For Baltimore food entrepreneurs, farmers’ markets serve as launching pad for permanent shops

Latest News: For Baltimore food entrepreneurs, farmers’ markets serve as launching pad for permanent shops

Nikhil “Nick” Yesupriya remembers exactly what he ate the first time he visited Blacksauce Kitchen at the Baltimore Farmers’ Market and Bazaar: braised pear on a biscuit with the sage on top.

“That just blew me away,” he said.

Still in college at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, Yesupriya…

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