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Lexington Food Market in Baltimore


Lexington Market in Baltimore has just about everything a food lover would want including these pig ears at a Butchers stall. See the short documentary below on a eatery that has made a living off of selling great pig ear sandwiches

One of the iconic food spots in Baltimore is Lexington. The largest running market in the world, the founders of Lexington Market started the place in 1782 with land that Revolutionary war hero John Eager Howard donated—thus the name Lexington Market. Its founders envisioned a space for farmers to sell produce, diary, meat, and poultry from in places like Towson and other parts of Baltimore County.

Baltimore Foodways and Recipes: http://www.foodasalens.com/search?q=Baltimore+Foodways

Market Series with Recipes: http://www.foodasalens.com/search?q=Markets


Big Ear Sandwich: [Watch Now] http://www.southernfoodways.com/documentary/film/smoke_ears.html

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Food Markets in 1940s Chicago