how to create a chowhound, Baltimore version
I recently had a conversation with a friend in which they revealed that dinner just isn't that importnt to them and they often resort to mac n'cheese. Shocked and appalled, I started to think. . . where could I take this person to convince them to become a foodie. So the question for the panel is: If you had to take a friend who just doesn't quite get the whole food thing to one place in Baltimore to show them the light, where would it be?
Definitely Lexington Market since you may as well start them out with local delicacies. I'd start with some fried chicken at Park's, or a shrimp salad sandwich at Mary Mervis deli. Of course, a lump crab cake and Faidley's, and a Berger cookie for dessert.
(I've had loads of guests this summer, and this has been my standard 'food tour!')
I'm interested to see what others come up with too!
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Folks, pardon the interruption, but please limit your responses to helping pagoda girl identify places in Baltimore. We've removed some posts about how to convert someone to a chowhound generally.
Sunday farmers market!
It will hopefully become a relatively regular ritual with my SO and me, and the people, produce, stands, etc are fabulous.
But if I had to feed them...I'd force them to eat the bacon apple pancakes at blue moon. They're too good and very dangerous. I heart them. I like their coffee there, too (and I know it gets mixed reviews here).