This energy saver addresses cooking.
It’s a great summer for some young students in Baltimore. They come from all over the area to have fun and learn about food preparation.
Fire officials in Maryland say a fire that apparently started as a result of unattended cooking caused $60,000 in damage to a home in Fort Washington.
Garion Kukovich enjoys cooking just about any type of food. Garion, 18, was named The Art Institute of Washington’s Best Teen Chef 2012 and received a $4,000 scholarship to the institute’s International Culinary School.
Spicemaker McCormick and Company, Inc. says it’s returning to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
If you’ve been in Baltimore for a while, you have no doubt enjoyed some Berger Cookies. The chocolate cookie is an all-time favorite.
A private school in Baltimore that teaches cooking skills and hospitality management is handing over control of its operations to a Virginia university.
During the wintertime, most people turn to the big turkey and traditional comfort foods for their holiday feast. But it’s time to go global! This year, try out some new recipes from around the world to spice up your regular cold weather fare. We’re highlighting some exciting recipes to try that will warm you up, and even directing you toward the best places to pick up all the best ingredients.
It’s no secret Marylanders love their food, and these featured cookbooks (both old and new) will help you create your favorite Maryland recipes right in your own home. Have a favorite Maryland cookbook not listed here? Let us know where to find it in the comments section below.
Most kids just want to get their hands dirty. And what better way to let them do so than in a professional kitchen, supervised by culinary experts, learning a life-long skill that’ll also improve their self-confidence, math proficiency and cognitive abilities? Lucky for Baltimore, home of great eats throughout the Inner Harbor, downtown and Little Italy, as well as its own Culinary Arts Center, there are plenty of kids’ cooking lessons to choose from. And, lucky for parents … they get to sample the tasty
Through marriage, child rearing, careers and retirement, one thing has remained a constant for the dozen women gathered around the table: Food. But now, as residents of Fahrney-Keedy Home and Village, the senior citizens no longer spend hours mixing and stirring.
For Cody Marwine, crafting chocolates comes easily.