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Southern Living magazine names Baltimore among '10 tastiest towns in the South'

Citing Baltimore's "sizzling Harbor East ‘hood, crab cakes and restaurants with a fierce sense of place," the editors of Southern Living magazine found room in their hearts for Baltimore on its list of the top 10 "Tastiest Towns in the South.

The list appears in Southern Living magazine's January issue, on newwstands Friday. In the April 2012 issue, the editors will run profiles on the dining scene of each of the 10 cities. Begining Dec. 23, readers will go online to vote for the very tastiest among the ten tasty towns.

Readers will determine the winner. Rally around your favorite hometown or food destination and cast your vote for the “Tastiest Town in the South” on  beginning December 23rd.

The nine other tasty Southern cities include: 

Birmingham, Ala.: Local chef, Frank Stitt, changed the Southern culinary landscape

Charleston, S.C.: Iconic Lowcountry dishes and a thriving cocktail culture make this city shine

Charlottesville, Va.: Toasts farm-to-table freshness in everything from tapas to spirits

Decatur, Ga.: Is an emerging mecca for foodies who relish local farmers markets

Houston: Has a diverse ethnic food scene with a new generation of tastemakers

Lafayette, La.: A new breed of hometown chefs is diving into the region’s culinary roots

Louisville, Ky.: Saddle up for surprising food, bourbon bars, and buzzy new neighborhoods

New Orleans: Famed oyster bars, Gulf seafood and classic cocktails are the ultimate tourist attraction

Raleigh, N.C : Fantastic farmers’ markets and chefs devoted to their culinary heritage

What do you think of this list? (Where's Savannah?)

 

 

 

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