Seafood isn’t the only thing Baltimore is known for but also for its BBQ. Not only can you find the menus offering wet and dry rubbed, southern style but Maryland’s famous Pitt Beef. Which is your preference? May is National Barbecue Month so be sure to check out these five great places for BBQ.
Want a summer dish that’s easy to make as it is elegant? Whip up these sautéed dates with olive oil and sea salt from Molly Wizenberg, author of “Delancey.”
Love pork rolls? Love mac n’ cheese? Susan Sprague Yeske, contributor to “The Pork Roll Cookbook, shares her simple recipe for pork roll mac n’ cheese.
Warmer weather not only brings BBQ and block parties but also rallies cravings for a good burger. Baltimore has a vast number of places, from dive bars to upscale restaurants, that offer a burger to fit any craving.
Take the mystery out of picking seasonal vegetables. Here are three tasty veggies to serve up this spring.
Eclectic Baltimore doesn’t disappoint when it comes to offering the best and most refreshing margaritas. With Cinco de Mayo fast approaching, take a look at Charm City’s top venues for cocktails that beat the heat and up the fun.
Looking to lose some pounds for summer? Try cutting out these 5 supposedly healthy foods from the author of “The Dorito Effect: The Surprising New Truth About Food And Flavor,” Mark Schatzker.
Whether it’s a festive brunch or a special family dinner, this Mediterranean Salad with Seared Tuna from The Pollan Family Table cookbook is a perfect way to say, I love you. Pair it with a copy of The Pollan Family Table Cookbook for a memorable Mother’s Day gift.
If you are eating at a restaurant in the South, you will find chicken and waffles on the menu. This unlikely food pairing is a traditional soul food dish. Not an exclusive breakfast menu item, chicken and waffles can be eaten for lunch and dinner as well. Sample Southern hospitality with a Chicken and Waffles meal at one of Baltimore’s favorite restaurants, including Miss Shirley’s Cafe, Simply Marie’s, and Maggie’s Farm.
Impress mom with these deceptively simple recipes. Create a memorable dinner without spending hours in the kitchen.
Chef Sarah Simmons of City Grit and Birds & Bubbles, and Jennifer Cole, Deputy Editor of Southern Living join On The Pin.
Are you a guy who feels intimidated in the kitchen? Get over the fear of cooking with this chicken avo pie recipe from Dan Churchill, author of “DudeFood.”
While turkey is the quintessential Thanksgiving dish, it’s the side dishes that can make or break the meal. From roasted asparagus to classic pumpkin pie, it’s time to get inspired.
Celebrate National Vegetarian Day with one of these delicious vegetable filled dishes. Not into salad? Try spinach lasagna, hummus or falafels.