When consumers think Maryland, they think crab, not wine. Maryland's wine industry, while not a powerhouse in the world of vino, has seen tremendous growth over the past decade and the state has the potential to become a major center of wine production in time.
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It's just about that time of year when restaurant hostesses stop asking, "Would you like to sit inside or outside?" But before you settle for the two-top by the bathroom, know that you still have outdoor options.
Scott Greenberg, syndicated wine columnist
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Webb and her family raise heritage turkeys on the farm her father purchased in 1999 in Sparks, Md., just north of Baltimore.
Beer isn't exactly known for its healthful properties, but some options are worse than others when it comes to calorie counts.
Decades-old styrofoam continues to blight the Anacostia River and now the District is considering a ban on the ubiquitous foamy plastic.
A recent report found Maryland ranked 5th in the country with the amount of local, healthy food being served in public schools around the state.
Upscale food retailer Dean & DeLuca will begin selling fresh doughnuts from Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken.
Autopsy of chef Charlie Trotter finds no foul play or trauma, more tests planned
Medical examiner says cause of death for acclaimed chef Charlie Trotter could take 2 months
Md. inmates preparing 300 turkeys for annual Thanksgiving charity dinner in Baltimore