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The Taste: The Point Crab House and Grill

The Point Crab House and Grill shares a stellar recipe with us for the summer season -- Poached Shrimp with Potato Latkes, Avocado, Cucumber, and Lemon Champagne Vinaigrette

The Taste: BAROAK in Annapolis delivers a divine muscle recipe

At the festive grand opening of Baroak Cookhouse & Tap Room last year, owner Ted Folkman was the center of attention.

The Taste: The Main Ingredient in Annapolis

We speak with Evie Turner, Vice President of Main Ingredient Catering, Cafe and Bakery.

The Taste: Two Tree Restaurant

As an avid conversationalist, scientist and writer, Dennis Hager tells us quite a fascinating “behind the scenes” story of his Two Tree Restaurant in Millington.

The Taste: Miss Shirley’s in Annapolis Delivers a Dynamic Recipe for French Toast

The Coconut Cream Stuffed French Toast has been a hot item on Miss Shirley’s menu during Chef Brigitte’s reign.

The Taste: Charlie Priola shares his family vision for Charlie’s Bar at Mangia

Charlie’s Bar has been a local staple since 1997, recreating a good bit of the experience from a few restaurants the Priola family has owned in Annapolis.

The Taste: Jerry Hardesty, owner of O'Brien's Steakhouse in Annapolis, offers insider perspective on his establishment and shares a dynamite recipe for bone-in pork chops

The rich, red painted brick structure resting at 113 Main Street in downtown Annapolis comes with a long and colorful history.

The Taste: Stan and Joe’s Saloon offers fun food, great music, and camaraderie

Stan & Joe’s, a.k.a. the “Mothership,” saloon and pub stands as an Annapolis rendition of “Cheers” on West Street in the lively historic district.

The Taste: Beer is Our Soul -- Interview with the Gordon Biersch Brew Master

You know someone is busy when it takes two weeks to get an appointment! That was the challenge to speak with the brew master of the only Annapolis-made beer.

The Taste: Interview with Café Mezzanotte’s Owner/Chef, Kosmas “Tommie” Koukoulis

The lush vegetables were the focal point for photography, conversation, and dining.