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First Bite: Eric and Ian Hilton will make Francophiles happy with their latest installment.
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Farms in Maryland, Virginia and Pennsylvania are offering a variety of breeds and sizes.
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Bonnie S. Benwick
Why the world’s most popular brewed beverage plays second fiddle in America.
This week’s selections, ranging in price from $10 to $30, come from Italy, Sonoma and South Africa.
First Bite: The chef returns to fine dining with beautiful plates and irresistible polenta fries.
Becky Krystal and Joe Yonan
Bethlehem Bar is chewy, crunchy, salty, sweet; Better Bean Co. beans make a good snack or ingredient
A spanish cava, a Napa red, an Italian white and a surprise from Texas can add interest to your table.
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Raw meat, in the form of tartare and carpaccio, makes a comeback on the fine-dining scene.
This week’s selections offer a range of dryness and sweetness levels.
Prosecco, cava and sparkling soave, priced from $14 to $17.