Baltimore: In John Waters' Footsteps
Baltimore kitchen, Saturday morning
Baltimore Inner Harbor, off-season
Three dollars buys a lot of fried chicken gizzards at Lexington Avenue Market.
Hampden -- the quintessential John Waters Baltimore nabe
Faidley's Seafood at Lexington Market
Omelet making under I-83 at the Baltimore Farmers' Market
Washington Monument from the Pecker perspective
Hunan Szechuan Restaurant and Himalayan Groceries in Loch Raven
Making pit beef sandwiches, Baltimore Farmers' Market
Faidley's crab cake, Lexington Market
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