RSS

Year Issued: 2011

This is a food blog, not a book blog. However, a wonderful food-related book just came across my path, and I would be remiss if I didn't write it about it here. The book is "The Sharper the Knife, the Less You Cry," by Kathleen Flinn, a wonderful mem... Read more

Reviews

It's always unhappy news when a restaurant closes; it's even unhappier when it's a restaurant we know to be run by dedicated and talented chefs. So when we got the news today that 208 Talbot in St. Michaels would serve its final meal on New Year's Ev... Read more

Dining

I might be a bit biased, but I particularly adore this photo from Love by Serena. Read more

You’ve heard of big things in small packages. Read more

Dining

More than 150 rivers and streams greet the Chesapeake Bay from various points along its 200-mile stretch bordering Maryland and Virginia. Read more

Culture

Are you still looking for a place to celebrate the dawn of 2012? Read more

Dining

Two local organizations each receive $35,000 from local event Read more

News

Mid-Shore Foster Families Celebrate at the Holiday Party in Cordova. Read more

News

My dad has always been a big fan of New Year's. The idea of shedding off an old year, and getting a good start on a new one, is one thing he can really get behind. Part of that sloughing off is making resolutions. Read more

Culture

Games, puzzles, dolls and other toys were donated to Memorial Hospital. Read more

News

Meet the Artist: Roadhouse Clams. Read more

Culture

When my parents came to visit last week, my mom had a very special piece of cargo with her: The top tier of my wedding cake. Read more

Severna Park resident Ilene Wellens got an unusual Christmas present two years ago from her daughter Tracy, who lives in Seattle. Read more

Health and Beauty

It's the time of year for looking back and reflecting on what we did in 2011. I can say I did a whole lot of cooking.  Read more

Recipes

Another benefit for Calvert Marime Museum members Read more

News

Brighter Christmas Fund and Village of Hope receive donations. Read more

News

Just in time for that midnight-on-New-Year’s-Eve smooch, here’s a little reminder of why we get such a kick out of kissing. Read more

Health and Beauty

The past week or so has been all about cooking (when isn't it, though?) and visiting, as my parents came to visit us from Arizona. I don't get many chances to cook for them, so -- as I always do -- I had planned plenty of delicious meals. However, I ... Read more

Recipes

Richard LaMotte returns to Sunday Conversations with Chesapeake Authors Read more

News

OCF contributes to Make-A-Wish Foundation. Read more

News