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by TIFFANY ARNOLD | March 14, 2007
Whoever said, "Everybody's Irish on Saint Patrick's Day," might have been at the Hagerstown home of Bob and Dolores Vidoni for a Saint Patrick's Day dinner, when just about the only thing Irish in the house is the corned beef and cabbage. There's also the Rev. Chris Moore, the only one of Irish heritage among the handful of guests at the yearly dinner party. Moore is a priest at Saint Joseph Catholic Church in Hagerstown. He said the Vidonis' Saint Patrick's Day dinner is the only time he eats Irish cooking all year.
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March 14, 2001
Celebrating St. Patrick's Day By KEVIN CLAPP kevinc@herald-mail.com Is eating a bowl of Lucky Charms enough to satisfy your inner shamrock on St. Patrick's Day? continued If not, there will be ample opportunity to sample cuisine from the Emerald Isle Saturday at The Corner Pub, 158 S. Mulberry St. in Hagerstown. Just be sure to get there early - people tend to pack the local watering hole tighter than the bounty in a pot o' gold.
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March 10, 2004
Irish Soda Bread 5 cups all-purpose flour 2 tablespoons baking powder 1 1/2 teaspoons baking soda 1 1/2 teaspoons salt 1/2 stick butter 18 fluid ounces buttermilk 1 cup raisins or currants Mix dry ingredients with paddle attachments in mixing bowl to distribute soda, baking powder and salt. Cut up slightly softened butter and add to dry ingredients. Mix at medium speed approximately two minutes.
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November 8, 2009
HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. --The Woods is a conference center, resort and residential community deep in the Sleepy Creek Mountains west of Hedgesville, W.Va. Three restaurants had been listed on their Web site -- Walnut Pub, Chestnut Grill and Walden Restaurant. I recently visited The Woods and planned to eat at Walden Restaurant. To search for connections between the restaurant and its namesake, Henry Thoreau's early American book of essays titled "Walden," I had thumbed through an old copy.
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By OMNI VORE | November 8, 2009
HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - The Woods is a conference center, resort and residential community deep in the Sleepy Creek Mountains west of Hedgesville, W.Va. Three restaurants had been listed on their Web site - Walnut Pub, Chestnut Grill and Walden Restaurant. I recently visited The Woods and planned to eat at Walden Restaurant. To search for connections between the restaurant and its namesake, Henry Thoreau's early American book of essays titled "Walden," I had thumbed through an old copy.
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By SUSIE HOFFMAN / 301-790-2413 | March 18, 2008
A time to reflect So we meet again! Here we sit right smack dab between St. Patrick's Day and Easter. I trust that everyone wore green Monday and found time to make some corned beef and cabbage. As you can guess, we are having the leftover corned beef for sandwiches at my house. Preparations are under way for the annual visit by the Easter Bunny ... complete with carrot cake and ham. Please don't get so swept up in the commercial end of the holiday that we forget the true reason for Easter.
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By JULIE E. GREENE | March 11, 2009
It might seem anti-Irish, but for many Americans the corned beef they will eat on Tuesday in celebration of St. Patrick's Day might have originated in Texas. And the cabbage might have come from California or New York, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Agricultural Statistics Service. But the real punch line is that corned beef and cabbage isn't a traditional Irish meal. It has become a traditional Irish-American meal to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Father Doug Kenney, at St. Ann's Catholic Church in Hagerstown, said he asked about corned beef during his trips to Ireland.
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by KATE COLEMAN | March 10, 2004
katec@herald-mail.com The annual St. Patrick's Day Festival in Dublin, Ireland, will begin Thursday, March 11, and last through Wednesday, March 17, begorra! Although St. Patrick's Day is said to be the one national holiday celebrated in more countries around the world than any other, surprisingly, the Dublin event began less than 10 years ago. It has a parade, music, street theater, fireworks, visual arts and a treasure hunt for the Irish and those who feel Irish every year about this time.
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By JULIE E. GREENE | September 25, 2009
FREDERICK, Md. -- For the first time since the first episode of "Top Chef: Las Vegas," a Voltaggio brother did not win the elimination round. Nor did Bryan or Michael win the quickfire of the sixth episode, which aired at 10 Wednesday night on Bravo. After having his quickfire dish cited as one of guest judge Michelle Bernstein's least favorites, Bryan Voltaggio did get compliments for his elimination-round dish. But it was his younger brother, Michael, who ended up with one of the best dishes of the elimination round, just not the victory.
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November 8, 2009
HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. --The Woods is a conference center, resort and residential community deep in the Sleepy Creek Mountains west of Hedgesville, W.Va. Three restaurants had been listed on their Web site -- Walnut Pub, Chestnut Grill and Walden Restaurant. I recently visited The Woods and planned to eat at Walden Restaurant. To search for connections between the restaurant and its namesake, Henry Thoreau's early American book of essays titled "Walden," I had thumbed through an old copy.
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By OMNI VORE | November 8, 2009
HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - The Woods is a conference center, resort and residential community deep in the Sleepy Creek Mountains west of Hedgesville, W.Va. Three restaurants had been listed on their Web site - Walnut Pub, Chestnut Grill and Walden Restaurant. I recently visited The Woods and planned to eat at Walden Restaurant. To search for connections between the restaurant and its namesake, Henry Thoreau's early American book of essays titled "Walden," I had thumbed through an old copy.
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By JULIE E. GREENE | September 25, 2009
FREDERICK, Md. -- For the first time since the first episode of "Top Chef: Las Vegas," a Voltaggio brother did not win the elimination round. Nor did Bryan or Michael win the quickfire of the sixth episode, which aired at 10 Wednesday night on Bravo. After having his quickfire dish cited as one of guest judge Michelle Bernstein's least favorites, Bryan Voltaggio did get compliments for his elimination-round dish. But it was his younger brother, Michael, who ended up with one of the best dishes of the elimination round, just not the victory.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | March 11, 2009
It might seem anti-Irish, but for many Americans the corned beef they will eat on Tuesday in celebration of St. Patrick's Day might have originated in Texas. And the cabbage might have come from California or New York, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Agricultural Statistics Service. But the real punch line is that corned beef and cabbage isn't a traditional Irish meal. It has become a traditional Irish-American meal to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Father Doug Kenney, at St. Ann's Catholic Church in Hagerstown, said he asked about corned beef during his trips to Ireland.
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By JULIE E. GREENE | January 28, 2009
It's the Arizona Cardinals' first trip to the Super Bowl, and the seventh for the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers are a team rich with tradition, which includes Primanti Brothers sandwiches at Heinz Field. The Cardinals, well, their home field is in Phoenix so southwestern fare comes to mind. We asked Stephen E. Kemmet, general manager of Bulls & Bears Restaurant in downtown Hagerstown, to come up with recipes to represent the teams in Sunday's Super Bowl XLIII. Kemmet, who used to own Blue Ox Cafe in Olney, Md., offered up the former restaurant's Tuscan Tortilla to represent the red and white, and Bulls & Bears' version of the Primanti Brothers sandwich to represent the black and gold.
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By SUSIE HOFFMAN / 301-790-2413 | March 18, 2008
A time to reflect So we meet again! Here we sit right smack dab between St. Patrick's Day and Easter. I trust that everyone wore green Monday and found time to make some corned beef and cabbage. As you can guess, we are having the leftover corned beef for sandwiches at my house. Preparations are under way for the annual visit by the Easter Bunny ... complete with carrot cake and ham. Please don't get so swept up in the commercial end of the holiday that we forget the true reason for Easter.
NEWS
by TIFFANY ARNOLD | March 14, 2007
Whoever said, "Everybody's Irish on Saint Patrick's Day," might have been at the Hagerstown home of Bob and Dolores Vidoni for a Saint Patrick's Day dinner, when just about the only thing Irish in the house is the corned beef and cabbage. There's also the Rev. Chris Moore, the only one of Irish heritage among the handful of guests at the yearly dinner party. Moore is a priest at Saint Joseph Catholic Church in Hagerstown. He said the Vidonis' Saint Patrick's Day dinner is the only time he eats Irish cooking all year.
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by JULIE E. GREENE | July 9, 2004
julieg@herald-mail.com HAGERSTOWN - The Duffer, the Golfer, fresh-roasted turkey and the Reuben with homemade dressing are coming back. Friends Monty Jones and Michael Guessford expect to reopen the former Ron's Deli at 29 N. Burhans Blvd. as Always Ron's by the end of July. The two are bringing back many of the popular sandwiches from when the restaurant was Ron's Deli, operated by Ron Stansbury, they said. Some of the waitresses who worked at Ron's for a long time also are returning.
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by KATE COLEMAN | March 10, 2004
katec@herald-mail.com The annual St. Patrick's Day Festival in Dublin, Ireland, will begin Thursday, March 11, and last through Wednesday, March 17, begorra! Although St. Patrick's Day is said to be the one national holiday celebrated in more countries around the world than any other, surprisingly, the Dublin event began less than 10 years ago. It has a parade, music, street theater, fireworks, visual arts and a treasure hunt for the Irish and those who feel Irish every year about this time.
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