Archive | October, 2010

a visual feast

When I was younger, one of the may things that I wanted to do was be a food stylist.  Needless to say I never really pursued it, and went in other directions.  I just stumbled across What Katie Ate and am in love.  I have literally lost hours devouring her site and am sure that there are still more to go.

glorious cheese from The Gourmet Grocer

If you have a few moments, or hours,  you should take a look!

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yummy in my tummy

One of my favorite things in life is a great breakfast.  My favorite place to go in Baltimore is Woodberry Kitchen. They focus on local, sustainable food, and have the best cocktails in the city.  Starting October 23rd they will be offering Saturday brunch, just in time for my birthday!  Be sure to have the bloody mary, it will be life changing.

They also happen to be hosting Becket Hitch on November 13th.  So come for the market and stay for some food!

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introducing becket hitch

Becket Hitch, a handmade market, at Woodberry Kitchen is a boutique pop up shop in Baltimore, Maryland. It is the collaborative effort of myself, and my very talented friend Katie McDonough Kutil. We have both been avid makers for years, and after attending, and participating in craft shows around the country we saw a need for a different kind of show. We developed Becket Hitch to be an intimate curated market of artisans offering handcrafted products with an emphasis on high quality and great design. The mission was to redefine the current perception of craft by aiming to bring back the craftsman, the designer, the maker.

The market will be Saturday, November 13th from 10am – 3pm at Woodberry Kitchen. We hope that you will be able to join us.

For more information visit

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