Baltimore Food Blogs

Adventures in Baltimore Restaurants
Jessica Lemmo
Jessica likes to write about everything restaurant, from finding deals for those who want to watch their money to special events. She will write about the entire restaurant experience -- from food to service to atmosphere.
Baltimore Bars Examiner
Cindy Plackmeyer
Cindy Plackmeyer has lived in the Canton and Fell's Point area for over 20 years. Currently a resident of Fell's Point and very active in her community, Cindy truly enjoys all that living in a vibrant, historic village has to offer. She and her husband love to hit the hot spots and the hidden jewels and be in the know on all that goes on in their neighborhood.
Black Coffee and a Donut
Erin and Xani Podolny
We are two sisters who love to cook, eat, and entertain. We wanted to share our experiences (good, bad, and ugly) with our friends and family and any strangers online who happen to love black coffee and donuts.
Savory Simple
Jennifer Ricklin
I have an insatiable passion for food. It consumes my life in so many ways: cooking, learning, trying new cuisines, reading books and traveling the world in search of new culinary experiences. It is for this reason that I decided to change career paths and attend culinary school.
Pumpkin Pie From Scratch - Savory Simple

18 Nov 2019 | 12:50 pm

Pumpkin Pie From Scratch This pumpkin pie from scratch is worlds better than anything you’ll buy at the store. No canned pumpkin, no sweetened condensed milk, no store-bought pie crust. Seriously, this is the BEST pumpkin pie recipe I’ve ever tried, and I don’t say that lightly! If you follow along with me here or in my Facebook ...

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Honey Orange Vinaigrette - Savory Simple

7 Nov 2019 | 12:20 pm

Honey Orange Vinaigrette This addictive honey orange vinaigrette recipe comes together in minutes! Fresh orange juice and zest add a refreshing citrus flavor, while honey enhances the sweetness. A splash of apple cider vinegar kicks up the acidity. Shallots and garlic add a subtle savoriness to balance everything out. I rarely buy grocery store ...

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Simmering Stovetop Potpourri - Savory Simple

5 Nov 2019 | 2:55 pm

Simmering Stovetop Potpourri When the weather cools down and the air becomes dry, nothing is better than a fragrant, simmering stovetop potpourri that fills the air with the scent of warming fall spices and a bit of that much needed moisture. Whether you’re entertaining guests or simply enjoying a quiet evening at home, this quick and easy ...

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Creamy Pumpkin Pasta with Sage and Parmesan - Savory Simple

4 Nov 2019 | 2:02 pm

Creamy Pumpkin Pasta with Sage and Parmesan This creamy pumpkin pasta recipe uses homemade pumpkin puree, and it’s insane how much the flavors shine when using fresh pumpkin! The pumpkin sauce is bursting with fall flavors including sweet pumpkin and earthy sage leaves. Parmesan cheese adds a nutty saltiness, while onions and garlic bring ...

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Cranberry Pecan Muffins - Savory Simple

30 Oct 2019 | 3:56 pm

Cranberry Pecan Muffins These cranberry pecan muffins with streusel topping are bursting with fresh cranberries in every bite. They’re incredibly tender, and they’ll make your kitchen smell amazing while baking. Pecans add a tasty crunch and nutty flavor, while orange zest and a little bit of fresh-squeezed orange juice add tons of ...

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8 steps in writing the dissertation for fellowship - University of Washington – Seattle East Asian Languages and Cultures Department

25 Jul 2019 | 1:24 pm

How to get the dissertation completion fellowship? It is one of the greatest achievements in the entire writing section. Here one can efficiently complete the task if the teacher will help the student. Through this, the students will get the opportunity to meet with the committee members. Those students will get the award from the … Continue...

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What things dissertation requires to get completed – 4 tricks? - University of Washington – Seattle East Asian Languages and Cultures Department

25 Jul 2019 | 1:18 pm

Dissertation writing is not as tough as it looks. But still, there are many things for which one should take care of. If the person takes care of those things, then it will make the paper look much better. If you are one of them who wants to make their paper better, then read the … Continue reading "What things dissertation requires to get ...

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How It Works – Essay Writing Services - University of Washington – Seattle East Asian Languages and Cultures Department

25 Jul 2019 | 1:12 pm

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Formal Essay Format - University of Washington – Seattle East Asian Languages and Cultures Department

25 Jul 2019 | 1:08 pm

Here are a few things that you should remember if you are writing a formal essay. The rules may seem very specific, but they the sort of thing that people expect when they read a formal essay. Formal essays are also sticklers for grammar and punctuation. There may be a fair amount of emotion and … Continue reading "Formal Essay Format"

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25 Jul 2019 | 1:02 pm

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#wildsaturdaynight - Black Coffee and a Donut

20 Oct 2014 | 2:52 pm

Cranked up my oven and had a wild Saturday night! Roasted baby artichokes w/aioli: roasted garlic & herb sausage over apples, onion & carrot w/cider jus: extra bay leaves because I accidentally ordered a pillowcase-worth from Amazon and now I put tons of them in ...

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BCD Eats on Instagram: Mujadarra from Cook's Illustrated - Black Coffee and a Donut

2 Oct 2014 | 2:51 pm

by EPThis week I attempted a Cook's Illustrated recipe for Mujadarra, a Middle Eastern rice and lentils recipe with crispy fried onions on top and a garlicky yogurt sauce on the side.As usual, the ATK method was a bit cumbersome but successful. The onions specifically had a funny method but it worked great: peel, halve, and slice onions into 1/4-in...

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Let Me Entertain You, Let Me Make You Smile - Black Coffee and a Donut

5 Feb 2014 | 6:58 pm

by EPOne of my new years resolutions was to entertain more. I have a lovely little home, I love to cook, and I love to socialize - why not combine them by entertaining friends? The problem is, when you are so used to cooking for one, as I do most days, you overlook such skills necessary for entertaining as: serving food on time, serving enough food...

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A Rose By Any Other Name - Black Coffee and a Donut

21 Jan 2014 | 6:03 pm

by EPI recently had the pleasure of dining at Rose's Luxury in the Eastern Market/Barracks Row neighborhood. This place is on every top restaurant list and is the talk of the town (at least, according to my twitter feed). I had been wanting to go but in the back of my mind was skeptical - is this place really that amazing? I'm pretty snobby - ...

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Holiday Gifts 2013: Just Add Vodka - Black Coffee and a Donut

19 Jan 2014 | 6:39 pm

by EPThis year, while I made plenty of cookies, I didn't give them away as formal holiday gifts, as I've done in the past. I wanted to do something a little different. I was inspired by my friend Ginger, who gave me a small bottle of homemade vanilla extract last year, which I used in all my baking until it was gone. I cleverly told everyone that ...

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Opa! Harbor East’s new Ouzo Bay enthralls with food and spirit (Photos) - Cindy Plackmeyer's feed

22 Dec 2012 | 6:28 pm

Don’t let the name discourage you from going to one of Baltimore’s newest hot spots. It’s not about the ouzo, although you can sample eight different ouzos if you’d like. Ouzo Bay...

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How about TEN TEN at Harbor East for New Year's Eve? - Cindy Plackmeyer's feed

30 Nov 2012 | 10:46 pm

Voted as one of the top American Bistros in Baltimore, Bagby Restaurant Group’s TEN TEN is pulling out all the stops this New Year's Eve. Highlighting TEN TEN’s classic bistro cuisine with Southern and...

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Baltimore Beer Week: unexpected events - Cindy Plackmeyer's feed

20 Oct 2012 | 8:34 pm

At Todd Conner’s in Fell's PointAll Day, Every Day, During Beer Week:For wine club members only***special offer 1/2 price bottles and $6.50/ glass of our newest additions to our seasonally changing...

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Fleet Street Kitchen - a stunning addition to what is already HOT in Harbor East - Cindy Plackmeyer's feed

30 Sep 2012 | 4:12 pm

Please RUN, don’t just walk, to Fleet Street Kitchen. Even though they have only been open since September 20, they have their act together. Seasoned professionals have this new restaurant purring along like it’s always been...

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Third annual Farm to Chef event coming September 24 - Cindy Plackmeyer's feed

16 Sep 2012 | 5:26 pm

On Monday, September 24 at 6:30pm, the American Visionary Arts Museum will host the Third Annual “Farm to Chef” Culinary Competition—Maryland’s most unique and exciting experience for food enthusiasts. (Formerly known as ...

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