A hearty and spicy dip that will score well with Big Game enthusiasts.
Burrata is a fresh Italian cheese made from mozzarella filled with cream.
The buttery taste of creamy burrata bursts to life alongside roasted red and green grapes that can be marinated up to a day ahead.
This recipe is super easy with the help of Eddie's rotisserie chicken.
This delicious Thai appetizer can be prepared mild or extra spicy.
Cozy up to a mug of this warm spiced wine, simmered with brandy and Cointreau.
Eddie’s famous crab dip makes this recipe a cinch to prepare—and perfect fare for plotting your spring trip to the bay!
A winning combination of earthy mushrooms and tangy goat cheese—perfect for game day entertaining.
Entertain your guests with this smorgasbord-of-an-appetizer featuring our scratch-made butternut squash bisque. Set up your “bisque bar” with an array of tempting gourmet toppings, including your own do-it-yourself candied bacon.
Fun-filled, versatile, and a cinch to throw together, the hardest thing about fondue is remembering NOT to double dip!
Both literally and figuratively "cheesy," this inherently social throwback has been a mainstay of dinner parties, sleepovers, and girls' nights in since the mid-20th century. Fun-filled, versatile, and a cinch to throw together, the hardest thing about fondue is remembering NOT to double dip!
An elegant appetizer for two, served in martini glasses.
Apples, Gruyère and caramelized onion are the perfect marriage for this fall appetizer.
An interesting addition to an antipasto and a unique way to top a salad.
A delicious appetizer or side dish, featuring colorful heirloom tomatoes with a fresh herbal finish.
This colorful Israeli inspired charoses is composed with pistachios, dried apricots and golden raisins to give a glistening "jewel" effect.
A very basic recipe with fun variations to make it your own.
An easy, delicious "go-with" for any meal featuring local, ripe tomatoes, crusty ciabatta bread and coarse heirloom salt.
They say knowing when to “green and berry it” is the secret ingredient to a strong relationship, so watch the sparks fly when you prepare (and enjoy) this healthy dish together.
A festive do-ahead appetizer for summertime entertaining.
Roasted pears, Serrano ham, toasted hazelnuts and Maytag blue cheese make this recipe perfect for fall entertaining.
Warm chevre medallions and crisp Granny Smith apples add wonderful texture to this fall salad.
A cheesy, comforting one-dish meal.
A flavorful and fragrant dish to brighten chilly days.
Serve with roasted root vegetables or garlic herb potatoes and sourdough boule for quintessential comfort cuisine.
Easy to prepare and comforting to the palate.
An easy, do-ahead brunch casserole.
The smoky, subtle flavor of bourbon in the sauce is perfect slathered on baby back ribs.
A colorful example of cold-weather comfort food.
The perfect dish for a cool, autumn evening.
Also known as baby broccoli, this subtly sweet, yet peppery, hybrid of broccoli and Chinese kale should not be confused with its bitter and nutty friend, broccoli rabe.
Our Caesar dressing makes this main dish salad a cinch.
Tart, sweet, satisfying and delicious.
A delicious and easy way to impart the unique, sweet and smoky flavor of cedar.
Combine Eddie's in-house ground beef with made-in-Maryland sauce and toppings for a chili that beams of local pride!
A cazuela is a Spanish-style clay or metal cooking pot, perfect for "one pot" suppers.
A great do-ahead dish that has dinner party elegance.
Bright, flavorful and "dinner party worthy".
This easy marinade adds a bright, citrusy flavor to seafood in minutes.
A scrumptious combination of "the best of" Thanksgiving... that can be made almost entirely from leftovers!
An easy and elegant autumn entree.
Flavors of the Far East enhance traditional barbecue sauce for a sensational basting sauce for swordfish.
A comforting dish that is simple to prepare.
So easy, so comforting!
The perfect deliciously, lazy Sunday brunch.
This rub adds true "steakhouse" quality to beef.
This sauce, common to Argentina, is as versatile as it is delicious.
A great do-ahead recipe that is perfect for tailgating.
The combination of ginger, honey and garlic in the marinade adds a boost of flavor to center-cut pork chops.
These burgers are packed with flavor inside and out.
A zesty shrimp dish with the accented with creamy feta cheese.
A simple recipe that is full of fresh, herbal flavors.
Serve with our Marinated Artichoke Salad for a taste of the Mediterranean.
The combination of smoky cedar with thick, flaky rockfish sends these tacos over the top.
According to Bon Appetit, shrimp can take on the flavors of a bright marinade in minutes, which makes it a great choice for last-minute grilling.
A Cajun twist to this Maryland tradition.
This Mediterranean fish makes a real culinary splash when grilled and presented whole.
Fresh rosemary and thyme are the perfect marriage with lamb. The red wine reduction adds an elegant finishing sauce.
A delicious dish that's great for family dinner or Game Day entertaining.
Our unique take on the classic Salade Nicoise using quail eggs, sliced avocado and sugar snap peas.
This sweet, yet savory, cherry glaze, with the subtle flavor of rosemary, is used for roasting the duck and dressing the salad.
Marinating the lamb in yogurt and spices adds tenderness and depth of flavor to this easy entree.
This marinade is excellent on chicken, too.
Our grill-ready marinated chicken breasts make this salad a cinch.
So simple, yet so flavorful.
A light, healthy dish that is bursting with fresh flavors.
Unsweetened chocolate adds delicious depth of flavor and rich color to this comforting recipe.
Exotic, delicious and super easy.
The flavors of mustard, orange and maple enhance fresh salmon in this delicious recipe.
A super easy dish that is perfect for entertaining.
Fresh flavors to welcome spring.
Pistachios and panko add a unique flavor and "crunch" to fresh cod filets.
A delicious and vibrant, do-ahead, sauce that can be used on all types of seafood.
A simply roasted turkey recipe, glazed with rosemary-infused butter.
An easy, colorful dish that celebrates springtime.
“Not only do we like it—our kids love it,” explain husband and wife duo Maricel Sebree (Front End, Roland Avenue) and Steve Sebree (Grocery/Frozen, North Charles Street), who often prepare this favorite dish together.
An easy version of a breakfast dish popular in the Middle East and North Africa.
Layers of flavor in this easy one-pan supper.
One pan and one complete dinner of Maple Balsamic Roasted Salmon, on a bed of butternut squash and Brussels sprouts.
A tropical, summertime salad that takes minutes to prepare.
This heart-healthy stir-fry is a breeze to whip together. Just make sure you have all your ingredients prepped before you begin—once the pot is hot, things will move quickly!
The combination of fresh garlic, rosemary and lemon makes this dish simply delicious.
A fast, easy and healthy summertime entree.
Use Thanksgiving leftovers to curb midnight munchies by preparing mini tacos—full of flavor and crunch!
This zesty, hearty gumbo is a fantastic way to rejuvinate turkey left over from the big feast.
This bright, citrusy dressing works best poured over a simple tossed salad of mixed greens, crumbled goat cheese and toasted nuts.
The absolute best combination for a fall side dish.
A colorful and nutritious all-vegetable salad resembling couscous.
This crowd-pleasing stuffing boasts all the favorite flavors that go with the holiday season.
A mayo-free potato salad, tossed with a colorful combination of diced bell peppers and red onion to resemble confetti.
The flavors and colors of this grilled salad work deliciously well together.
An easy, rustic preparation that is perfect for casual entertaining.
Another easy and delicious way to use Eddie's Caesar dressing.
Warm your soul with this Northern India inspired side dish.
Welcome spring with this easy but flavorful side dish.
A dynamic and delicious presentation.
So delicious ... nutty, earthy and sweet all in one.
An easy and colorful vegan recipe that lends itself to creative and flavorful variations.
Veggie noodles are a low-carb, healthy alternative to pasta. This recipe using green and yellow squash noodles is light, colorful and delicious.
Eddie's bulk sage sausage is the key to this amazing stuffing.
Sweet and citrusy, this salad is as beautiful as it is simple to prepare.
The easiest, best-tasting applesauce you’ve ever had.
A tart, sweet and spicy side dish.
This bright side—fragrant with fresh herbs and accented with crunchy pistachios and tart, pomegranate arils—will complement most any main dish.
Smoky and sweet with a little spice. The perfect match with turkey or ham.
Creamy, spicy, cheesy... The best grilled corn ever.
A versatile salad that you can "dress up" or "dress down."
Raw asparagus and a hint of truffle-flavored oil gives this salad an epicurean edge.
Cool and refreshing. Perfect for al fresco dining.
Layers of flavor in this easy warm-weather dessert.
Its all about blueberries with this easy summertime dessert.
This is one of the most requested recipes at The New York Times. It uses Italian prune plums, available briefly from late August to mid-September.
Try this delicious dessert using local peaches.
A wholesome treat for lunch at school or work.
A comfy autumn dessert that is easy to serve through the holidays.
Summery, sweet, juicy and delicious.
For chocolate lovers only.
Originally created by the bar staff at Baltimore’s Emerson Hotel, there have been many variations over the decades—this rendition comes from David Solmonson, co-editor of 12bottlebar.com and co-author of The 12 Bottle Bar cocktail guide.
A refreshing twist on the classic Paloma cocktail.
A twist on the traditional, using tequila instead of vodka.
Change up your Cosmo with sparkling wine in place of vodka.
Fresh sage provides a nice counterpoint to the sweetness of cassis in this cocktail.
Wow the crowd and add fizz-azz to sparkling waters with these home-made syrups using fresh ingredients.
This warm and cozy riff on a classic White Russian brings a rich, welcome “wintry mix” to your snow day entertaining.
A light cocktail that's perfect for summer sipping.
The edible hibiscus flower is the piece de resistance with this cocktail.