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Holiday Hors d’oeuvres FOOD AND DISHES FROM SIMPATICO 104 Railroad Ave. St. Michaels, MD 21663 410-745-0345 www.simpaticostmichaels.com WINE BOTTLES WITH SLEEVE Red Fire Old Vine Zinfandel, a delicious Primitivo wine from the Puglia region in Italy, great with meats and BBQ Silk & Spice Red Blend Wine from Portugal, 90 Pts WE, pairs well with so many foods OLIVES AND DISH Spicy Green Olives from the Abruzzo region of Italy, spicy food lovers delight Mixed Italia Olives, pitte
My Uncle Bud lived in New York City, and when I was a child, my family visited him every year during school break. We went to see lots plays and musicals while in the Big Apple, and I caught the theater bug and never have been cured. As an architect, I was a member of the design team for the Carolyn Blount Theatre, home of the Alabama Shakespeare Festival in Montgomery, and my primary responsibility was to design and coordinate consultants for the auditorium. When I moved to
An unusual take on a local holiday favorite Season 5 of the sitcom “Happy Days” premiered in September 1977. In this episode, the character Fonzie, played by Harry Winkler, jumps his water skis over a shark. He wore his character’s iconic leather jacket during the feat. Since that time, when a brand has gone so off-brand that it has become silly, or a trend sunsets, people use the idiom “jumped the shark.” So it goes with the -tini. A martini is a classic drink made with vodk
At some point, we’ve all known someone who thinks that food is love. It might even be you. They’re easy to identify, these people. They’re the ones who say, “just one more helping.” They have kitchens that always smell vaguely delicious in an unidentifiable way. They make generous portions, they say cooking ‘relaxes them,’ and they are always happiest when whatever tempting morsels they’ve spent hours preparing are being joyfully consumed. Winter dinners at Luisa’s Cocina in
In 1997, The Cricket Theater rented The Avalon Theatre to put on “A Christmas Carol,” a three-day Christmas show. It was a hit, and the Avalon Foundation approached the group and with an offer to assume the business side of the event if Cricket Theater took care of the craft side. Since then, in the past 22 years, more than 1,000 people have been involved in the Christmas shows, bringing to life such shows as “Miracle on 34th Street,” “It’s a Wonderful Life,” “A Christmas Sto