Good read: They came to eat Baltimore's best things

March 15, 2012|By Richard Gorelick | The Baltimore Sun

Read this post on the It's Not Even Noon Somewhere blog. The bloggers, who go by the names Vodka and Ginger, have set out to eat all of the food featured on the Food Network show "The Best Thing I Ever Ate."

The account of their dining adventures in Baltimore is pretty hilarious. I was going to pick out some of their juicier obsrevations for you, but it's better to just go read it yourself, from bottom to top.

Their 24-hour, nine-stop culinary journey began with an early morning brisket sandwich at Edmart Deli in Pikesville and ended at Dangerously Delicious Pies, where they bought a slice of the Baltimore Bomb Pie, which is made out of Berger cookies. In between there were stops at Woodberry Kitchen, Golden West Cafe, Cafe Zen, Chaps Pit Beef, The Ambassador Dining Room, Pierpoint and Charleston.

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