Food & Drink
Think outside the oven this Thanksgiving with these non-traditional ways to cook your turkey main dish.
Daylight savings time. Man, what a crock. Some say DLST started to provide more daylight for the farmers. But now three quarters of Americans live in cities! Others blame it on the Germans in WWI? Well folks; I don’t know if you’re aware, but WWI has passed. So what is it now, ISIS, the Taliban?
Three new great pie recipes for you to add to your Thanksgiving table. Bring all three and really impress the family this year.
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To liven up the breakfast menu, we’ve asked a couple of Baltimore-area chefs to share some of their personal recipes for casseroles that can be enjoyed in the morning. Look them up, cook them up and start your a.m. right!
So after all of this, why would anyone want to visit a bar called 13th Floor? Maybe because it’s amazing and capable of calming even the most extreme Triskaidekaphobe (try to say that one 13 times, fast).
Coffee With Eric LeGrand; People Are Talking about A Taste of Hampden.
It doesn’t matter if you are looking for breakfast, lunch or dinner, these five places are sure to please with their organic offerings.
While the hipsters may be saving record stores around the county with their rediscovery of the vinyl, you can now one-up your Brooklyn friends and play them the artists of the best musical era, the way they were meant to be heard— on a gramophone. You know what a gramophone is…right?
All right boys, put down your remotes and game controlles and try to accomplish at least one thing on your to-do list this weekend. Don’t get annoyed just yet; you might actually be able to make this fun. Let’s start with the haircut and shave and head over to QG (Quinntessential Gentleman) to turn you from a boy into a gent.
Be original, creative and frighteningly delicious with these recipes from top Baltimore chef Jill Williams.