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TOWSON

Nope, you are not mistaken, parkville is indeed just down Joppa rd from Towson. 10-15 min max depending on which part you are headed to.

TOWSON

Towson is not exactly a hotbed of killer restaurants, but I second the suggestions of Thai One On and Havana Road, both are very tasty, and within walking distance of the school. Also check out Pho Dat Thanh, been there a few times and always had really good food. (and cheap! giant bowl of pho for about $6 if I recall correctly)

What Vegetarian dish to bring for Thanksgiving?

Here are two recipes from smitten kitchen, one with leeks and the other is a spinach and cheese strata (same idea).
http://smittenkitchen.com/blog/2010/0...
http://smittenkitchen.com/blog/2009/1...

There is also this fantastic wild mushroom bread pudding from Gourmet:
http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/foo...

Any of these recipes can be adjusted for what ingredients you have on hand, as long as you use the same basic ratios. Your imagination is the limit here. Hope these work for you! :o)

Nov 20, 2012
ReeseRoo81 in Vegetarian & Vegan

What Vegetarian dish to bring for Thanksgiving?

What about, instead of traditional stuffing, a savory bread pudding instead? Would be great with wild mushrooms, or caramelized onions, or cheese, (mushroom and gruyere? yum!) or you could use cubed butternut squash and thanksgiving-y spices. There are so many flavor combos that would go well here. It could be more of a main course for you, but would be a great side dish as well.

Nov 19, 2012
ReeseRoo81 in Vegetarian & Vegan

Non cupcake/bar/cookie recipe needed for intimate Christmas dinner party

This sounds delicious! I would definitely be interested in the recipe if you don't mind!

Dec 09, 2011
ReeseRoo81 in Home Cooking

Truly great coffee in Harford or Baltimore Counties?

I second the Zeke's recommendation! My fave too..

Eggnog pudding question

Thanks for the input! I will give it a try and let you know how it goes!

Dec 18, 2010
ReeseRoo81 in Home Cooking

Eggnog pudding question

I am supposed to bring dessert to a party tonight, and I've been feeling kind of ho-hum about all my recipes, until I spied the eggnog in my fridge and had an idea for a trifle that includes gingerbread as the cake layer, and eggnog pudding as the creamy layer. The problem is that I am not quite sure how to go about making the eggnog pudding. My thought was to replace 1 cup (1/2 of the total amount) of the milk that goes in the pudding mix with eggnog. I would very much like to use real (alcoholic!!!) eggnog, but I was wondering if the alcohol would create a problem with the pudding setting up? I really want this to work because I think it would taste phenomenal- and trifles always look so pretty and festive on the food table at parties! Any ideas would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

Dec 18, 2010
ReeseRoo81 in Home Cooking