End of The Year Baltimore Food News
I'm starting a new feature here on Baltimore Eats, where I round up some of the latest and greatest news relating to food in Charm City. This, the very first edition, will finish off 2012 and launch us into 2013 with a bang.
-Did you know that Rep. Richard F. Colburn, of the Eastern Shore, is going to introduce a bill into the Maryland Senate proposing that a soft shell crab sandwich be named the state sandwich of Maryland? I think a crabcake sandwich would be a more obvious choice, but Colburn says, "The soft-crab is more unique to Maryland. This would actually help the seafood industry." via The Baltimore Sun
-Did you know you can take cooking classes at Waterfront Kitchen? Classes, which begin January 7th, take place on Monday nights with Jerry Pellegrino. Each class is $59 and lasts from 6 to 9 pm. Topics include "The Art Of Making Pasta," "Cooking with Aphrodisiacs," "The Art Of Making Chili," and more. via Baltimore Magazine's In Good Taste blog
-Red Emma's, the anarchist bookstore, coffee shop and cafe, is moving to Station North. via City Paper
-Watch this series on local craft beer breweries around the state. via Towson Patch
-Learn about Feeding The People, Healthy Stores and The Family League of Baltimore City, which all focus on providing fresh, healthy and nutritious food to people in Baltimore. via Bmore Media
-Baltimore County Restaurant Week is running from January 11th to 27th. More than 35 restaurants are participating; in our opinion, prix fixe menus are the perfect thing to get you out of the house and shake off that post-holiday funk. via OpenTable
Any interesting foodie news I missed? Link up in the comments, please!
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