Friday, October 15, 2010

Calling All Baltimore Foodie Friends!

Have YOU ever wanted to be a food critic? Well here's your chance! Baltimore Magazine is having it's first ever dining-review contest. The contest is to find three restaurant critics to help Suzanne Loudermilk, senior food editor, review restaurants for the magazine’s annual Best Restaurants issue. The contest goes until Oct. 27. CLICK HERE for more info and to enter!

A few details:
To be selected as one of three winners, contest participants should write a review of their favorite Baltimore area restaurant in 150 words or less. The entries will be judged by Suzanne based on creativity, writing style, and food knowledge. The only rules are as follows:

  • You must be 21 years or older to participate.
  • Only ONE entry is allowed per person.
  • Your work must be original and not more than 150 words.
  • Baltimore magazine staff and family members, professional chefs and restaurateurs, food bloggers (we are not allowed to enter-- major bummer!!), and paid and published reviewers are not eligible to participate.

Hope one of our clever, funny, and discriminating readers ends up winning this thing. Will you tell us what its like to be FAMOUS??

More posts coming soon (pick your jaw up off the floor, thanks),

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

STL Eats: Gateway to Deliciousness, Pt. 1

by EP

As some of you may know, I spent four great years in St. Louis for college, and really loved my time there. Granted, I spent much of it on campus or in the immediate vicinity. There may or may not have been a few adventures to Illinois for some country line dancing (hello, Wild Country!) our senior year, but otherwise we lived in what was known as the “Wash U bubble.”
I revisited St. Louis in 2006 but that was pre-blog so I have no idea what we ate (except I do remember going to Jimmy John’s TWICE for some reason). A few weeks ago, I made my triumphant return with camera and a LONG list of places to eat in hand.

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