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Welcome to a collection of “good eats” for Baltimore Vegetarians and curious Omnivores. Each restaurant, café, food truck or general eatery is fairly local and filled with good vibes and a rad art scene. Tune in twice a month for a Beet Down on my new finds and old favorites.

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Local Comfort Food Couldn’t Be Any Cheddar

Attention all Mac and Cheese Enthusiast!!! I have found the cheesiest mac in the greater Baltimore area. Where? The Wood Fire Kitchen.

This quaint log cabin style pizzeria is located across from Hereford High and features and array of unique pizzas, burgers (veggie included), and Homestyle comfort food. Its incredible spread makes it a great stop for you and your carnivorous loved ones.

I enjoyed their classic bean burger and of course a side of mac and cheese. The bean burger is unique in the fact they are hand made with 3 types of beans and seasoned with lemon and locally sourced herbs. Warning, this one is a crumbler, but the flavor is worth diving in with fork. Many of the ingredients in the meals are also locally sourced and their chicken (for our friendly neighborhood omnivores) is 100% hormone free.

Ok, so when I said the cheesiest, I truly mean it. Each bite is followed by end an endless trail of ooey gooey golden goodness, causing you to roll it around your fork like spaghetti, or sloppily shovel it in and deal with the cheesy chin aftermath with a grin. I personal prefer the latter, but either way it’s incredible.

The wooden pizzeria is ambient lit with industrial farm lights and smells of freshly baked pizza dough and pine making it feel like your dream vacation home in the Finger Lakes. The walls exhibit local Hereford artists including students from Hereford High, making it a great outlet and lunch spot alike. The mediums range from photographs to mosaics, but a rustic themed and a for sale tag.
So if you’re in the mood for classic comfort food, or in the market for rural art, stop by Wood Fire Kitchen for the best of both.

Address: 17114 York Rd, Parkton, MD 21120

Cassie Kansak 17′ || Art Editor-in-Chief

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