Oliver Speck’s turns to down-home barbecue.
When executive chef Jesse Sandlin sent out word in mid-summer that the hip, charming wine bar Vino Rosina was closing its doors in Harbor East after a three-year run, I was saddened by the news but...
This is not the way the cookie is supposed to crumble. Early in the year, Baltimore awoke to find out that its iconic, beloved Berger Cookies were becoming scarce to non-existent.
The city Health...
With a side of country pride, this is how Mission BBQ is expanding its brand here and elsewhere.
It’s high noon along Ritchie Highway, and inside a brick building where the walls are lined with pictures, patches, and paraphernalia from World War II, Vietnam, and other conflicts, a group of...
Local chefs and food purveyors jump on the brining bandwagon.
Pickles are popping up all over the city as many area chefs and food purveyors turn out their own delicious versions. For Spike Gjerde of Woodberry Kitchen, pickling is a way of life. He pickles and...
A recipe from the self-confessed pickle nerd Evan Tanner.
As the French would say,
It’s Time For Mise en Place
(putting in place)
Fill a water-bath canner 3/4 fill with hot tap water, cover, and heat to high.
20 great places to eat and watch the world go by!
The warmer weather is like a siren song to Baltimoreans to head outdoors—of course, the result is much more rewarding than what the mythological Greek femme fatales had in mind. Our fresh air...
A new barbecue sauce scores a win.
The Mechali family are big sports fans. When the Ravens won the Super Bowl, they went into overdrive to quickly produce Championship Salsa 2013 at their Randallstown business Mama Vida. “It was such...
A local gypsy brewer creates beer inspired by his favorite bands.
When Brian Strumke retired from producing electronic music, he turned to brewing as a creative outlet. After founding Stillwater Artisanal Ales in 2010, he looked for a chance to combine his two...
The Mt. Washington Tavern blends the old with the new after the fire.
This is not the Mt. Washington Tavern of your college days and frolicking youth. Oh, you’ll still find the preppy crowds at the bar talking lacrosse and hunt clubs, but the surroundings have been...
Mother’s Day is May 12, and plenty of restaurants around town are planning special brunches in honor of Mom. Here are some of the places we like best for celebrating the day.
1. B&O American Brasserie: The restaurant will be hosting a bountiful brunch that includes citrus-and-coriander-cured gravlax, pepper-and-thyme roasted prime rib, buttermilk biscuits and chorizo...