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Mission Makeover

From creek level, on a sunny winter’s day, the house looks imposing, almost forbidding, perched on the high bank above a narrowly terraced block retaining wall, without summertime’s softening effect of flowers and greenery. But this is a false impression.

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Leg of Lamb

In The Kitchen With Jeff & Valerie Cochran Leg of Lamb Story & Photography by Christine Fillat Having invited a passel of your favorite people to your home this holiday season, prepare something special, something magnificent and delightful, a feast not

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Veal Osso Bucco

In The Kitchen With Peg Ensminger and Shep Kellam Osso Bucco Story by Christine Fillat The height of fall inspires us to gather and share an evening of seasonal bounty—tender meat that falls off the bone into a glistening pool

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Clams, Clams, Clams!

In The Kitchen With Dan Powell Clams Casino Story and Photography by Christine Fillat Fall is once again upon us. Let’s prepare something delightful in a seashell to conjure those bygone summer days!  It’s crunchy, briney, and spicy.  Clams casino

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The Anne Catharine and Jonas Green House in Annapolis

The Anne Catharine and Jonas Green House in Annapolis | The “Greenest” House in America The house at 124 Charles Street in Annapolis, formerly known as the Jonas Green House, is now the Anne Catharine and Jonas Green House. The

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Four Courses of Five-Star Kitchens

FUNCTION FIRST, BEAUTY WILL FOLLOW By Jerri Anne Hopkins Photography By Mike Gullon For most of us, the kitchen is the beating heart of the home, the place were food is cooked and eaten, where kids do their homework, where

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Grandeur & Demolished Grace | Governor’s House Part 1

Grandeur & Demolished Grace The history of the Maryland Governor’s House is a long, troubled, winding tale. There is ruinous abandonment, then demolished grace, followed by enlightened eclecticism, and finally pale imitation. The story begins in 1744 with Colonial Governor

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On The Corner: The First Five-Part Plan House

In the architectural column by Chip Bohl appearing in the May/June issue, Annapolis Home made an error and mis-identified the photo appearing on page 29. The correct name is the Hammond-Harwood House and not the Bordely-Randall House. Annapolis Home regrets

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Oysters With Mignonette Sauce & Champagne

In The Kitchen With Suzanne Duffy Oysters With Mignonette Sauce & Champagne   Story and Photography by Christine Fillat   Enter the rarified air of Suzanne Duffy’s kitchen, where the walls are Hermes tangerine, and the table is festooned with

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Summer Bruschetta

In The Kitchen With Jay Schwarz Summer Bruschetta Story and Photography by Christine Fillat Summer breezes gently lift leaves on the trees, sun splashes upon the patio and umbrella, a scent of suntan lotion wafts past your nose and suddenly

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