Sake is an alcoholic beverage of Japanese origin that is made from fermented rice. Depending on the day, you can try it at one of these Baltimore hot sports either chilled, at room temperature or warm.
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.
You know to use red wine with steak and white wine with seafood. But if you’ve ordered scallops as an appetizer and the filet as your entreé and only want one bottle, well, that’s where sommeliers come in. You can close your eyes and point to a bottle or leave it to the experts. These five Baltimore sommeliers will teach you the tricks of their trade and ensure that your palate is pleased with each selection.
Marty had “Coffee With” Nick DiPaolo and Artie Lange. Ron Matz had “People Are Talking” about Sake Week at Pabu at the Four Seasons Hotel.