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Sounds Good AND Tastes Great – Appetite at Strathmore Part 2: Everything Else: Saturday

Saturday at Appetite at Strathmore was packed with events, so many simultaneously that missing something good seemed unavoidable – however, we soldiered on into the fray, thankful for what we could experience. Which turned out to be very satisfying. We … Continue reading

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Corned Beef King Comes In From The Cold

We had heard that the Corned Beef King  truck that has made its home parked outside the Olney Exxon station on Georgia Avenue had moved inside, so we stopped by recently to check it out. Sure enough, there is now … Continue reading

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Eating Poland Part 1: The Plac Nowy

I spent a week in what must be the best place in Europe for eating cheaply but well.  Krakow, Poland, is a city full of genuine Medieval charm (not bombed in WWII) and genuine eating bargains.  I had several lunches … Continue reading

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Joan Nathan’s Search Rewarded

Quiches, Kugels, and Couscous: My Search for Jewish Cooking in France Joan Nathan is one of this country’s leading authorities on Jewish cooking.  Her previous books, from The Flavor of Jerusalem (published in 1974), through Jewish Cooking in America and … Continue reading

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