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  • Canton Dockside offers The Eggstravagant Crab, a crabcake, bacon, lettuce, tomato topped with a fried egg and served on housemade country toast. Served with a Bloody Mary, it hits all the essential food groups.
    What’s for Breakfast?
    May 23, 2012, No comments

    Canton Dockside offers The Eggstravagant Crab, a crabcake, bacon, lettuce, tomato topped with a fried egg and served on housemade country toast. Served with a Bloody Mary, it hits all […]

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    Easter Basket Cupcakes Add a Special Touch
    April 2, 2012, 1 Comment

    (Family Features) Go beyond store-bought marshmallow chicks and chocolate rabbits this year. Perfect for some-bunny special – or as a dessert to brighten any holiday table – A Tisket, A […]

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    Cooking The Perfect Pasta
    February 27, 2012, No comments

    Americans love pasta, and with minor adjustments, they could cook it perfectly. If your noodles are tasteless, clumpy or tough, it’s time to review your technique. Salt the water based […]

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    Succulent eats in Sobo
    February 1, 2012, No comments

    It had been years since either of us walked into Regi’s, the wonderful restaurant that anchors Federal Hill’s Restaurant Row. Our next visit won’t take as long, because Regi’s is […]

  • Good use of an old favorite
    January 18, 2012, No comments

    A hard act to follow. The words might have been written for stage performers, but over the years, they’ve been applied to just about everyone in every situation: from co-workers […]

  • Where to eat in 2012?
    January 4, 2012, No comments

    We had a lot on our plate last year—new restaurants opened all over the Guide’s readership area, proof, in this economy, that restaurateurs are incurable optimists. Here’s part 2 of […]

  • A taste tour of the town (Part 1)
    December 28, 2011, No comments

    We had a lot on our plate last year—new restaurants opened all over the Guide’s readership area, proof, in this economy, that restaurateurs are incurable optimists. The best thing is […]

  • Best crab cake? It’s darned good at Lakis
    December 14, 2011, 8 Comments

    We stopped by Lakis, 3928 Eastern Avenue (at Grundy) the other day for lunch. The new owner has completely renovated the place, and it’s now a bright, clean, comfortable diner/carryout […]

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    For seafood, say Sal’s
    December 7, 2011, 2 Comments

    Now that the Markets development in Fells Point is (finally!) underway, the South Market shed is renewed. Some favorites from the North Shed moved down to the South—Vikki’s and Sophie’s, […]