Ravens’ Rice Promotes Breakfast at Local School

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice visited Hilltop Elementary School to promote eating breakfast and staying fit.

Baltimore Berger Cookies Could Change or Disappear with Trans Fat Ban

Bakery owner said they would attempt to change the recipe or “go out of business”

Inmates Help Feed the Less Fortunate

Bernie Fowler Jr., a Southern Maryland builder and farmer, is giving some pre-release inmates a second chance by helping them help needy people.

Maryland Wine Industry Sees Tremendous Growth Over Past Decade

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, experts said.

Maryland Food Stamp Recipients, Organizations, Scramble Under Shadow of Benefit Cuts

The expiration of the 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act puts Maryland food stamp recipients at risk of losing a portion of their benefits.

Maryland Holds National Food Day Events Across the State

Nearly 100 events are taking place Thursday in Maryland to celebrate national Food Day, a movement to promote healthy, affordable and sustainable food.

Battledish DC: An International Cook-Off

Washington’s most popular chefs recently competed in a delicious competition–Battledish DC–to determine which one should be crowned king of the region.