Alex Kawecki, Jhuron Thompson and seven of their friends were determined to make heaps of dough Saturday morning. They had an excellent reason.
When Michael Seidman asked other members of Towson University’s Club Lacrosse for their help in a fundraising project, they didn’t need much persuading.Read more
In the least surprising report of all time, The Goucher Poll has found a majority of Marylanders like Old Bay seasoning.
The political poll asked Marylanders about their feelings toward the regionally beloved seasoning and 83 percent reported having a favorable opinion, according to a Goucher news release.Read more
Atlas Restaurant Group has announced plans to open a Latin American-style concept restaurant in Baltimore’s Four Seasons Hotel.
The hotel’s 8,000-square-foot space on its ground floor, formerly occupied by Wit & Wisdom, will soon house Maximón, an eatery that showcases South American cuisines with a Mexican focus, according to a news release.Read more
Baltimore pastry chef Duff Goldman, who rose to fame with his cake decorating show “Ace of Cakes,” is partaking in a baking battle against “Cake Boss” Buddy Valastro on the Food Network in March.
The challenge will air on the Food Network series “Buddy vs. Duff,” a six-week reality baking competition scheduled to premiere March 10 at 9 p.m., according to a network news release.Read more
Baltimore’s Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation voted to table a request to raze the former Martick’s Restaurant Francais property in the 200 block of W. Mulberry St. in downtown Baltimore for another month until it gets more information on the proposal.Read more
El Salto Mexican restaurant, a longtime staple in Brooklyn Park, will be opening a third location, this one in Perry Hall.
The restaurant plans to open in the Perry Hall Square shopping center on Ebenezer Road, manager Jesus Alcala said. As of yet, there is no projected opening date, he said.Read more