Diane Lyn Baltimore
Haussner’s Restaurant closed years ago, but their famous Strawberry Pie lives on. Check out the recipe….
Did you like Pacman as a kid? Check out how Baltimore streets become the Pacman game!
According to the National Confectioners Association…
Guinness, becomes very popular this time of the year. From toasting to cooking, this Irish stout has its place on March 17. My husband and I are using a little Guinness in our crock pot for our feast later. Find out how much Guinness is consumed on this wearing of the green day. Plus, there is a special way to pour this stout for full enjoyment!&
The history of the clover and a crazy ritual called “drowning the shamrock”…
See how well you know Baltimore’s Irish traditions and trivia. Here’s the first question: Which Baltimore community is named for an Irish town?<!–
Travel amd Leisure ranked our Charm City as one the ugliest cities. See where they think we ranked and why is Baltimore not beautiful..
The easiest recipes in the world are all the rage! What do you do?
One of our own is featured on the Food Network! A local Glen Burnie man was chosen to be one of 10 home cooks on “All-Star Academy,” which airs at 9 p.m. on Sundays.
Wow, talk about the “Teen Idol” trifecta for me! A few years ago I have a chance to meet David Cassidy, then interview Rick Springfield, now Donny Osmond! Did you know he has a major Baltimore connection? We talked about Dancing With The Stars, his sister Marie, his friendship with Michael Jackson and more. Listen to what he had to say…