15th Annual Small Foods Party

The crowd was large. The offerings small…which was the whole appeal of the event…and why the Moveable Feast fundraiser sells out within hours every year.

Folks browsed dozens of mini-buffets of filled miniature versions of all sorts of food items, and marveled at the creativity of both the edibles and how they were displayed…and voting on their favorites.
Pictured (LtoR) Mickey Dehn, Anne Arundel Community College professor/event co-organizer; Kaytin Matrangola, Loyola University Maryland student; and Caleb Renfroe, Loyola University Maryland student
Pictured (LtoR) Barbara Wilgus and Autumn Breaud, event co-organizers
Pictured (LtoR) Jill Crank, Johns Hopkins Community Physicians nurse practitioner; and Jen Hodo-Powell, Baltimore Center for Psychotherapy psychotherapist
Pictured (LtoR) Ryan Hill, Impaq International business analyst; and Emmanuel Iroanya, Theta, LLC managing member
Pictured (LtoR) Nina Breece, Jellyfish research manager; and Laura Waldron, CR of Maryland director of marketing
Pictured (LtoR) Cyndi Dreiband, Community College of Baltimore County student; Riley Dreiband, 12; and Jenny Menditch, stay-at-home mom
Pictured (LtoR) Andrew Waldman, Johns Hopkins University communcations & public relations manager; and Allen Irwin, Baltimore-based freelance video producer
“Tiny Tamales”
“Tiny Tipsy Tea Party”
“Chic-fil-A vs. Popeyes”
“Pee Wee’s Pizzas”
“Bambino’s Baby Pizzas”
“State Fair – Funnel Cake & Corn Dogs”
“Oh Snap, Gingerbread Houses”
“Baleenymore Medical Center”
“It’s not nearly as bad as real hospital food,” said Nancy Schoenfeld, Baleenymore lead chef

“Smalltimore Air”
Mini Sushi
“Shrunkin’ Donuts”
(February 8, 2020 – American Visionary Art Museum)
Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.