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50 things Baltimore foodies must try [Pictures]
Former Baltimore Sun food writer Elizabeth Large asked readers of her blog, Dining@Large, to come up with a list of Things Every Foodie Should Do in Baltimore. Here are 50 items from that list.
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Have a jumbo lump crab cake from Faidley's on a Saltine.
Pick steamed hard shells at Mr. Bill's Terrace Inn in Essex.
Drink a Natty Boh.
Snack on a Berger's cookie.
Put marshmallow on your snowball.
Lake trout. And for those of us who watched "The Wire," have a grape soda with it.
Breakfast at Blue Moon Cafe down in Fells Point.
Corned beef on rye at Attman's.
Knock back a goblet of Resurrection Ale at Brewer's Art.
Take a Sunday morning stroll through the JFX Farmer's Market.
Have a Black Eyed Susan at the Preakness.
Shop for shoes and chocolate at Ma Petit Shoe in Hampden.
Eat a box of Rheb's buttercreams. Not at one sitting, of course ... on the other hand, why not?
Order a Tio Pepe sangria (red). It contains fruit, so it counts as food!
Polish sausage from one of the two Ostrowski shops.
Fisher's popcorn downy ocean, hon!
Sunday brunch on the terrace at Ambassador Dining Room, an atypical setting for an Indian restaurant.
Eat the pumpkin appetizer at the Helmand.
Thin crust pizza! Iggies and Joe Squared.
Try some of the special flavors from Taharka Bros. (formerly Sylvan Beach) ice cream and Pitango Gelato.
Make fun of the hipsters at Golden West and Rocket to Venus in Hampden.
Change your mind about vegan/vegetarian food at Liquid Earth.
Try the charcuterie at Clementine.
Macaroni and cheese with bittersweet chocolate from Jack's Bistro.
Throw in a shrimp salad from Kibby's and/or Mary Mervis.
Smith Island Cake, but only from Sugarbakers.
Gorge yourself on the Monday night all-you-can-eat at Vaccaro's.
Bookmaker salad at Sabatino's.
Order any sandwich at Trinacria. But no calling ahead to order like I do. You must wait in line for the full effect.
Order the popcorn and deviled eggs at Woodberry Kitchen. Before your appetizers, not in lieu of.
Bagel with lox and cream cheese or apricot spread from Greg's.
Coddies on a cracker from a rowhouse bar.
Prime rib at the Prime Rib.
You have to get a Popular Mozzarella Pie from Matthew's Pizza!
Late night dinner at the Bel-Loc Diner.
Order the Krispy Cream Bread Pudding at Ale Mary's
Buy a crepe at Sofi's and enjoy it while watching a movie at the Charles.
Have a picnic at Fort McHenry.
Oysters and beer at Cross Street Market!
Coffee from Zeke's.
Smoked platter from Neopol at Belvedere.
Go to the Wine Market on a Monday night and enjoy a neighborhood discount (extended to all diners).
Have Old Bay on things other than seafood. For instance, corn on the cob, potato salad, coleslaw.
Take the Clipper City brewery tour.
Get fruit and veggies from an a-rab.
Sip a Bloody Mary with an Old Bay rimmer. I only see this done at Baltimore restaurants.
Enjoy a meal at Salt.
Eat the Berger cookie pie at Dangerously Delicious Pies. A new tradition built on the old.
Mary Sue Easter Eggs.
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