The Dining Dish blog is Dara Bunjon's take on anything food, both national and in her hometown of Baltimore. Warning: this food blog can be harmful to your waistline.

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Howard County's Farm-2-Table Restaurant Weeks

“Savor It” is what Howard County Restaurant Week’s website states and that is what you can do for twenty days of culinary savings from Wednesday, July 17th to Monday, August 5th. Your farm fresh menus offer up lunch and dinner options from $10.13 to $40.13.

There are 19 participating restaurants from A (Aida Bistro) to V (Victoria’s Gastropub). One of my favorites, Baldwin Station’s, located in an 1883 historic landmark building on Sykesville’s Main Street. Recently their Executive Chef Darrack Granai left to help run his family’s business. He passed the top toque hat off to one of his protégés, Dustin Heflin. Heflin, who has been working at Baldwin’s Station since high school and has garnered an Associate Degree in Culinary Arts for Professional Cooking from Anne Arundel Community College, an Associate in Arts Degree in Professional Cooking and Baking as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Culinary Management from Baltimore International College. I love a man who can bake!

Watch the video, get the full list of participating restaurants HERE.

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