Baltimore Food News You Can Use: March Edition

Carrie Murphy

It's time for the March edition of our Baltimore food news roundup! There's a lot going on this month, from the ongoing business troubles of DeBaufre Bakery (where our beloved Berger cookies are made) to restaurant openings and closings and a possible award for one of our favorite chefs, Spike Gjerde of Woodberry Kitchen. Here's the foodie news you need!


-Have you heard of Cafe Sage in Station North? Citypaper calls it "food as haiku."  via Citypaper


-Did you know Baltimore is having a bit of a granola renaissance? Baltimore magazine did! via Baltimore magazine


-The Dogwood Cafe closed last week and The Sun's Dan Rodricks sheds some light on how the owners helped people in need. via The Sun 


-Still celebrating the Ravens' Super Bowl victory? Do so with Old Bay, which is commemorating the win by manufacturing 30,000 special purple and yellow cans of Baltimore's favorite seasoning. via The Daily Record


-An altercation broke out at Live2Eat in South Baltimore after the restaurants' alleged slow service. via Baltimore Fishbowl


-It's been 20 years since Eddie's of Roland Park has been open in Towson! via Towson Patch


-Chef Spike Gjerde of Woodberry Kitchen has been named a finalist for the prestigious James Beard award. via Baltimore Business Journal


-The latest in the Berger Cookie saga: the IRS has filed a tax lien against DeBaufre Bakery. Let's just hope we can still buy our Bergers! via The Sun


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