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Fettucine Alfredo & Cinnamon Rolls in Baltimore/Baltimore County??

JamesPapa | Dec 20, 201009:26 AM    

I have a hankering for some basic Fettucine Alfredo. Simply prepared w/ just cream/milk, butter, parmsean, and pasta. No squid, chicken, bell peppers, or any protein or vegetables tossed with. I am in the mood to dine out, not make it myself.

I like Chiparelli's FA in the past. What else or who else would you say is better than Chip's and why?
Cost-Wise, we don't need a fancy/romantic place - it's just pasta. I don't want to have to take out a loan for it :)

Oh, and last but not least, my wife is in search of the Moistest and most easily obtainable Cinnamon Rolls?? Please don't say Cinnabon - they overbake & the outside of their buns are hard enough to break ones tooth!

Thanks.. Hope someone can help! I am around Towson if it matters.

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