I’m a soup girl. Love a big ‘ole pot of soup on the stove…bubbling away, about to feed me for a week. And when we’re in the dead of winter (and OH MY GAH, it’s cold) I like to make Alton Brown’s potato leek soup. It’s creamy, comforting goodness.
preZerve, a Baltimore business that teaches home canning workshops is hosting Winter Jamboree: Celebrate a year of preZerve on February 27. In honor of preZerve’s one year anniversary, the event will feature food, drinks, games and special guest Cathy Barrow, author of “Mrs. Wheelbarrow’s Practical Pantry.”
Founded in January 2014 and funded by Kickstarter in July, preZerve’s founders, Laura Griffin and Zenobia Taylor-Weiss, have a simple mission: “We don’t simply want to teach a few people how to can: we want to bring back a lost art.”
Johnny’s, known for west coast influenced cuisine, will expand its menu to include sushi from specialty sashimi to nigiri and a selection of rolls.
Under the direction of Sushi Chef, Ron Choi, the menu will highlight beautiful, fresh fish, presented simply to allow the fish to speak for itself. Choi was born and raised in Orange County, California, and is an avid surfer. After a brief time studying drama at Santa Monica College he pursued a career in film, primarily as a stunt actor. He later made the decision to change his path and went to the California Sushi Academy.
The Emporiyum is coming back, B’more: April 18-19 in Harbor East. Ramen and burgers and doughnuts, oh my! (note the YUM in the event name.)
The two-day marketplace brings together a lineup of food and beverage purveyors you will not find anywhere else. Meet the people behind the brands, learn about their products and wow friends and family with unique edible gifts. The Emporiyum is honored to host this year’s event at the former H&S Bakery Distribution Center located at the intersection of Fleet Street and S. Central Avenue.
The Senator Theatre. A Baltimore treasure. They’ve had their share of drama in the last few years. Once threatened by closure, the new owners of this historic theater – who also happen to own the Charles – have completely renovated, expanded it and now, you can actually grab something to eat right there in the theater before or after a show. Enter, Clark Burger.