May 24

Mastermind Team’s Robcast 226 | Pickled Dicks

Robcast’s hosts, Rob Lee & Dann D, are trapped in a world of weird crime, strange food and off-color remarks.

… And on the seventh day, God said “Let there be podcasts!” 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

In this week’s all new episode, Rob Lee & Dann D stare madness in the face as they critique and re-purpose the KFC Skinwich during our Crown City Cook segment. Rob & Dann have a great idea on their hands on how to make this sandwich better. What do you think? Should fried chicken skin be used as lettuce? Is Rob’s sandwich nothing more than a Chik-Fil-A sandwich – if you know Rob he loves Chik-Fil-A and always looks for excuses to talk about it.

Rob enjoys pickled and fermented foods like Kimchi and Kombucha but not Pickled Dicks. Those are not on the menu at #mtrthenetwork.

Rob discusses the joys of puppy parenthood before melting Dann’s face with an all new round of New Challenger where stories include Super Gonorrhea, BBQ Becky in Oakland and a Brooklyn Haircut gone wrong. Dead-ass.

Whether you listen now or download and listen later, you don’t want to miss the episode that proves why you never bring a gun to an alligator fight.

MTR The Network blesses you with the #godsofpod, Rob Lee & Dann D, every week.

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March 19

Crown City Cooking | Atwaters Review

Fresh ingredients and a charming atmosphere make Atwaters a can’t miss food destination.

Spent the weekend at a family wedding. Anyone from a big family knows this means good food and a lot of liquor, so it goes without saying I spent my entire Sunday in recovery mode. Once I was functionally able to face the outside again, a friend suggested lunch at Atwaters. For me this means the same lunch every single time I go there, a Turkey Dill Havarti sandwich minus the sliced apples.

For those that don’t know, Atwaters has been a Baltimore staple since 1999, serving incredible edibles from baked goods to fresh sandwiches made with premium ingredients. Currently, there are six locations across the greater Maryland area. For me, it’s the Canton location or bust.

All together it has locally farmed turkey, dill Havarti cheese, basil mayonnaise, horseradish coleslaw and lettuce on Irish brown bread. While Atwaters offers a myriad of food with brunch on the weekends, I’ve stuck with this sandwich for so long because it’s the freshest turkey sandwich I’ve ever eaten. Every ingredient’s flavor is present in every bite, meaning you will finish this sandwich sooner than expected.

Another great meal at one of my favorite local eateries. Get your own if you have the chance or are suffering from a night of drinking, smoking and dancing to the classic hits of the 90s. If lunch isn’t really your thing, they offer breakfast from 8 am to 10 am (something I have yet to experience) or dinner from 5 pm to 8 pm.

-CCC

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