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Scottish Ale Bread


First things first, I’m only calling this Scottish Ale Bread because the beer happens to be from Scotland. This is very tasty bread.   The Bellhaven Scottish Ale has strong flavors which really modify the bread flavor to near perfection. What’s In It Here’s all the ingredients. Salt, Flour, Yeast, Ale and Oats sprinkled on top before baking. Here’s the…

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Looking For A Bike – Part II – The Fixie


After reading a lot of websites, searching online including craigslist and watching youtube videos I learned one thing, and that is… I want a fixie. Yep, that’s what I want.  So, I’m looking for a bike, well make that a fixie.  If you missed part I, click here. What’s A Fixie Fixed gear bicycle, fixed wheel bicycle, commonly know as a fixie.…

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Mama’s On The Half Shell


It was Friday and just past 1:00 pm.  I was in the mood for lunch and a pint.  So I’m in the Jeep and drive to Of Love & Regret at 1028 South Conkling Street, Baltimore, MD.  As I pulled up it seemed empty and parking was easy (that should have been the tip off).  They don’t open till 4:00 pm, rats! Ok,…

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Maryland Soft Crab Sandwich


Growing up in Maryland has it’s benefits, great seafood is one of them.  I just love a good soft crab sandwich!  Let me date my self and say that I remember being a pre-teen (at least 28 years ago), going to my grandparents waterfront home on Seneca Creek and picking soft crab’s out of the slough box.  So excited because…

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Beer Pickled Jalapenos w/ Hoptimum IPA


We love beer, we love jalapenos, why not mix the two. Get ready for some great flavors. I originally saw this in a post on facebook from Jackie Dodd who is an amazing chef and writer. Oh and I forgot to mention that her photographs are top notch. Check out her website at www.thebeeroness.com after you make the recipe for yourself!…

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Looking For A Bike – Part I


I’ve been working downtown in Canton over a year now, so what’s that mean?  Well, let’s see, first I’m extremely familiar with all the taverns, bars and restaurants from Brewers Hill to Harbor East without a doubt.  I also see so many people on bikes who ride to work, ride to lunch, ride to meet a client, ride to get a…

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