Groll of Eat Sprout! based in Trappe, and Steve Konopelski of Turnbridge Point in Denton.

Restaurant Review: Carpaccio Tuscan Kitchen

Food and wine share star status at Carpaccio Tuscan Kitchen and Wine Bar, the popular establishment adjacent to the Westin Hotel on Westgate Circle.

Catching the Beautiful Swimmer: Chicken-necking 101 and other techniques for the recreational crabber

Recreational crabbing is far removed from the pressures of its commercial counterpart and enjoyed by many during the warmer climes of mid–summer into brisk, late-October.

2017 Summer Dining Guide: Dining Out Under the Chesapeake Sun

In our bend of Maryland, we’re spoiled for choices when it comes to captivating water views and fresh, filling food.

 

 

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