Food & Drink
Seriously, what do you possibly have to look forward to in the coming months besides the second half of Scandal (which you totally only watch on date nights because your girlfriend makes you…) and watching Liam Neeson overcome his bad luck for a third time? Well, it’s time to cheer up my sad studs! Get out from in front of that screen and head to Sip Wine and Dine Baltimore.
There is something about the chilly air and nippy wind that makes soup seem to be the only thing that will warm our bones. From vegan, vegetarian, seafood and more, Baltimore offers a variety of places to enjoy soup on those cold days when you need it.
Being summoned for jury duty is a common occurrence in Baltimore but it can also be used as a great excuse to try out a new restaurant in a new area.
These Baltimore restaurants new to the area are hopefully here to stay. From small plates, famous chefs, sister locations, ramen, seafood and more, these restaurants have great menus and specials.
Dominique DeVito shares her recipe for bacon-wrapped meatloaf from her book “Low-Card Slow Cooking,” out now from Cider Press Mill.
Try one or both of these cookie recipes from a local Baltimore expert and baker at Hamilton Bakery to add to your cookie platter.
Why settle for plain store-bought eggnog when you can doctor it up with a few more ingredients to create something extra special?
Out-of-town guests and local residents who want to simplify their Thanksgiving are sure to find of these restaurants a top choice for their Thanksgiving meal. You can find traditional Thanksgiving options to dishes that have a new spin put on them to satisfy your turkey day cravings.
Well don’t fret, because now you can have your pasta, and eat it to. I assume you do this already, unless you’re some crazy anti carb health freak. But, since celebrity Chef Bryan Voltaggio unlocked the doors to an Aggio location in your Charm City, you can now take a staycation and enjoy the best carbs this world has to offer, as though you are sitting in front of the Coloseum (sans the locals intense PDA).
Two of Baltimore’s top-notch pastry chefs divulge their favorite traditional pie recipes. From scrumptious apple cobbler to “gooey” pumpkin pie, the tummies of elated guests will, unapologetically so, beckon for more.
Think outside the oven this Thanksgiving with these non-traditional ways to cook your turkey main dish.