Barbecue is everywhere in Baltimore these days, from the food trucks to the stadiums to the suburbs. That's a good thing.
Suddenly, mussels and frites are everywhere. Belgian-themed restaurants, fry shops and bars have been cropping up in Baltimore lately. And now, Annapolitans have a new Belgian-inspired hangout.
Baltimore is no stranger to great Afghan food. The Helmand restaurant has been a city favorite for years; the country's influence is also apparent in kebab shops and casual eateries scattered throughout town.
In 1995, when the Giordano and Sanchez family opened their first Peruvian chicken restaurant in the United States — Super Chicken in suburban Virginia — most Americans knew little about Peruvian food.
The original Cafe Troia opened officially as a full cafe in 1992 but had operated for several years before that as an Italian grocery with a few tables.
Throughout the year I turn to other cuisines to spice up my everyday cooking. Korean gojuchang chili paste enlivens fish fillets, Provencal olive tapenade augments Italian pasta, Spanish smoked paprika and Middle Eastern za'atar spice spark boring chicken.
Sue Dexter of Baltimore was looking for the recipe for the chilled tomato soup with crab meat that is served at the Baltimore Country Club. I contacted the club on her behalf, and unfortunately they were not willing to share their recipe for the soup.
Celebrate a sweet deal for Fourth of July with a Star Spangled Banner cake by Charm City Cakes.
Through the ups and downs of farming life, the Keyes family has continued to churn out cheese and ice cream from the Harford County dairy they have run for more than 60 years.
Nutritionists from the University of Maryland Medical System regularly contribute guest posts to the Picture of Health blog.
Our visitors to the tasting room today are a couple of winemaking regions from Italy's South: Abruzzo and Campania.
The growing appetite for truffles is feeding demand for dogs trained to sniff out the pungent fungus prized by chefs and foodies.
McDonald's says fewer people are picking soda for Happy Meals after it stopped listing the drinks as an option on its menu boards.
On a warm Wednesday evening earlier this month, Clavel — a new Mexican-inspired restaurant in Remington — celebrated its arrival with an invite-only party for friends, family, neighbors and restaurant-industry types.
Whole Foods supermarkets have been routinely overcharging customers by overstating the weight of prepackaged meat, dairy and baked goods, New York City's consumer chief said Wednesday.
Over the past few years, Korean food and "fast casual" dining have been trends on the rise, both in Baltimore and around the country. It was only a matter of time before a fast-casual Korean restaurant popped up in the city.
I've heard this from a few friends about the new Harbor East restaurant called Mussel Bar & Grille: "Well, I hope the mussels are good. That's the name of the place."
Bob Krohn is excited about his barbecue. He should be.
There have been a few changes at Of Love & Regret.
The main requirement for a good sushi experience is fresh, high-quality fish that is beautifully prepared. But to advance a level — to jump from good to great — the meal also has to deliver a little visual drama.
With Father's Day looming, consumers' appetite for steamed crabs is growing.
The Chesapeake Bay's crab population has rebounded from last year's perilously low level, state officials reported Monday, meaning there could be more of the iconic crustaceans to feast on this summer — though at what price is anyone's guess.
Oprah Winfrey put her love for Pappas crab cakes on the photo-sharing site Instagram on Tuesday.
Here’s a thought for Maryland seafood lovers to sink their teeth into: A survey has found that more than a third of the crab cakes tested at Maryland and Washington, D.C., restaurants were not local blue crab as advertised, but imported crab.
A federal court on Wednesday allowed the U.S. Department of Labor to resume processing guest worker applications, granting a reprieve to Eastern Shore crab houses and other businesses that rely on foreigners to do jobs they say Americans won't.
Two million pounds of crab product from China traveled up the Chesapeake Bay into the port of Baltimore during the first 10 months of 2014. Another million pounds came from Indonesia. In total, more than 4 million pounds of crab from all over the world moved into the port, according to an analysis...