Recipes & Pairings

Forget the Fireworks: In Maryland, the Fourth of July is all about the food

July, 2018

Get Cooking By Andrew Michael Woods  Maryland’s Fourth of July celebrations are best experienced through the fog rising from mountains of crabs caked in Old Bay and the charred scent of meats and vegetables rolling from grills across the region. Cold beer and hot food define the day–ideally with a little music and lots of […]

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A Chef for All Seasons

May, 2018

Kerry Dunnington’s passion for home cooking and entertaining shines on every page of her new cookbook. The Seasonal Kitchen is the most recent offering from Artichoke Publishers, the company she started in 2014. The Baltimore-based personal chef, caterer and food writer encourages home cooks to source local produce in season and support local farmers whenever […]

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Do Try This at Home

May, 2018

Chad Gauss, chef and owner of Baltimore’s The Food Market, is spilling his secrets. He wants you to have access to the time-tried and popular recipes of his The Food Market (Hampden) and La Food Marketa (Pikesville). And he’s also sharing his experiences running kitchens and delivering hospitality–along with a few other life lessons. Photo:  […]

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Flavors of the Free State

May, 2018

The Old Maryland Grill is all about local taste and tradition Story by Ryan Detter              Photography by Mary C. Gardella There’s a moment early on in my conversation with Old Maryland Grill owner Mike Franklin when he tells me, matter-of-factly, “Oh, we took three separate trips to St. Mary’s county […]

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Bacon Porter Brownies

March, 2018

As the warm weather of summer slowly sunsets into the chilly reezes of fall, we like to transition from cool, sunny popsicles, to rich, decadent brownies that warm the soul. Which is why in this issue we’re featuring a recipe that is an unbeatable sweet and salty triple threat of beer, bacon and brownies. Depending on […]

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The “In” Cider

March, 2018

Distillery Lane in Jefferson, Maryland, produces several popular alternatives to sparkling wine. Rob Miller and his wife, Patricia Power, were both working outside of the house that sits on their Frederick County farm in the early 2000s when the farmer who leased their land at the time decided it was time to retire. Miller,who was […]

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How Sweet It Is

March, 2018

In Spain, it might be called Cava; in Italy, perhaps Prosecco or Asti; in Portugal, Espumante; in France, well, Champagne anyone? But no matterwhere a sparkling wine calls home, there are certain characteristics that hold true regardless of borders, languages, or price points. So, here’s a basic beginner’s guide—something to help with your choosing the next […]

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