“Farm fresh” has a new meaning for some Thanksgiving fanatics this year. As Maryland turkey farms are gearing up for the season, one Baltimore County farm has nearly sold out.
The trend in restaurants is fresh, fresh, fresh. The smaller the restaurant, the easier it is to find or grow fresh food.
Spring has finally arrived and it is time to debut some beautiful colors. Are you looking for a new wardrobe or just a few pieces to make your spring fashionable? Do you need to know where to go for the best and latest trends? Here is a list of five Baltimore area boutiques. Make sure you stop by these stores to not only update yourself but add timeless pieces to your growing wardrobe.
Some small farms in western Maryland say they have sold out of turkeys, weeks ahead of Thanksgiving.
The West Frederick Farmers Market was recently voted third favorite market in the state and 15th in the nation in the American Farmland Trust’s America’s Favorite Farmers Markets contest for 2011.
The popularity of locally grown food — which many assume means the food is fresher, made with fewer chemicals and grown by smaller, less corporate farms — has led to an explosion in the use of the word “local” in food marketing. It’s the latest big thing after the surge in food marketed as “organic,” another subject of continuing labeling controversy.