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Tempranillo and moscatel inform this week’s recommendations, priced from $9 to $24.
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Bonnie S. Benwick
Another color represents for St. Patrick’s Day.
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First Bite: Chef Fabio Trabocchi takes the Georgetown waterfront to rococo heights.
A surprising wealth of ingredients can form the makings of a “50-50” meal, or three.
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CulinAerie co-owner Susan Holt rises to the occasion — and so do her dried superfruit souffles.
The four wines recommended this week represent France, Greece and California.
These traditional-style standouts range in price from $15 to $22.
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Michel Richard’s NYC outpost is missing some of the fun of his former Washington landmark.
An Italian pinot grigio, Chilean sauvignon blanc, Austrian cab-merlot blend and Argentine malbec.
Put sparkle into your New Year’s festivities with recipes from a crop of inventive D.C. pastry chefs.