On this week’s episode of “The Food Enthusiast,” Dara Bunjon checks in from home with some ways you can support your favorite restaurants and tips to prevent any extra fresh herbs from going to waste.
Local restaurants are doing curbside, carry-out, and delivery during this period of time when we are mostly homebound. Call your favorite restaurant and see what they are offering.
Little Italy restaurants have joined forces and created a website, Little Italy Delivers.
Craving some delicious sweets? Cake by Jason has your cupcakes covered.
For crab cakes and more, Chef Nancy Longo of Pierpoint Restaurant — known for her smoked crab cake — is doing curbside pickup.
Hankering for breakfast and brunch foods? Miss Shirley’s Cafes offer a multitude of delivery options.
And if you need some inspiration on what to fix for dinner, check out the Baltimore Supper Club on Facebook.
May your plates always remain full! See you next Thursday.
Catch a new episode of The Food Enthusiast every Thursday at 12:30 p.m. at facebook.com/jmoreliving.
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