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(Deb Lindsey / For the Washington Post)
Raw meat, in the form of tartare and carpaccio, makes a comeback on the fine-dining scene.
(Deb Lindsey / For The Washington Post)
This week’s selections offer a range of dryness and sweetness levels.
Prosecco, cava and sparkling soave, priced from $14 to $17.
(Photo by Rey Lopez / Photo by Rey Lopez)
M. Carrie Allan
Don Ciccio & Figli’s founder turns his attention to a bitter liqueur, inspired by Italy but born in Washington
(The Washington Post / handout - The Washington Post)
He helped introduce readers to the Asian and Latino food scene and profiled Georgetown Cupcake.
The veteran journalist had become an expert in international foods during his years on the beat.
(Sarah Coghill / For The Washington Post)
Daniel Giusti gambled his career when he went to Noma. Now he’s running the kitchen.
(Amanda Voisard / For The Washington Post)
The South meets France in a new Chevy Chase bistro. Tom Sietsema checks in for a First Bite.
From New Zealand, Germany, California and Italy, whites and rosés worth checking out.
Here’s what you need to know about Maryland farmers markets in the Washington area.
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