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September 19, 2007
1 cup rice vinegar 2 tablespoons dark sesame oil 1 tablespoon honey 1 beef flank steak (1 to 1 1/2 pounds) 2 cups packaged dry coleslaw mix 1/2 cup chopped dry green onions 1/8 teaspoon salt Dash of pepper 4 flour tortillas (8- to 10-inch diameter) Salt and pepper to taste 1/3 cup coarsely chopped, honey-roasted peanuts Green onion flower and additional chopped, honey-roasted peanuts (optional) In large bowl, combine rice vinegar, dark sesame oil and honey to make the dressing.
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By TIM ROWLAND | August 16, 2007
Commentary Hot dog. I mean hot sirloin. I want to tip my hat to Martha Flach, and I don't even know who in the heck she is. All I know is that The New York Times picked up on her match.com personal ad and wrote a story about it. Remember the good old days when reporters used to monitor stuff like police logs and court records to dig up news stories? No, never mind, I don't want to get distracted by that, because in this case the reporter in charge of the lonely hearts beat did the nation a great service.
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By MARLO BARNHART | August 12, 2007
Editor's note:B Each Sunday, The Herald-Mail publishes "A Life Remembered. " This continuing series takes a look back - through the eyes of family, friends, co-workers and others - at a member of the community who died recently. Today's "A Life Remembered" is about Atlee H. Bussard Sr., who died July 30 at the age of 73. His obituary appeared in the Aug. 3 editions of The Morning Herald and The Daily Mail. SHARPSBURG - Ellie Ewan was 23 when she had her first date with Atlee Bussard at a steak house on Western Pike, she recalled.
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By PEPPER BALLARD | June 9, 2007
What Bill Bullard tries to spice up, his boss, Chris Jefferies, tries to cool down. Forty years ago, Bullard taught Jefferies how to hold a knife. On a recent afternoon at the Red Horse Steak House & Anvil Bar, where the two chefs met, Bullard and Jefferies laughed about their differences and reflected on their careers as they prepared to close the Dual Highway restaurant. The steakhouse is to officially close after dinner today. "We're like friends. You know someone for 40 years ... We carry on and tease a lot," said Jefferies, 56, who started out as a dishwasher in 1967 at the restaurant he has owned since 1972.
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By DAN DEARTH | May 29, 2007
After serving steaks and seafood for the past 45 years, the Red Horse Steak House & Anvil Bar will close its doors for good June 10. Owner Chris Jefferies said he plans to retire and chose to liquidate the Dual Highway restaurant after his three children rejected the idea of taking over. "It'll be a sad day," Jefferies said. "The worst thing will be to watch the bulldozer start pushing. " Jefferies said people have inquired about buying the restaurant's equipment. He isn't sure, however, what will happen with the land.
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by TIFFANY ARNOLD | May 23, 2007
Flat-iron steaks have gone from the grinder to the grill. Flat-iron steaks, the cut from beef that previously would have likely been ground up for hamburger meat or sold as roast, might be a common sight on grills this summer. The cut - the second most tender cut of beef next to the tenderloin - is available from at least 7,000 retailers, particularly among restaurants and food service providers, said Mary Bartz, spokeswoman for the National Cattlemen's Beef Association, a trade association.
NEWS
May 16, 2007
Police to hold child safety seat checkpoint Maryland State Police will hold a child safety seat checkpoint on Friday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Hagerstown barrack at 18345 Col. Henry Douglas Drive. troopers said. Anyone with questions or problems related to child safety seat installation can stop by at no charge, troopers said. Salvation Army office open for tours In honor of National Salvation Army Week, the local office of The Salvation Army will be open for tours at its 534 W. Franklin St. through Sunday.
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by TIM ROWLAND | January 16, 2007
Commentary To some degree or another, I believe all of us are concerned with the conditions in which farm animals are raised. Cramped, restrictive and pathetic environments can't be much fun, even for creatures that are not equipped with human intellect and awareness. You know, chickens in cages, hogs in pens, calves in crates, Rosie O'Donnell in "The View. " Even sworn meat eaters are likely to be a little uneasy about the agribusiness tactics of confinement that render the steak tender.
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by KELSEY LIDZ | October 10, 2006
If you live in the Hagerstown area, you might be missing out on Chipotle Mexican Grill, a chain of Mexican-style fast-food restaurants. In Columbia, Md., just an hour or so away, Chipotle is a big deal. You only have to dine there once to be in serious danger of developing a severe burrito addiction. Having lived in Columbia for four years before moving to Boonsboro, I suffered a long and trying withdrawal from my steak and cheese soft taco obsession. For a while, I drove all the way to Frederick to get my fix at the closest Chipotle around.
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by MARLO BARNHART | September 5, 2006
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Labor Day dawned bright and fair Monday at War Memorial Park, with the only haze in the air coming from the smoke of steaks and country ham cooking on the grills. The annual breakfast has been a tradition at the park since 1947, when the park first became public, said Steve Catlett, executive director of Martinsburg-Berkeley County Parks & Recreation. For 40 years, the event was sponsored by the War Memorial Park Association, Catlett said. "We took over in 1987," he said.
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