Meet the Editor


Jane Marion

Jane Marion is the food and dining editor for Baltimore, where she has worked since 2000, covering food, wellness, beauty, and home and garden. Previously, she was an entertainment editor at TV Guide, where she also wrote a cooking column called "Celebrity Dish." Additionally, she is a former columnist for Philadelphia Magazine and contributed to Entertainment Weekly.


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In Good Taste

Chef Andy Thomas Puts His Own Spin on Pub Fare at The Tilted Row

Local industry veteran shares journey to the Middle Eastern-influenced restaurant in Bolton Hill.

Food & Drink

On The Market

Broadway Market gets a makeover.

In Good Taste

Larder Chef Helena del Pesco Talks Intersection Between Food and Art

Trading San Francisco Bay for the Chesapeake Bay, the chef makes her mark in Old Goucher.

In Good Taste

Chef Brian Plante of Rye Street Tavern is Embracing Baltimore

The New England-born chef talks tough jobs, culinary school, and cracking crabs for the first time.

Food & Drink

Clean Start

Ashish Alfred is a recovered drug user—and one of the most talented chefs to join the scene this year.

Food & Drink

Flying Solo

Amy Gjerde ventures out on her own.

In Good Taste

Alexander Brown Restaurant Chef Talks About Returning Home

Chef Andrew Fontaine discusses Baltimore’s potential to be an “unbelievable food city.”

In Good Taste

Elan Kotz Talks About Latest Dining Venture Orto

We talk to the restauranteur about his new Italian-inspired spot in Station North.

In Good Taste

Chefs Dave Thomas and Johntay Bedingfield Chat About Winning Chopped

Two Baltimore chefs put Charm City on The Food Network map with recent well-deserved wins.

In Good Taste

My Favorite Baltimore Bites of 2018

This year was all about trying global cuisine—without having to leave town.

In Good Taste

Sacré Sucré Owners Bake Macarons That Taste As Good As They Look

Co-owners Manuel Sanchez and Dane Thibodeaux discuss the sweet story behind their Fells Point shop.

In Good Taste

Donna's Cafe To Close in The Village of Cross Keys

The beloved restaurant serves its final meal this Sunday.

The Chatter

Steve Geppi Unveils Collection at Library of Congress For the First Time

Baltimore magazine publisher offers a preview of rare comic art that goes on display next week.

In Good Taste

Jerry Pellegrino Expands His Cooking School Schola

The chef chats about cooking, the Baltimore food scene, and molecular biology.

In Good Taste

Chef Chris Amendola Lays Down Roots at Foraged in Hampden

The chef talks about finding food in the woods and having a space to call his own.

The Chatter

Actor Željko Ivanek Hosts 35th Anniversary NAMI Event

The Emmy Award-winner makes his first extended stay in Baltimore since leaving Homicide: Life on the Street.

In Good Taste

Parts & Labor Closing This Week in Remington

Spike Gjerde and Corey Polyoka discuss the economic and cultural challenges of whole animal butchery.

In Good Taste

Why the Service Industry is Hard on Your Mental Health

Working in restaurant kitchens and bars can be hazardous, but there’s also hope on the horizon.

In Good Taste

Young Foodie Nolan Morrison Appears in David Chang Video

It's 15 minutes of fame for a Govans fourth-grader.

In Good Taste

Restauranteur Andy Gruver Starts His Own Design Firm

The Fork & Wrench and Modern Cook Shop owner starts a new chapter in his life.

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