Miscellaneous

BY Ilene Spector
April 11, 2013

With $25,000 in prizes for the first-place winner, the Manischewitz Cookoff has now become one of the biggest annual cooking contests. I was at the latest Manischewitz Cookoff and got to taste every recipe from the five finalists. The winning recipe, a takeoff on Thai “Pho” (pronounced “Fuh”) soup, was delicious. It was simple, creative CONTINUE »

BY Rochelle Eisenberg
February 17, 2013

Pikesville resident Susan Cohen enjoys entertaining. She loves setting a pretty table, hanging out with family and friends and of course, eating. On the other hand, when she’s the one doing the entertaining, she wants to prepare easy dishes that “I can place in the oven and call it a day,” she says.CONTINUE »

BY Amy Landsman
February 3, 2013

For eight years, chef Chris Golder traveled the oceans, preparing meals on some of the world’s most luxurious yachts. Now the Maryland native has dropped anchor at Tark’s Grill at Green Spring Station in Lutherville, where happy customers enjoy the restaurant’s signature steaks, braised ribs and chicken potpie.CONTINUE »

BY Maayan Jaffe
January 18, 2013

A physical education teacher at the Day School at Baltimore Hebrew has been suspended following charges of child abuse. Foye C. Minton, 33, was arrested on Jan. 10 at around noon at the day school. He has been charged with child abuse following an investigation by the Baltimore County Police Department’s Crimes against Children Unit, CONTINUE »

November 16, 2012

At last week’s meeting, other speakers included Harford County Executive David R. Craig, new Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent S. Dallas Dance and head of the Baltimore County Education Foundation Deborah Phelps. Craig spoke about his community’s successes and then said he is considering a run for Maryland governor. Dance, who started in his current CONTINUE »