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There's a Shrimp Sale at The Crab Crib. No, Really, There Is!

There’s a Shrimp Sale at The Crab Crib!

No, Really, There’s a Shrimp Sale at The Crab Crib…A Year-Round Sale. Like many others, Jennifer & I have been sucked in to the podcast, Serial. In Episode 5, host Sarah Koenig’s producer Dana Chivvis mentioned ‘There’s a Shrimp Sale at the Crab Crib’, which quickly turned into a meme, spawning t-shirts[…]

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Linwoods Restaurant: A Gem in Owings Mills

This week, we went to lunch at Linwoods Restaurant in Owings Mills, at the urging of Jennifer’s aunt. After hearing that they have a 3-Course Prix Fixe lunch menu for $24, and optional wine pairings for an extra $10, we were immediately interested. Nods from Baltimore Magazine and Zagat also helped[…]

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Preorder Michael Ruhlman’s New Cookbook ‘How To Braise’

While searching through Amazon for books to buy with my Christmas gift cards, I came across this little nugget… Michael Ruhlman is coming out with a new book on February 10, 2015: Ruhlman’s How to Braise: Foolproof Techniques and Recipes for the Home Cook: According to James Beard-award winning cookbook author[…]

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Travel In Style And Save Money With Stayful

I love to travel and stay in small, boutique hotels whenever possible. Usually, the smaller hotels have more personality than corporate, cookie cutter hotels, and often have better amenities. When I heard about Stayful via a post on TUAW, I knew I had to give it a try: Stayful is a[…]

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Wearing The Chimaira Crown Of Phantoms

I was finishing up the Fall 2013 Semester at Tri-C’s Digital Filmmaking Program when I got a tweet from Mark Hunter, Vocalist of Chimaira: @dlayphoto nice! Hit me up on email got a question. http://t.co/pbc9cUTvC5 — Mark Hunter (@chimairamark) December 10, 2013 I emailed Mark straightaway, wondering what his inquiry[…]

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Quite Possibly, The Best Chicken Teriyaki Recipe

This recipe comes courtesy of Guy Kawasaki. I’ve made this recipe twice now, once with chicken and once with beef – both have turned out amazing! It’s really simple, and once you try it, you’ll never get premade Teriyaki sauce again. Ingredients 1 cup of sugar 1 cup of soy sauce[…]

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