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House of the Day: Townhouse Near Patterson Park With Garage, Roofdeck and Studio Loft

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$425,000
217 Collington Avenue South, Upper Fells Point
3 bedroom(s), 3 bathroom(s)
217 Collington Avenue South

Locust Point to Get a New Restaurant or Something from the Folks at Salt

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It’s not going to be another Salt, but the owners of the Fells Point restaurant that serves duck fat fries and roasted stuffed quail are about to close on 1157 Haubert Street in Locust Point.

The 1,680 square-foot converted rowhome currently serves as a bar called The House (which, according to their Facebook page, only got themselves up and running this summer), and Salt’s Jason Ambrose says the new place will be “some sort of bar that sells food.” But other than that, it’s anyone’s guess. Ambrose hopes to open by spring 2014.

What do you think, Locus Pointers?

 

 

Sweet, Salty Goodness

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Are you a chocoholic? Love it, crave it, obsess over it? Would like your world to be covered in it? Or maybe you’re all about salty snackage like olives, salami or pistachios, maybe? Choose an appetizer over a dessert? Well, this dessert could make just about everyone happy.

Salted caramel is quite the food darling right now. Ice cream, desserts, candies…it’s everywhere. Have you ever had those amazing Mouth Party caramels? Holy-eat-the-entire-bag goodness. One reason salted caramel is big of course, is that it’s not too sweet and not too salty. I’m not a big sweets person. Give me some salty onion dip and potato chips…that’s a guilty pleasure for me, hon. But I know plenty of people who’d much rather have a chocolate bar, mocha latte or some? other sweet tooth craving. I still like those people. They are my friends…and my mom, totally.

I found this dessert on the absolutely addictive website, Pinterest, which my friend calls “crack cocaine” – not really appropriate but you get the idea. Try it out, you will get hooked – it’s sorta like a virtual bulletin board. Super fun. Anyhow, I looked at the photo of these brownies on the site and clicked through to the recipe. Repinned it. Looked at it again. Then, I put my computer away and it kept coming back into my head: Salted Caramel Brownies. Salted Caramel Brownies. Salted Caramel Brownies.

So, I checked the ‘ol pantry and somehow, I actually had all of the recipe ingredients on hand. Since I don’t have the sweetest tooth in Charm City, I don’t really make that many desserts – usually just for other people or if I happen to taste something amazing and want to replicate it. However, I am completely in love with Taharka Brothers salted caramel ice cream, so…duh. There I went into my tiny Hampden kitchen.

Let me say this recipe is very simple – AND is 100% better the next day. It becomes more solid and kinda like fudge. Hellouuu. You will have leftover salted caramel sauce, too, which I recommend warming very slightly and adding to the brownie when it’s cold or room temp. Also these brownies are extremely rich, so cut them into bite size pieces. 
I took them to work the next day and everyone FLIPPED out. Shared the recipe on my Facebook page and three friends made them!

The perfect little sweet salty bite. Bliss. Again, here is the recipe. Insanely good.

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