Posts Tagged ‘Maryland fried chicken’

Quote of the Week: Ann Cashion on Her ‘Gastronomic Mind’

Y&H was talking to Ann Cashion, the Beard Award-winning chef at Johnny's Half Shell, about her experiences with Maryland fried chicken. She has a funny, almost scarring story about a childhood encounter with the dish, circa 1969. I'll save that story for a future Young & Hungry column, but her anecdote was so vivid in […]

Picking Apart Art Smith’s Maryland Fried Chicken

ART SMITH – GETTIN' REAL from CHEF LIFE I recently sampled celebrity chef Art Smith's smothered fried chicken at Art & Soul (as prepared by executive chef Travis Timberlake's team). The version here in the District was billed as yet another take on Maryland-style fried chicken, although it varied greatly from the pan-fried ones I've […]

Mouthing Off: Y&H Readers Have Their Say

Did we destroy the myth of Maryland fried chicken? The thought struck me recently that I ask a lot from you, faithful Y&H Nation. Many of you respond in kind, perhaps hoping your words will one day appear in the newsletter (sign up at right!) or blog. And what do I do? I sit on […]

Last Week’s Greatest Hits on Young & Hungry

It was another Capital week at Y&H, highligthed by our obsessive, seemingly non-stop coverage of Capital City Diner, which opened last Tuesday. It's a chicken-or-egg question. Were the top two items your favorites because we covered them so much — or because you are genuinely interested in the subject? Whatever it is, here are the Top […]

The Mystery of Maryland Fried Chicken

The Maryland fried chicken at Crisfield Seafood Restaurant in Silver Spring One of the online menus I found for Tommy Marcos' Ledo Restaurant noted that the Adelphi institution serves "Authentic Maryland Fried Chicken." I called to confirm that the place still offers the dish and was met with...momentary silence. After a beat or two, the woman on […]