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Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Blogger lists favorites restaurants as well as those he's been wanting to try.
HowChow has been on a roll lately. Back in August the local food blogger broke the news that Whole Foods had signed a lease in Columbia. Then in October his blog was named the Howard County Times' 2012 "Best Blog." Since 2008 the food blogger has annually been releasing a list of his favorite local restaurants and dishes. This year in Ellicott City he named Shin Chon Garden as his favorite place for Korean food and listed Han Joong Kwan as one of his top five places to try (or try again), particularly for its hand-torn noodle soup. In Columbia, the blogger chose Bon Fresco for sandwiches, Iron Bridge Wine Co. for tapas and wine, Maiwand Kabob for Afghan, Mango Grove for southern Indian cuisine, Royal Taj for its buffet and northern Indian…
Monday, April 23, 2012
The temperature isn't going to reach 50 today. Why not go out for soup?
It's April. It's cold. And you ate all of your soup months ago. What do you do? Now is a good time to check out a variety of soups - Korean, Japanese, American, Mexican - the world loves soup, and luckily, people from all over the world have settled down in Ellicott City. HowChow is my first stop when I want to find anything food related, and soup is no exception. This tofu stew caught my eye immediately. The bright reds said "spicy," which I love, but, as HowChow explained, at Lighthouse Tofu BBQ, "You pick your level of spiciness and whether you want beef, oysters, others seafood or kimchi as the flavoring." At IKKYU Japanese restaurant in the Lotte Plaza food court, try the udon soup. Add some tempura to this broth swimming with …