We love when local businesses collaborate – – and this most recent concoction between Weber’s Farm and Heavy Seas Beer is summer sunshine in a can! The new Strawberry Shortcake Ale is brewed with strawberries straight from the farm. “Strawberry Shortcake is an iconic summertime treat, and Weber’s sun-ripened strawberries took the flavor of this beer to the next level,” says Heavy Seas Associate Brand Manager Amanda Zivkovic. “For generations, Weber’s Cider Mill Farm has been a cornerstone in Maryland’s agricultural community, and we feel honored to be working with them and showcasing their incredible produce. This beer is certainly not to be missed! ” Strawberry Shortcake Ale will be available in four-packs of 16oz cans, during a can release at the Heavy Seas Taproom on June 18th. Find out more info here.
Do you know about Baltimore Supper Club? This growing Facebook community of home chefs shares amazing recipes, tips, and collaborations. Whether you’re an aspiring chef or seasoned pro, you are sure to find inspiration for your next home-cooked meal! “Our club is a judgment-free place to overshare food pictures (no matter what they look like). We love supporting members through food fails as much as we love seeing beautiful food photos,” writes founder Kylie Perrotti in the “About Us” section. If you’re looking to up your dinner game, search the group on Facebook and join! Photo Credit: Kylie Perrotti
As the trees turn glorious colors and the air is crisp and earthy, we begin to long for the deep, rich flavors of fall cooking. Few dishes say “fall” more than a pot of butternut squash soup simmering on the stove. Most butternut squash soup recipes have butternut squash, apples, onion and stock (chicken or vegetable) in common. But then they diverge into either a sweeter soup or a savory soup. Which is your favorite? For those who love to bring out the sweetness in the apples… APPLE CINNAMON BUTTERNUT SQUASH SOUP Serves 8. Pictured above. Ingredients 8 C Butternut Squash, peeled, seeded and cubed (about 2 medium squash, or about 2 ½ lbs. of pre-prepped squash)1 large apple (or 2 small, you can’t go wrong), peeled and cubed1 large onion, cut into 1-inch pieces2 T brown sugar¾ t salt¾ t ground cinnamonDash black pepper3 C chicken broth (you can…
Quinoa is My Favorite New Dinner Staple Quinoa, a pseudo-grain, is a super-food – high in protein, fiber, B-vitamins, magnesium, calcium and vitamin E, and naturally gluten-free. I’ve fallen in love with it lately and started incorporating it into salads for meatless meals. The citrusy quinoa salad below is the first recipe I tried and still my favorite. But it’s good with other fruits and vegetables and different kinds of beans. Another combination is a tossup for our favorite version: orange sections, corn cut off the cob, diced red onion, diced cucumber, dill, garbanzo beans. Cherry tomatoes, black beans, sliced scallions, and cliantro, ready for quinoa and dressing Do you have other suggestions for combinations? Citrusy Quinoa Salad Yields about 6 C salad 1 C Traditional white whole grain quinoa 2 C waterBring water and quinoa to a boil. Lower heat and simmer 15 minutes, or until water is absorbed…
We think this is one of the best summer salads for entertaining! This is guaranteed to please even the pickiest of guests! Plus it holds up for at least 3 days and is served room temperature.
Quick, easy, fool-proof, crowd-pleasing. My criteria for a recipe these days, especially during the summer when I don’t want to spend much time in the kitchen.
Food Principles 101: the quality of the food we prepare begins with the quality of the ingredients that go into it. But how many besides me have noticed that the fruit and produce in grocery stores does not taste as good as it used to?
Brunches and lunches are perfect for casual spring entertaining – Easter, wedding showers, baby showers, graduation celebrations, or an afternoon at steeplechases. But it’s a lot more fun to have company come for lunch or brunch when you are not frantically getting ready for them on the morning of the party.
Mint Juleps and The Kentucky Derby – you cannot hardly think of one without the other. But did you know that there is also a traditional Kentucky Derby sandwich?
The Louisville Hot Brown is named after the Brown Hotel in Louisville, which first served the sandwich in the 1920s. It is a delicious open-faced turkey sandwich, topped with bacon, tomato and Mornay sauce.