5 Cheap-Eat Places in Baltimore! Enjoy Your Meal!

Baltimore is a popular city for tourists. People come here in business as well as for pleasure. Have you ever been to Baltimore? If so, you should know that it is impossible to travel through the city without a car. Enterprise rental car on Security Blvd can help you with a car. The second thing you might know about Baltimore is their traditional cuisine. Of course, people in Baltimore eat American food. Locals go crazy about crab cakes. When the new restaurant opens, they include a crab cake in the menu. Otherwise, people will ignore this restaurant. Nevertheless, there are many more interesting dishes you should try and places to stop for dinner and eat something different than a crab cake.

What are they?

Want More Than Just a Crab Cake? 

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  1. Tortilleria Sinaloa

What do you think *tortilleria* mean? This means you should come here to learn everything about fresh tortillas prepared right here. They are soft, aromatic, and very thin. If you want to taste something more than just a polenta cake, you can try chorizo plate and pick tortillas based on your own preferences. There is one more thing…the restaurant is very small, no more than eight seats, so you will probably ask for a take-away dish.

  1. Helmand Kabobi

This restaurant is one of the most respectable places in the city. This is an island of Asian cuisine in the heart of Baltimore. You can eat in the restaurant or take some food with you to dine in the hotel room or somewhere in the park. What is the most popular dish here? It’s kabuli pallow from Afghan cooking. This is a unique combination of different tastes, sweet lamb meet, rice, raisins and carrots. Also, you should taste kaddo borani, a kind of light appetizer made of baby pumpkin drizzled with addition of piquant garlic-yogurt sauce. The name of the dish can tell you nothing. That’s why it is better to read the menu carefully. The restaurant is open till the late evening.
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Belgian Beet Rock Sugar & Himalayan Salt Stone Set

all natural sugar

Belgian Beet Rock Sugar

Ideal for sweetening tea or coffee, The SugarLab’s Beet Sugar is authentic Belgian brown rock sugar made popular in tea shops by Teavana. Distinctively packaged in an apothecary jar, this all natural rock sugar is gluten-free, Kosher and non GMO.

Made from sugar beets instead of sugarcane,the rock crystals get their brown colors from the natural presence of molasses.
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Sun Chlorella – multiple ways to take this super-supplement

Looking for a health boost? Feeling a little drag, sluggish, or maybe you have decided to finally  get serious about your health (who hasn’t made that promise to themselves?) and want to find the best supplements to help you on your way.

As you may or may not know, a new algae has overtaken spirulina, and it’s called chlorella.  This nutrient-packed supplement is full of health benefits, so it’s no wonder so many people are making it a part of their daily routine.  There’s only one problem: chlorella’s outer shell makes it virtually impossible for people to digest it.  Now, Sun Chlorella, a premier provider of chlorella supplements for almost 50 years, has created a 90% pulverized cell wall, making it significantly more digestible than any other brand on the market. 

As a result, Sun Chlorella’s supplements can:

  • Support your body’s natural defense system
  • Support proper digestion
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How to catch and cook scallops

 

The following is a guest post. The opinions and writing are those of the author.

If you live near coastal areas, fishing is not much more interesting for your own food and it enjoys skilling. Very rich in tryptophan and protein, sculptures you know you eat something that will give you a good amount of essential amino acids that your body needs. Scallops are very beautiful and pleasant and have fun and exciting experience in catching their hands.

Read and search learn the rules

Each state has its own governors for how many scallops you can take. In some states, you need a saltwater fishing license before going to Scooby. In some states, you can buy a fun fishing license, so it should not be a problem.

Next, you can take home how much scallops are available. Usually, each person is allowed to take only two gallons. If scripts are already cleaned or removed from the shell, each individual can only take one paint home. In some states, only 10 gallons or boat scales in every boat are half gallons.

Learn how to study before catching

Actually, you only need masks, diving, and net bags. The challenge comes with boat. You definitely need a boat to take a deep part of the ocean. You do not have to go away. Sculptures are generally found in areas where grass is. The best time for the skull is during the afternoon when the sun is up. You can also find scoops in potato water.
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4 Fun & Creative Ways to Eat Beef Jerky

To most people, jerky is just a grab and go snack, something you eat quickly without much thought of presentation, plating or any of the fancy stuff. But what if I told you that you could elevate humble beef jerky. What if I told you that you can turn it into an ingredient worthy of gourmet meal, or at least something a lot more thought that you could whip up on date night perhaps?

 

It’s time to forget everything you know about jerky and start seeing it in a different light, start seeing it as an ingredient with a lot of potential. It can bring some much needed flavor to a meal, add a little crunch or just take an otherwise normal meal to a higher level. So if you want to take your meals up a notch with an ingredient that you might have been underestimating, this blog will give you some ideas you can add to your recipe list.

 

In Salads

 

Let’s face it, when you’re trying to eat more greens, salad can get really boring, really quickly. This is why we add things like feta cheese and croutons to it. Jerky is also another addition you can make to your salad. You can grate it into the leafy greens to add some salty flavour. It will elevate a boring old salad into a five-star dish.
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Butternut Squash and Kale Soup

butternut soup

This soup makes the perfect vegetable side dish—it’s packed with nutritious vegetables and healthy carbohydrates from the butternut squash and other veggies!

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 35 minutes
Serves: 4
Serving Size: 1 cup

Ingredients:
1 large sweet onion, cut into wedges
4 cups cubed butternut squash (about 3/4-inch cubes)
1 Tbsp olive oil
Freshly ground black pepper, to taste
1 tsp dried thyme
1 (14.5-oz) can low-sodium chicken broth
3/4 cup water
3 cups chopped kale

Directions:
1. Preheat oven to 425°F.

2. Line a large baking pan with aluminum foil and spread onion and squash over foil in a single layer. Drizzle vegetables with olive oil and toss lightly to coat; then season with pepper and thyme. Place in oven and bake for 30–35 minutes, or until vegetables are cooked through and starting to brown. Note: Take vegetables out at least once in the middle of cooking to stir.
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RUMI’S JHAL GOSHT (BEEF OR LAMB CURRY)

home made indian food
Ingredients
3 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 large onion, coarsely chopped
Curry spices (see below)
1 1/2 pounds lamb or beef stew meat
1 cup yogurt
1 tablespoon tomato paste
2 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro (stems and leaves)
CURRY INGREDIENTS
1 to 2 teaspoons cayenne pepper or red pepper flakes (depending on heat tolerance)
1 jalapeño pepper, chopped (seed and devein pepper to moderate heat)
1 teaspoon ground coriander
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1 teaspoon ground turmeric
3 to 4 cloves garlic, finely chopped
2 teaspoons finely chopped ginger
1 teaspoon paprika
1 teaspoon each kosher salt and sugar
2 bay leaves
2 to 3 green or black cardamom pods, cracked open

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Fall Flavors

New fall flavors from some of our favorite brands are here. Anyone who knows me will tell you that I am a sucker for “seasonal flavors”- I’m not sure if it’s because I know I can only have them once a year, or that it’s because it enhances the season for me in some way, but I really look forward to and enjoy the flavor changes that come seasonally.

If you are in the mood for chocoloate, Godiva has some fun options, including the NEW GODIVA Limited-Edition Milk Chocolate Pumpkin Spice G CUBE.  These square boxes are full of individually wrapped GODIVA truffles, in the festive “pumpkin spice” flavor that so many people look forward to- or look forward to making fun of, while they consume it in secret. Haters. Want to get a few boxes? Besides pumpkin spice (which is delightful) you can also get  Dark Chocolate Vanilla, White Chocolate Coffee, Dark Chocolate Mint, and other options. $11.95 for a 22 piece box.  You can also get a Signature GODIVA Pumpkin Spice Truffle Flight which is super cute- truffles wrapped to look like little pumpkins. $15.00 for a 5 piece set.

pumpkin spice

For an indulgent yogurt, good enough to be a dessert, try NEW noosa Pumpkin Spice MatesThese new (made in limited batch) pumpkin spice noosa mates are made with noosa’s signature rich and creamy yoghurt, with real pumpkin and spices, then topped with Purely Elizabeth brand granola, white chocolate chips and pumpkin seeds. It’s noosa’s take on a fall classic, and it’s fantastic. The kids love it, and so do mom and dad. The textures are a delight, and the flavors are perfect. You will find yourself scraping the cup for the last bits. $2.49 retail price, product finder on noosayoghurt.com.
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