Feed the Scene

FTS_logoFeed the Scene is doing more than just feeding touring D.I.Y. punk and hard core bands and giving them a place to crash.  They are feeding the scene figuratively, making it easier to attract more bands to the Baltimore area.

Listen to the story below and check out Feed the Scene’s website to find out more.

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Here are a couple of go to recipe’s that Rachel Taft, the operator of Feed the Scene, uses to give the bands the energy they need to give Baltimore a great performance.

Recipe: Spicy Roasted Asparagus with Citrus
1-2 Bunches Asparagus
Garlic Powder
Kosher Salt
Ground Pepper
Red Pepper Flakes
Lemon Juice
Pre-heat oven to 425
Cover a cookie sheet with tin foil. Wash and trim the ends off the asparagus and lay in a row on the cookie sheet. Drizzle with olive oil then sprinkle with salt, pepper, garlic powder and red pepper flakes. Then squeeze lemon juice over the asparagus and put them in the oven for 12-15 minutes. Remove and serve.  Covering the sheet with tin foil keeps the lemon juice from baking on to the pan and makes clean up easier, and make sure the foil is shiny side down.
Quick No-Fuss Salmon
Salmon Fillets
2 Tbsp Butter
Lemon Juice
Dried Dill
Salt & Pepper
Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees
Put salmon fillets in a buttered (or cooking sprayed) glass dish. Squeeze the juice of half a lemon over each fillet. Season with salt, pepper, and a light dusting of Dried Dill. Cut the butter into small pieces and lay them across the top of each fillet. Put into the oven for 12-15 minutes. When fish flakes easily, it’s done. This can be served over brown or white rice and paired with the asparagus.

Also, check out This is Your Life, the Richmond based band that was staying at Feed the Scene in Highlandtown while we were there.

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