Month: July 2022

Smokin’ hot

The cherished summer tradition of outdoor cooking holds even more succulent surprises in store for smoker devotees and those intrigued to experiment. The concept of cooking turkey in a smoker, once considered quirky, became a...

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Gowls find paradise on Wye River

(This article is part of a series that spotlights historic farmhouses in Caroline, Dorchester, Queen Anne’s, Kent and Talbot counties. These homes are being given new life by the younger generation that lives in them presently.)...

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Review board: Charcuterie sampling

Charcuterie boards were originally borrowed from the French and lately it seems they’ve evolved to the next mouth-watering, over the top level. While the word itself refers to the tradition and art of preparing and assembling...

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