Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Interview with Chef Timothy Dyson of SoBo Cafe

Credit:  Mason Dixon Master Chef
Chef Timothy Dyson grew up in the Mid-Atlantic area. Getting to see the back of the house, with his Mother as a chef, he was inspired to work in the food service industry. After high school, he attended Pennsylvania Culinary Institute and finished his training with Chef Joseph Nolan. When he returned to the Baltimore area, he worked in many places in the area, most notably Kali's and Peabody Court. He is now Chef at SoBo Cafe. He is also competing in the Mason Dixon Master Chef Tournament.

Chef Dyson finds inspiration in classic Americana dishes, reinforcing them with French technique, and fresh ingredients. He is most proud of cooking roasted apple and fig tarlets with proscuitto and duck confit.

The Interview

Jessica Lemmo: Did you cook growing up?
Tim Dyson: I did cook growing up to an extent, my mother has worked in the food service industry for as long as I can remember. I remember on occasion her pulling me out early from school to help her out (don't tell my dad).
JL: What made you decide you would become a professional cook?
TD: I didn't really decide to become a professional cook until the end of high school, let's just say the lifestyle of late nights and the chaos of a busy weekend night seemed pretty badass at the time (I have since realized that unlike a cook a chefs day starts way before three in the afternoon and if a weekend is chaotic something is going horribly wrong).
JL: Where you were trained and how difficult was your training?
TD: That didn't really start until I shipped myself off to culinary school. I had a less than perfect record in school up to this point and I told myself I was going to really apply myself at this. I went to the Pennsylvania culinary institute in Pittsburg. I loved my school. The first day they told us to go out and get a job, because without this we would miss a large part of what we would be doing for the rest of our careers. The job I settled in was in a southern French restaurant named cafe allegro under chef Joseph Nolan. Coming back to the Baltimore area I popped around working at many different restaurants, country clubs, and catering facilities.
JL: Would you do it again?
TD: Would I do it again... I think so. Once the fog settled from leading a life as a partying hardcore line cook, my work has had a great influence over who I am today. I love and I hate what I do at the same time. No one likes to work every weekend and every holiday or to work fourteen-hour days, but it is a part of me. The brief times in my career that I wasn't working crazy hours I don't feel right. In one of these stints a close friend remarked that I looked like a soldier without a mission.
JL: What is the best part about the job?
TD: Best part of the job is the feeling of pulling out of a situation that seems impossible.
JL: Best piece of advice you would give a home enthusiast?
TD: Keep it simple, and buy fresh
JL: Best cooking tip for a novice?
TD: Buy real cookbooks, old culinary textbooks - just because some donkey got a book deal doesn't mean that the recipes were tested.
JL: Favorite kitchen gadget?
TD: Calculator - For me, cooking professionally is a business first and foremost. Martha Stuart could cook you a beautiful dinner it doesn't mean she can balance food cost and run a restaurant.
JL: Favorite food to cook with?
TD: Duck - I just love it.
JL: Your favorite cookbook?
TD: My favorite cookbook is the complete James beard. I love the way he writes about food in an honest personable way.
JL: What’s your favorite music to play in the kitchen?
TD: My favorite music to play in the kitchen changes all the time. When I am not in the kitchen playing music is my hobby. Right now I am stuck on new wave stuff and the Fixx's Reach the Beach has been in more than heavy rotation.
SoBo Cafe
6 West Cross Street
Baltimore, MD 21230
www.sobocafe.net


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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Summer Sundays prime rib dinner at Fleming's

Summer is the time to bring back the tradition of Sunday night dinner with family and friends at Fleming’s. Guests can enjoy a three-course Prime Rib Dinner at a special price every Sunday evening through Labor Day Weekend. New this season is the perfect pairing of wine to complement prime rib of beef-- B. R. Cohn North Coast Silver Label Cabernet Sauvignon 2008/2009 ($40* a bottle).

The Sunday Prime Rib Dinner is a three-course meal $29.95* per guest featuring:
  • 12 ounces of succulent Prime Rib, served with a trio of sauces
  • Choice of The Wedge, Fleming’s or Caesar salad
  • Choice of one side dish (ten selections)
  • Choice of housemade dessert (seven selections)
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar offers steakhouse dining – prime meats and chops, fresh fish and poultry, generous salads and side orders—with a unique wine list that features 100 wines served by the glass. Fleming’s is the recipient of numerous prestigious awards, including Wine Spectator magazine’s annual Awards of Excellence, and Wine Enthusiast’s annual Awards of Distinction.


Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
720 Aliceanna Street
Baltimore, MD 21202


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Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Barbecue demonstration and cocktail pairing by B&O American Brasserie

Gather ‘round— B&O American Brasserie is firing up the barbecue! Executive Chef Thomas Dunklin shows you how to prep ribs effortlessly, cook them perfectly, and create delicious side dishes to complement the main dish.

Head bartender Brendan Dorr is on hand with a spark of his own, as he demonstrates how to make a cocktail that pairs well with barbecued food.

Attendees will learn how to recreate a restaurant-quality meal that they can use throughout the summer months.

All guests will receive a bag of flavored wood chips and recipes from Chef Dunklin.

When:
Saturday, July 21 2:00 – 4:00 pm

Where:
B&O American Brasserie
2 N. Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21201

Tickets:
$35 per person and $50 per couple
Limited space. Reservations required.
For more information or to reserve a spot, please call the restaurant at 443-692-6172.


B&O American Brasserie is located at 2 North Charles Street, adjacent to the Hotel Monaco Baltimore on the corners of Baltimore and Charles Streets in downtown Baltimore City. B&O American Brasserie offers original cuisine by Chef Thomas Dunklin and is managed by seasoned industry expert, General Manager Marcus Garner. The restaurant is open seven days a week serving breakfast Monday through Friday from 7:00 to 10:30 a.m., brunch Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., lunch all week from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., and dinner Sunday through Thursday from 5:00 to 10:00 p.m. and on Friday and Saturday until 11:00 p.m. Bar service is available all week from 11:30 a.m. to midnight with happy hour Monday through Friday from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. Additionally, the restaurant features private dining and catering services. B&O American Brasserie was recently named one of Baltimore’s “Best Restaurants” by Baltimore magazine and continues to be recognized by local diners and visiting foodies. For more information on B&O American Brasserie, call 443-692-6172 or visit www.BandOrestaurant.com, or visit us on Facebook www.facebook.com/BandOAmericanBrasserie.


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Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Sea Bass Ceviche with Watermelon Gazpacho by Executive Chef Melissa Fordham

Local Executive Chef Melissa Fordham is competing again in the Mason Dixon Master Chef Tournament. Melissa is currently the Executive Chef at has been at Gourmet Again in Pikesville, Maryland. She is also the Executive Chef Consultant at Rafaels in Westminster, Maryland, and teaches culinary arts classes to all ages at Carroll Community College. Previously, she was the Executive Co-chef at The Grill at Harryman House for twelve years.


Last week I published an interview with local Executive Chef Melissa Fordham - make sure you read all about her!


Quick Sea Bass Ceviche with Watermelon Gazpacho and Fried Radish

Sea Bass Ingredients:
  • 4 oz fresh sea bass with skin and bones removed sliced thin as possible by hand
  • 3 cleaned radishes thinly julienned
  • 1 lemon
  • 1 lime
  • 2 tbsp cornstarch
Gazpacho Ingredients:
  • 4 cups water melon chunked plus 1/4 cup watermelon brunois
  • 1/2 red onion rough chopped plus 1/4 cup red onion brunois
  • 1 tbsp cilantro
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1/2 green bell pepper
  • 1/2 fresh jalapeno pepper
  • juice of 2 limes
  • juice of 1 lemon
  • 1 tbsp e.v.o.o
  • splash tabasco
  • salt and cracked pepper
  • splash rice wine vinegar
  • sugar to taste, depending on ripeness of watermelon
  • 2 pinch cumin
  • 1 pinch corriander
Directions:
  1. In a food processor puree all ingredients above minus the brunois of watermelon and onion.
  2. Strain through strainer just to catch watermelon seeds but allow the body of soup to flow through.
  3. Stir in brunois garnish.
  4. In a shallow pan lay out sea bass and squeeze 1 lemon and 1 lime over fish and mix.
  5. Let sit for 10 minutes and ladle soup over fish until covered.
  6. Refrigerate immediately!
  7. Allow fish to sit at least 30 minutes before serving. Fish can sit over night also if preferred.
  8. Toss cut radishes in cornstarch and fry in 350 degree oil until golden brown and crispy.
  9. Sprinkle with s-n-p.
  10. Serve Ceviche in a martini glass with a ladle of gazpacho over fish and garnish with radish.

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Monday, July 16, 2012

The new take on grilled cheese at Grilled Cheese & Co.

Crabby Melt
When you think of a comfort food or your favorite childhood meal what comes to mind? For me there are a few, but one that sticks out is a good grilled cheese sandwich. Well I am all grown up now and have children of my own but a good grilled cheese sandwich hits the spot!

I was invited to come in try out Grilled Cheese & Co. in Federal Hill (what used to be the home of Dangerously Delicious Pies).

After looking over all delectable options and not know what to pick I was offered a sampling of the Manager’s Top Picks:
The Natty Brat
  • The Natty Brat - Roma Natty Brat Sausage, Hot Pepper Relish, Dijon Sauce and Cheddar Cheese grilled up on Ciabatta ($7.99). There is something about the combination of spice from the peppers and Dijon with the cheddar and sausage that makes The Natty Brat a high hitter on my list of best sandwiches.
  • The Fresco - Fresh mozzarella & provolone cheese, fire roasted red peppers, basil pesto & a balsamic glaze ($7.99). This version of grilled cheese just shouts summer days today (but I would still love in the winter), The freshness of the ingredients and the pesto take me back to my trip to Italy in a way with its on spin of flavors.
  • Crabby Melt – Melted Monetary jack cheese on top our homemade Crabby Dip loaded with sweet claw meat ($7.49). This sandwich just screams “Bawlmer”! The richness of the Crabby Dip combined with the generous amounts of crab meat make it something you will be coming back to satisfy your cravings.
  • Smashed Meatball – Provolone cheese with Italian meatballs, marinara sauce & Finished with a touch of Parmesan cheese ($7.40). This is a great twist to a all time favorite of a meatball sub!
The Fresco

After trying all the different types of sandwiches I was full to the brim so I took home some of the Cream of Tomato Basil – with diced tomatoes, shredded Parmesan cheese & croutons. The flavors of this soup were robust and I loved the chunks of diced tomatoes.

Next time I go in I am looking forward to trying the Sweetest Thing – Brie, mascarpone cheese blended with raspberry preserves & chocolate chips ($6.99).

The special sandwich right now is The Popper - Cream Cheese, Sliced Jalapeno’s, Japanese Style Bread Crumbs and Cheddar Cheese grilled up on Ciabatta ($7.49).

Smashed Meatball

Each of the staff members was friendly and helpful (they have no problem sharing their favorite grilled cheese with you). Be sure to stop in at one of the locations: Catonsville, Ravens Walk, Sykesville and Baltimore (Federal Hill).

Grilled Cheese & Co.
1036 Light Street
Baltimore, MD 21230




Dining Room


Cream of Tomato Basil
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Thursday, July 12, 2012

Interview with local Executive Chef Melissa Fordham

Executive Chef Melissa Fordham

Local Executive Chef Melissa Fordham is competing again in the Mason Dixon Master Chef Tournament. Melissa is currently the Executive Chef at has been at Gourmet Again in Pikesville, Maryland. She is also the Executive Chef Consultant at Rafaels in Westminster, Maryland, and teaches culinary arts classes to all ages at Carroll Community College. Previously, she was the Executive Co-chef at The Grill at Harryman House for twelve years. 




The Interview
Jessica Lemmo: Did you cook growing up?
Melissa Fordham: I did cook a lot as a kid. I liked experimenting and not following recipes.
JL: What made you decide you would become a professional cook?
MF: I was interested in cooking young, but really became interested in pursing this profession after I got my first job. I was 14 and was a prep cook at a local country club. The first time I was told that I did a great job it really re assured my passion.
JL: Where you were trained and how difficult was your training?
MF: I learned a lot in the restaurant The Harryman House. I started there at 16 and worked all the way around the whole kitchen station to station until I became exec. co-chef. I also went to Carroll County Career and Technology Center for Culinary Arts and Anne Arundel Community College for Culinary Arts.
JL: Would you do it again?
MF: Absolutely! I have had a blast learning and doing what I do.
JL: What is the best part about the job?
MF: Creating something and watching someone taste it and go crazy for how great it is. Pushes you to make the next best thing!
JL: Best piece of advice you would give a home enthusiast?
MF: Don’t be intimidated by ingredients you haven’t ever worked with. There are so many cool things out there to try and play around with. Keep your home kitchen just as interesting and innovative as your favorite restaurant.
JL: Best cooking tip for a novice?
MF: Look up local cooking classes in your area. Most community colleges are offering non-credit cooking classes. Some restaurants do 1 night classes also. Great way to get your feet wet and meet other amateur foodies that can lead you to fun food stuff. Carroll Community college offers classes where I happen to teach all types of cooking classes.
JL: Favorite kitchen gadget?
MF: Honestly, just really love a pair of tongs. They are so useful in so many ways. Reaming a citrus fruit, a 3rd hand in a hot oven, sometimes an arm extender for an ingredient on the top shelf.
JL: Funniest kitchen incident?
MF: So many! Which is common when you combine clumsiness with being a professional chef. If I had to pick one it would be the time we had my sous chef (who happens to be very skinny) hide in a large stock pot to startle someone. Well, the joke ended up being on him when 2 line chefs lifted pot on the stove and turned the burner on. No one was hurt which made it a very funny situation.
JL: Favorite food to cook with?
MF: Soft shell crabs
JL: Favorite dish to make at work/signature dish?
MF: Most recently an old bay, cheddar, butter crusted soft shell crab - Get Ritz crackers, scallions, butter, sharp cheddar, whole butter and old bay. It’s simple but delicious and is great on sandwich or right in your mouth.
JL: Your favorite cookbook?
MF: Volt/Ink by Bryan and Michael Voltaggio
JL: If you were to write & publish a cookbook what types of things would you include?
MF: All my favorites that work well and have been favorites to many.
JL: When at home, what do you like to eat?
MF: Mexican food
JL: Which item in your home refrigerator would you least like to cop to?
MF: Nacho cheese sauce
JL: In your opinion, what are the most important elements when creating a recipe from scratch?
MF: Fresh ingredients and an open mind
JL: What’s your favorite music to play in the kitchen?
MF: I like all music but in the kitchen definitely up beat to keep the pace of the flow of business
JL: Best meal you have ever eaten at a restaurant?
MF: Volt (Chef Brian Voltagio_ All I remember for certain about this dish was it had shaved fois gras that had been frozen and when the liver hit your tongue it dissolved like a snowflake and it was delicious. The other ingredients are a little foggy (was a late b-day night). I know there was homemade brioche and a pear sauce. But the way the fois gras was prepared and presented was awesome.
JL: What’s your favorite meal?
MF: Really enjoy a juicy hamburger, fresh MD sweet corn on the cob, and my moms coleslaw.
Check back for a recipe from Executive Chef Melissa Fordham - Quick Sea Bass Ceviche with Watermelon Qazpacho and Fried Radish




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Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Corner Bakery Cafe opens doors to Pikesville’s neighbors

Corner Bakery Cafe is ready to “Feed the Day” in Baltimore’s northwest suburbs with a new cafe that opened in Pikesville last week. Whether it’s to discover the made-to-order Anaheim Scrambler for breakfast, the signature Chicken Pomodori Panini for lunch, the mouthwatering Pesto Cavatappi for dinner, or a slice of bakery-fresh Cinnamon Creme Cake for dessert, Pikesville neighbors are invited to check out the brand new location at 1809 Reisterstown Rd.
“We’re all really excited about bringing Corner Bakery Cafe to Pikesville,” said Corner Bakery Cafe Regional Director Erin Hasselgren. “We feel that the community will appreciate having a place in town where they can grab breakfast, lunch and dinner or enjoy a cup of coffee and bakery fresh sweets with friends.”
Corner Bakery Cafe is a fast-casual restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. The made-to-order food is delivered fresh to your table, and with a price point of $0.99-$8.39 it is comfortably affordable to all. Corner Bakery Cafe is also recognized for its unsurpassed catering experience delivering signature, made-to-order breakfasts, lunches and dinners for any occasion.

Founded on a philosophy of creating a place to relax and gather with family and friends, Corner Bakery Cafe offers a casual atmosphere featuring innovative, seasonal menu options ranging from hot breakfasts and signature panini to handcrafted salads, sandwiches and mouthwatering sweets. Corner Bakery Cafe delivers a premier bakery cafe experience in the hearts of neighborhoods everywhere.
“Pikesville is a lively community, and we’re excited to share our neighborhood experience with them during all dayparts,” said CEO Mike Hislop. “As we look to expand Corner Bakery Cafe, we are confident that the suburbs of Baltimore are a prime area for development.”
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FREE Chick-fil-A meals offered on July 13 for Cow Appreciation Day

If you’re planning to ‘steer’ clear of black cats and sidewalk cracks on Friday the 13th, why not change your luck by dressing as a cow instead? On Friday, July 13, Chick-fil-A restaurants nationwide will celebrate its annual Cow Appreciation Day event by offering a FREE meal to any customer who visits one of the chain’s mall or stand-alone restaurants fully dressed as a cow.

Customers dressed “head to hoof” in cow attire will be rewarded with a free Chick-fil-A Meal (breakfast, lunch or dinner), which includes an entrée of choice, a side item and a Diet Dr Pepper® (or other beverage choice). For those “too chicken” to wear full cow costumes, Chick-fil-A will award a complimentary entrée to customers partially dressed in cow attire, such as a cow-spotted scarf, purse, hat or other accessory.

Chick-fil-A also has a special website dedicated to the occasion, www.CowAppreciationDay.com, which will launch on June 18. In addition to providing further details about the event, the site offers cow costume ideas, as well as downloadable cow spots, masks and other bovine-themed accessories for customers to use to create their costumes. Chick-fil-A is also organizing a photo contest that will be co-hosted on the Cow Appreciation Day site and the chain’s Facebook page: www.facebook.com/ChickfilA. The best cow-dressed customers can submit a photo in one of three categories: Best Calf/Calves, Best Cow, and Best Herd. Prizes include Chick-fil-A Cow beach towels, gift cards, and catered parties. Customers can upload photos for the contest from July 13-31.

Now in its eighth year, Chick-fil-A’s Cow Appreciation Day continues to build momentum. Last year’s event – and the resulting turnout – confirmed that Chick‑fil-A has a strong following of customers willing to go to great lengths to show their appreciation for cows. Nearly 600,000 cow-clad customers stampeded Chick-fil-A restaurants across the country. Costumes ranged from simple cow-spotted t-shirts to full cow suits complete with furry ears, cow bells and homemade sandwich boards with personalized renditions of the “Eat Mor Chikin” Cows’ quirky messages.
“Cow Appreciation Day certainly demonstrates just how passionate our customers are,” said Steve Robinson, Chick-fil-A’s chief marketing officer. “If you’re willing to dress up like a cow for a free meal, you’re obviously a loyal and even raving Chick-fil-A fan. While the event is a natural tie with our cow-themed marketing campaign, Cow Appreciation Day is intended to be a fun day to reward some of our most loyal customers with free food. After a record number of participants in 2011, we’re excited to see the growth of the event- and the creativity of our customers- in 2012.”
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Monday, July 09, 2012

Mason Dixon Master Chef Tournament continues with week 2 of competition

The Mason Dixon Master Chef Tournament continues for week two of competition today July 9 and tomorrow July10th. This week chefs from SoBo Café in Baltimore, The Inn at Perry Cabin in St. Michaels, Morsel DC, a DC-based catering company and The Iron Bridge Wine Company in Columbia, will be competing using proteins from Sponsor Marcho Farms – for “Battle of the Lamb”.

Chefs are required to prepare original appetizer, entrée, and dessert creations in an hour for three expert judges and up to 28 ‘Guest Judges’. Final dishes are scored on presentation, creativity and taste, with only one chef from each match advancing to the next round.

Guests are invited to stand right across from chefs to witness the skills and techniques up close and interact with the chefs as they compete. A few guests will even be selected to taste and judge the chefs’ entrée creations alongside the expert judges and “Judging Experience” ticket holders.

In addition, guests arriving in time for Happy Hour (6-7pm) will enjoy complementary appetizers and wine tasting, as well as 2-for-1 drinks at the 70 seat bar that features over 80 craft beers.
Advance Tickets*:
  • $25 for general admission (includes tax)
  • $45 for judging experience (includes tax) - these ticket holders taste the chefs' creations
  • Available for purchase at: www.masondixonmasterchef.com
*Tickets must be purchased in advance for the above pricing. $30/ $50 at the door.

Match 3, Monday, July 9 - Chef Mark Timms, Executive Chef of The Inn at Perry Cabin versus Chef Timothy Dyson, Executive Chef of SoBo Café

Marcho Farm’s “Battle of the Lamb” looks to be an exciting week of matches. First we have Chef Mark Timms who grew up in Sheffield England, and studied in London. He has worked for the Ritz in Houston and is a former Chef to Hillary Clinton.

His competitor, Chef Timothy Dyson, is from the Mid-Atlantic area and was inspired to pursue cooking by his Mother. He attended Pennsylvania Culinary Institute and finished his training with Chef Joseph Nolan. He has worked at several top restaurants in the Baltimore area most notably Kali’s and Peabody Court.


Match 4, Tuesday, July 10 - Chef Mark Ricker, Executive Chef/Owner of Morsel DC, versus Chef Christopher Lewis, Executive Chef of Iron Bridge Wine Company

The “Battle of the Lamb” will continue on Tuesday night with Chef Mark Ricker, a D.C. native, with 20 years of experience in the culinary world. He has worked for Chef Jose Andres, Robert Wiedmaire, and Jean-George Vongerichten. Chef Ricker studied at the International Culinary Institute, and in Sangiovese, Italy, and has won numerous awards including the Titanium Chef Competition at the International Culinary Institute. He was also in the Mason Dixon Master Chef elite eight in 2010.

Chef Christopher Lewis graduated from the Pennsylvania Culinary Art Program, and has worked in a number of top restaurants in the Baltimore-Washington area, including the Milton Inn, Linwood’s, The Brass Elephant, 701 Restaurant and Again Tavern. He is now the executive chef at The Iron Bridge Wine Company in Columbia, Maryland.


When & Where:
The 8-week event runs throughout the summer, with two competitions each week, until September 10.
July 9 and 10 (6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.)
6:00 p.m. – Happy Hour (2-for-1 drinks, free appetizers and free wine tasting)
6:30 p.m. – Cold Prep Begins
7:00 p.m. – Chef Competition
8:00pm – Judging Begins

Blobs Park Bavarian Biergarten
8024 Max Blobs Park Road
Jessup, MD 20794



Celebrate local cuisine and local talent while supporting an important cause. Ten percent of net proceeds will go to Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland, a nonprofit organization that delivers nutritious meals, personal contact and related services to homebound individuals. www.mealsonwheelsmd.org

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