Monday, August 29, 2011
Restaurants are celebrating the first Grand Prix auto races to be held in Baltimore. The dining deals are there to be enjoyed by visitors and locals. The Baltimore Sun’s Richard Gorelick posted a column last week about Grand Prix dining deals listing the likes of Morton’s, B & O Brasserie, Café Hon, Lebanese Taverna and more. Check out his story and more links HERE
Sunday, August 28, 2011
A number of you who might have known the location as The Lunchbox Lady at 1332 Sulphur Spring Road. It has been transformed with Larry’s innate sense of style and panache to Larry's 1332
Continue reading and watch the slide show:An invitation to eat – Larry’s 1332 – it’s all about the food
Chazz – A Bronx Original in Harbor East has announced they will start serving lunch
Friday, August 26, 2011
Juliet Bodinetz-Rich’s job is food safety for restaurants, her company Bilingual Hospitality Training Solutions teaches the states required food safety training for restaurant staffing. Juliet remembered being left without electricity for a whole week after Hurricane Isabel. Her local fire department was available with dry ice during the power outage.
Get the full story at Hurricane Irene - food safety in a power outage
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Monday, August 22, 2011
Chef Bosio quipped ” Okay, so I'm not cut out to be an Iron Chef but I thought you would like this cooking video-the recipe is simple and perfect for summer.
Read the complete post and watch the cooking video: Today is eat a peach day
Friday, August 19, 2011
Read the full story: New restaurant in Pikesville
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
I just received the press release on the new restaurant in Canton, the Americana. The release is well written and says everything you should know. I usually like to put my own spin on stories but today I'm just going to let the owner Alex van Breukelen's press release tell the story.
THE AMERICANA, Canton’s newest restaurant and bar is excited to announce its Grand Opening Celebration taking place on Saturday, August 27th. The event will commence at 10:00 am; featuring a brunch menu with bottomless Bloody Marys and Mimosas. The celebration will continue throughout the day with special highlights including giveaways, ½ price drinks and food specials, and promotions hosted by both Pinnacle Vodka and Miller Lite.
Continue reading New restaurant and bar open in Canton - The Americiana
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
If you have children ages 6 to 12 years of age that are food curious, want to cook and learn about food than Ingredient Magazine is designed just for them. Ingredient encourages children, with adult supervision to build their cooking skills through practice, using a selection of recipes both simple and moderately advanced.
Are you wine curious? If so, you might want to consider Science Uncorked at the Maryland Science Center at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor on Thursday, September 8th . Wine expert Sharon Charny will take you through two very vital parts of the wine tasting experience, the look of the wine – Sight and the aroma – The Smell.
Monday, August 15, 2011
|Photo courtesy of Martha Foose - Food Stylist Martha Foose and Family|
Integral to the storyline in The Help is the food of the south from pies to cakes, peanut brittle to deviled eggs – food is a key to the storytelling. Another great storyteller of southern life is Martha Foose. Foose, an award-winning Southern cookbook author of Screen Doors and Sweet Tea and her most recent cookbook A Southerly Course, was one of the key food stylist’s for The Help.
Saturday, August 13, 2011
Saval Foods, a name I see when I drive the Capital Beltway on my drive home on the inner loop between Connecticut Avenue and route 29 on a road marker is seen more often at your favorite deli counter. What started with a quality corned beef in 1932 grew to the Saval deli line. I love their beef brisket, no one does it better.
Monday, August 08, 2011
Executive Chef Kevin Miller, formerly of the closed Ixia Restaurant, is the main talent behind Copper Kitchen catering. Chef comes to the table not only a talented chef, but he has a degree in pastry and a food stylist extraordinaire. Miller partnered with Jennifer DeVos of Widespread Concierge Services expanding their services with catering and event planning which grew by leaps and bounds and deserved a name more befitting Kevin’s talents, hence – Copper Kitchen catering.
Chef Miller has a great understanding of both the taste and the visual of food. We eat with our eyes as much as our other senses. The launch party at Silo Point had such a visual wow factor, especially the two story centerpiece table, the food presentation and of course the view from the penthouse at Silo Point
Continue reading, watch video and enjoy slide show: Launch party for Copper Kitchen catering at Silo Point wows!
Posted by Dara Bunjon at 8/08/2011 08:26:00 PM
Saturday, August 06, 2011
|Chef Luca Pesci serving Branzino tableside|
Vito’s Chef Luca Pesci is part of the small band of Italian chefs that came to Baltimore in the past 10 plus years when Baltimore restaurateurs could easily help the young chefs to immigrate. Chef Pesci was part of the group of young chefs the likes of Fabio Mura –Cardedu, Sardinia, Davide Rossi-Milan, Gianfranco Fracassetti –Sedrina,Bergamo.
Continue reading and check out the slideshow HERE
Wednesday, August 03, 2011
Owner of the five New York Grillfire restaurants,George Korten shared that the Grillfire Arundel is the first Grillfire Restaurant built from the ground up and is their flagship restaurant. The New York Grillfire restaurants were all remodels of previously owned restaurants. Grillfire Arundel at the Hotel at Arundel Preserve offers up warm, neutral tones with natural products of stone, brick and polished mahogany.
Continue reading and view the slide show George Martin’s Grillfire Restaurant at the Hotel at Arundel Preserve opens