Catonsville Gourmet Facebook Video Contest!
Have you been wanting to tell the world how much you love Catonsville Gourmet? Now’s your chance to do so in our Catonsville Gourmet Facebook Video Contest! Not only that, but the contest winners will claim prizes including gift cards… Read More
Sushi Etiquette in Japan
One of the things that sushi newcomers are always unsure about is sushi etiquette. Should you eat it with your hands or with chopsticks? Should you mix wasabi in the soy sauce? How much wasabi is too much? Here in… Read More
The Science of Sushi: New Research Gives Insight into “Wasabi Receptor”
Anyone who is a fan of sushi is well-acquainted with the brief but strong burning sensation that comes when you get a little too much wasabi on the tongue. Scientists have known for about a decade now that wasabi activates… Read More
Crab Season Begins, Oyster Season Extends in Maryland
The moment countless Marylanders wait for every year is finally here. Blue crab season has begun in Maryland! Commercial crabbers can now begin harvesting blue crabs in the Chesapeake Bay. However, water temperatures are still a little too cold for… Read More
Tax Day Eve April Wine Dinner with The Wine Bin
Join us for a Tax Day Eve Wine Dinner with The Wine Bin on April 14th! Celebrate the completion of tax season with a delicious 5-course meal. Plus, join us in welcoming special guest Claudio Viberti, from Viberti vineyards in… Read More
Easter Breakfast and Easter Dinner Reservations in Catonsville
Easter falls on Sunday April 5th this year. Have you made your reservations for Easter breakfast or Easter Dinner in Catonsville yet? If not, now’s the perfect time to do so!
What’s Going On This Spring at Catonsville Gourmet?
Spring is in the air here in Catonsville, and we’re more than ready to say goodbye to the cold and hello to warmth! We’re also very excited about the many events we have coming up this spring. Learn more about… Read More
Oyster Recovery in the Chesapeake Bay
There was a time when nearly half of the oysters consumed in the world came from the Chesapeake Bay. The Algonquin Native Americans who lived in the area called the bay “chesepiook” which means “great shellfish bay.” As the largest… Read More
Join Us for Chef Rob’s Irish Cooking Class!
Can you believe that February’s almost over? It won’t be long until Daylight Savings returns, the first day of spring, and of course, St. Patrick’s Day! This year, we’re marking the holiday (a day early) with a celebration of the… Read More
Buck-a-Shuck Oyster Nights in Catonsville
Craving oysters? We’ve got them here at Catonsville Gourmet, and we’ve made it even easier to try new, delicious oysters every week. We recently expanded our buck-a-shuck oyster night to two nights a week. Now you can join us on… Read More