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North Charles Street

6213 N. Charles Street
Baltimore MD 21212
410-377-8040
MON-SAT  7am-8pm
SUN  8am-7pm

FREE PARKING

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Roland Avenue

5113 Roland Avenue
Baltimore MD 21210
410-323-3656

MON-SAT  7am-7pm
SUN  8am-6pm

FREE PARKING

IN DEEPDENE GARAGE

 

 

 

Paper Bag Magic

‘Tis the season for giving! Whether you’re gearing up to visit family and friends or simply delivering a gift of gratitude to a neighbor’s doorstep, a hand-made touch can make the holidays even more special. 

Eddie's of Roland Park holiday paper grocery bag featuring artwork by Annie Howe Papercuts Baltimore artist

Local Holiday Highlights

“Supporting local, small family farms is the perfect way to embrace the true spirit of the holidays,” says Spike Gjerde.

Chef Spike Gjerde of Woodberry Kitchen

“To Market, To Market” Celebration

Join us as we kick off the holiday shopping season off with the release of our very own, limited edition jigsaw puzzle, available in-store beginning Monday, November 1:

Pride Month Collaboration

UPDATE: SOLD OUT—THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

Local hand-crafted ice creamery The Charmery has partnered with Eddie’s in-store bakery to produce “B-more Pride,” a limited-edition ice cream flavor celebrating Pride Month—available beginning June 11, 2021.

Cicada Mania

It’s a once-in-17-years kind of culinary inspiration, and our North Charles Street bakery has caught the bug, with their limited-time-only (and 100% free-of-insects) frosted Cicada Cupcakes ($2.99) 

Cicada Cupcake Brood X Baltimore

And they’re in good company with some of these other Cicada-inspired, regional culinary inventions: 

Local Spotlight: Hon’s Honey

Sourced in Maryland and bottled in Baltimore, we are proud to feature Hon’s Honey in the house-made granola and honey-balsamic carrots that appear in this year’s Spring Holiday Menu. But that’s not all—Hon’s Honey gifts, bath products and more now available in store!

CHARM CITY COOK: Thanksgiving sides, family favorites and new traditions

Sides. Even the word indicates an afterthought. Not at Thanksgiving. Nope. Sides can really be some of the best things of the entire meal. Give me turkey, though, I gotta have it. And, honestly, for me, Thanksgiving is really about traditions. Maybe your mom made the best candied yams or your uncle was the bird carver? For me, it’s about that dollop of sauerkraut (this is Baltimore, after all) to remind me of my sweet dad. He was the absolute best.

SIMON SAYS: CULINARY CONVERSATION PIECES

I don't know about you, but after hosting 25 Thanksgiving dinners, “help” isn’t necessarily wanted. So, when my out-of-town cousins offer to come early and lend a hand, I find it more helpful to have delicious decoys at the ready!

Here are a few fun and easy solutions to feed and entertain guests who arrive early—so you can maintain your carefully honed rhythm without losing a beat.

LOCAL, GREEN GROWING

Eating locally doesn’t get much better than Uccellini Aeroponics, whose cutting edge, custom-built, indoor aeroponic setup provides a year-round growing environment for gorgeous, “living lettuce” bouquets—cultivated in downtown Baltimore!

Founder/grower Dominic Uccellini explains that his pesticide and soil-free, vertically-stacked growing system uses a combination of LED light and nutrient-fortified, filtered water mist to produce hundreds of fully-grown living lettuce blooms, within a relatively small footprint, in under 10 weeks.

BE THE GUEST WITH THE BEST

 

As the old adage says, never show up to dinner empty-handed—however, special occasions like Passover deserve extra special attention. Here, events coordinator (and self-proclaimed dinner party diva) Amy Simon shares five hostess/host gift recommendations to bring along for Seder dinner:

 

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