It’s not just about the food at the wedding! Local vendors add unique flavor to alternative wedding desserts.
What do you like dipped in chocolate?
It’s almost Valentine’s Day and it’s the final rush for candy, flowers and even jewelry if you’re lucky. Local retailers are welcoming a boost in business ahead of the holiday.
Salazon Chocolate Co. produces 350,000 chocolate bars a year, said owner Pete Truby, and as of March, will be available in Whole Foods Markets nearly nationwide, in addition to all Wegmans and regional health food stores.
It’s one of the biggest events of the winter in Baltimore, and it’s designed to help the city’s homeless population.
When you say Easter and Baltimore it means one thing: Mary Sue Easter eggs.They’ve been a Baltimore favorite for more than 60 years.
With Tax Day rapidly approaching, we need our minds to be sharp. Check out these tasty foods to help you think.
Guys, you still have a little time left to pick up those flowers and chocolates. It’s Valentine’s Day, and that means love is in the air.
It’s a Baltimore tradition that started nearly a century ago, and it’s all for Valentine’s Day.
If you were at a small house on Wilkens Avenue Friday, you had plenty of company. It’s the home of a legendary candy maker.
Sharon Gibala took a trip to the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore to learn more about their special winter hours. Tim and Gigi also got a chance to meet some of the chefs at the upcoming 20th Annual Health Care For The Homeless: Chocolate Affair on Feb. 3.
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