Author Archives: Chris

Sir Kensington & The Gentlemen’s Lobster Roll

I love getting packages in the mail. Especially when it’s from the good brethren of the Sir Kensington camp. Now, if you’re unfamiliar with the Sir Kensington brand, keep in mind they aren’t just another condiment company, rather Rare Spice Merchants. Simply put, … Continue reading

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5 Reasons Why You Should Attend The American Craft Beer Fest

Since 2007, the Alström Brothers have been coordinating and running one of the premier beer festivals in the country, The American Craft Beer Fest. Every year the lineup of craft breweries seems to get larger, and so do the crowds. This past … Continue reading

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Taco Talk: Mijos Tacos Food Truck

I’m always looking for an excuse to be outside. Whether it’s to ball out on the court or pretending to be super productive on my laptop while sipping on an iced Red Eye, any reason to enjoy the warmer weather … Continue reading

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Bizarre Foods Baltimore & Chesapeake Bay – The Andrew Zimmern Quotables

This past Monday, we were treated to another episode of Bizarre Foods America as Andrew Zimmern tagged alongside many of the locals in the Baltimore and Chesapeake Bay area. The themes of the episode revolved around the long-standing roots and … Continue reading

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David Burke Prime Dishes Out Their Take on Brunch

Nationally renowned chef David Burke recently unveiled a new brunch menu at his Burke Prime Foxwoods location. After hearing the news, we decided to hop on 95 South to give some of their new dishes a try. Any mention of … Continue reading

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My Favorite Quentin Tarantino Food Scenes

There’s no denying Quentin Tarantino is one of the greatest directors of our time. His approach to filmmaking is what many would call unique, and if I could describe his movies in one word it’d be: Details. Tarantino’s mind is stocked with … Continue reading

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¡Holy Mole! Mexican Food Gold Mine at La Lupita

You ever get into one of those food moods where you’re eating nothing but Mac and Cheese or endless bowls of Captain Crunch? It’s like damn, I really like romaine lettuce today. Call it a binge or a food phase. … Continue reading

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