Food & Drink
From mild to spicy, traditional to new, the tastes abound at these top Indian restaurants in Baltimore.
When the weather outside is frightful, there is nothing more delightful than a heaping bowl of hot chili to warm you from the inside out. So spoons up, bibs on and belts loosened, it’s chili eating time!
When it comes to drinking, we’re all about going underground. That used to mean drinks at a speakeasy, but now it means in a cave. Check out the world’s best bars in a cave.
Continue ringing in the new year while you enjoy brunch at one of the following great places. Don’t forget to make your reservations to ensure a table.
Irma Rombauer, author of The Joy Of Cooking, was an accomplished home baker. Make her Pecan or Angel slices for your holiday cookie swap or your Christmas dessert table.
Megan Scott, from Joy Of Cooking and the blog The Joy Kitchen, shares tips on how to know your oven.
A cup of hot chocolate can be had at any location that serves warm drinks during the winter, but not all cups of cocoa are created equal. Of all of the competitors, these five locations come out ahead of the pack. Try their offerings and see if you agree.
Renowned more for its Riesling than its rye, New York’s grape-growing Finger Lakes region — think Western Upstate, between Ithaca, Rochester, and Syracuse — is actually one of the country’s most underrated beer destinations. Home to 36 craft breweries and 19 brewpubs (the largest concentration of beermakers in the state, despite what you might think!), it’s the perfect spot for a weekend beercation.
Ski or snowboard into one of these ski resort restaurants and fill up with lamb chops, bison burgers and beef tenderloins before carving up the rest of the mountain.
For the chef responsible for cooking the holiday meal, here are some tips from a Baltimore expert.
Everyone loves mashed potatoes. Finding a place that serves real potatoes, not the reconstituted stuff, can be a challenge. But there are no disappointments on this list; these are all restaurants that make the real deal.
Whatever your reason for not eating gluten, here are some recipes for a gluten-free Thanksgiving, courtesy of Amanda Gilley, R.D., of LifeBridge Health.