While letting the kids cook may sound like a disaster in the making, allowing them to prep ingredients is a chance to bring learning into the kitchen. Use measuring spoons to enhance math skills and work on spelling with unique ingredients. If there’s a little mess, cleaning up is a great way to teach responsibility. Baltimore’s chefs understand how important it is to get kids in the kitchen, so they offered up these great cooking ideas just for families.
We are days away from ringing in the new year. In Baltimore, there are so many vantage points to see the fireworks downtown, including a relatively new waterside view.
Organizers in Harbor East are kicking off their first holiday event to draw more shoppers to local stores.
Preparing Thanksgiving dinner can be overwhelming. Timing the turkey to finish at the same time as the mashed potatoes can seem like an insurmountable feat with the whole family running around the house. Or maybe you love to cook, but the thought of the pile of dishes in the sink makes you more tired than the tryptophan. This Thanksgiving, let the chefs at some of Baltimore’s best restaurants cook for you and leave the dishes — and a nice holiday tip — on the table.
It promises to be one of the biggest music events in the Baltimore area this year, and it will happen at a spectacular setting.
More shopping downtown. Four big name retailers are slated to open this year in Harbor East, giving shoppers more reason to stay in the city.
A new cafe’s putting on a “coffee clinic” in Harbor East! Also, some simple painting techniques to use around the house.
When Constellation Energy and Exelon Energy merge, their combined corporate headquarters will be in Chicago, but some of their businesses will remain in Baltimore.
Harbor East holds its “Let It Snow” event. Also, we have last-minute gift ideas for everyone on your list.
Harbor East’s newest landmark opens its doors for the first time Monday. The Four Seasons Hotel invited the public in to sample the luxury as it welcomes its first overnight guests.
Hundreds take to the streets of Harbor East to send a message to City Hall and business leaders. They say they’re tired of talking about fixing schools and rec centers, and it’s time for action.
Sharon Gibala spoke with participants in the annual Baltimore Women’s Classic. Chef Patrick Crooks, of Roy’s Restaurant, shared some steak secrets.