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Raw beef: Chopped or pounded, it’s making a comeback in restaurants

(Deb Lindsey / For the Washington Post)

Raw meat, in the form of tartare and carpaccio, makes a comeback on the fine-dining scene.

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German and Austrian Rieslings to try

(Deb Lindsey / For The Washington Post)

This week’s selections offer a range of dryness and sweetness levels.

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Five bargain bubblies to try

(Deb Lindsey / For The Washington Post)

Prosecco, cava and sparkling soave, priced from $14 to $17.

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Amari and love: A bitter liqueur, inspired by Italy but made in Washington

(Photo by Rey Lopez / Photo by Rey Lopez)

Don Ciccio & Figli’s founder turns his attention to a bitter liqueur, inspired by Italy but born in Washington

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Walter Nicholls, Washington Post Food section reporter, dies at 64

(The Washington Post / handout - The Washington Post)

He helped introduce readers to the Asian and Latino food scene and profiled Georgetown Cupcake.

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Former Washington Post Food writer Walter Nicholls dies

The veteran journalist had become an expert in international foods during his years on the beat.

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Noma chef Daniel Giusti keeps the world's top restaurant running

(Sarah Coghill / For The Washington Post)

Daniel Giusti gambled his career when he went to Noma. Now he’s running the kitchen.

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Macon Bistro & Larder: The South meets France, in Chevy Chase Circle

(Amanda Voisard / For The Washington Post)

The South meets France in a new Chevy Chase bistro. Tom Sietsema checks in for a First Bite.

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Wines for late spring sipping

(Deb Lindsey / For The Washington Post)

From New Zealand, Germany, California and Italy, whites and rosés worth checking out.

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2014 Maryland farmers market list

Here’s what you need to know about Maryland farmers markets in the Washington area.