Chef, musician, author, and television personality.
First, I want to talk about the Edible Inevitable tour coming to Baltimore on February 22.
It’s fun to say isn’t it?
Yeah, it’s a bit of a tongue twister. So what’s in the show? Is this your first...
Three local food bloggers share recipes featured in our Holiday Entertaining spread in our November 2013 issue.
Dara Bunjon, Dining Dish, diningdish.net
Asian Cucumber Salad
Adapted from About.com video Thai Cucumber Salad
1/3 cup Roasted Peanuts
1 English Cucumber (sometimes called seedless...
Reagan and Sara Warfield share meals—and a life—together.
Though they crossed paths at local events for their respective jobs, Sara and Reagan Warfield first got to know each other in 2009 during a Sushi 101 cooking class at RA Sushi. “I distinctly...
New restaurants, upstart chefs, and visiting actors are drawing attention to our dining scene.
It didn’t take long for noted chef Michael Mina to assess Baltimoreans’ taste buds. Soon after Wit & Wisdom: A Tavern by Michael Mina opened a year and a half ago at the Four Seasons Hotel in...
Weekend warriors can relish the city’s beloved cheese steaks—and so much more.
The taste lingered long after the car turned onto Interstate 95 and the twin towers of Liberty Place grew smaller in the rearview mirror. It was quite possibly the best pork sandwich ever—tender herb...
Chefs and farmers forge bonds to bring fresh, local products to your table.
Order a steak and a salad at a Baltimore-area restaurant these days, and chances are the greens and beef were raised nearby—probably the goat’s cheese, tomatoes, and green beans, too—as more and more...
<p>Canton restaurant looks to the wild side for its menu.</p>
Tavern on the Square was rocking the night we visited. The happy-hour crowd spilled over to the few outdoor tables. Inside, the banter was loud and the music even louder. Uh oh. We surmised quickly...
Yak, python, bear: Chef Bernard Dehaene at Corner BYOB gives Baltimoreans a taste of the wild.
When chef Bernard Dehaene held a "Flintstone Dinner" at his restaurant Zot in Philadelphia, he served guests such rarities as lion and Thai waterbugs, all the while dressed as the cartoon character...
The Antrim 1844 executive chef on feeling French, hating foam, and Grand Marnier soufflé with just a drizzle of chocolate.
Michael Gettier is an American chef of French descent, who helms a trés, trés romantic restaurant in Taneytown, and who studied cooking in Paris. Who better to Grill on all matters of food, the...
Forget the fancy fare, local chefs crave mom's comfort food.
While some of the area's top chefs are laboring over ambitious presentations like saffron-poached sea scallops and red-wine-braised veal cheeks, they often experience pangs for more familiar foods...