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Hardcore Maryland Summer - let's have one

Hardcore Maryland Summer - let's have one

Mr. Maryland here for FoodNewsie.com We haven’t formally met because it’s a self-appointed title; but don’t take it. Because it’s mine. I’ll tell you what’s it all about and hopefully you’ll get excited, apply for the Mr. Maryland the II title and follow along through this little venture that I’ll...

Triple Cheesecake

Triple Cheesecake

rewritten 3.30.16 This is really straightforward and delightful and even tastes better the next day making it a perfect make-ahead dessert. Since it needs time to cool and set, you have to plan this one out anyway so why not have some old time fun with the scheming? There are...

Mayland, History, Food.

Mayland, History, Food.

I have appointed myself, quietly, Mr. Maryland – granting myself powers to look at local history through the filter of food. I also, you see, have a Food Blogger Badge that I infrequently flip out on anyone especially bringing to conclusive ends disputes over food among friends. The title’s duration...

A Secular Calendar for farming

A Secular Calendar for farming

Years ago we endeavoured to create a simplified calendar to help gardeners who are cursed with two left thumbs. Too often, new flower and veggie farmers are confined to the directions on the backs of seed packets suggesting planting months and spans of growth recommended for the best times to...

Whoa! Go Mango! History and Hot Sauce...

Whoa! Go Mango! History and Hot Sauce...

South Florida is known for some pretty outrageous stuff, sometimes so silly, it’s positively unbelievable. Take this little ditty for example, people from almost all walks of life have mango trees in their backyards. Right about this time of year, what to have for lunch, breakfast and dessert, is never...

Horizon Dinosaurs, grain elevators

Horizon Dinosaurs, grain elevators

We suburbans see them dotting the horizon when we’re on those long, annoying single-lane highways as we’re itching for the passing lanes to come. They’re not high on the list of things to think about; they look like relics of farming long gone. The fact is, they’re as relevant now...

Natural headache remedies

Natural headache remedies

We’ve put together a short list of frequently prescribed headache remedies that can make small to big headaches go away with a little time, and in some cases, a little absurdity. The Cold Towel on the forehead trick was popular growing up and as we age, we learn that headaches...

Some Geese Have Curly Feathers

Some Geese Have Curly Feathers

A lot of stories go around about how frightful geese can be. Indeed, a goose or two on a farm makes for a watchdog better than the watchdog on the farm. Getting to know a goose better stops it from being defensive of the flock or land it calls home....

The Roquefort Files

The Roquefort Files

Along the path to becoming a foodie, an unspoken rule is that one crucial step along that path is to sample, Roquefort Cheese: The King of Cheese, the Cheese of Kings. The first time is always memorable and the first, first time took place in France’s Roquefort-sur-Soulzon.

Blackout - Prediction & Recipes

Blackout - Prediction & Recipes

Join the sites that are going dark like Wikipedia and Mozilla by celebrating with Blackout Recipes. Sites are blacking out voluntarily to protest laws being voted on that owners feel will CENSOR THE WEB. The battle might be won, but this war has always been...

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