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Thanks to a chef who masters spices, this Indian restaurant in Laurel offers a rich array of flavors.
(Michael S. Williamson / THE WASHINGTON POST)
Montgomery County program matches Agricultural Reserve land owners with novice farmers.
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Lucy serves skillfully made dishes, many of them uncooked, in the area’s newest Little Ethiopia.
Low-vision aid demonstrations, talk about fresh food in schools, Zumba and more health-related programs.
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France, Austria, Spain and Greece, for $9 to $13 per bottle.
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Events include a Middle Eastern food festival, wine dinners and cooking classes.
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As newcomers settle in, Tom checks out refreshed Food Wine & Co. and Passage to India
(Sarah L. Voisin / THE WASHINGTON POST)
Sushi is the standout on chef Yoshihisa Ota’s omakase menu in Bethesda.
(Evi Harmon for Fifth Floor Kitchen)
Maggie Fazeli Fard
WhyFoodWorks healthful dinner parties wrap nutrition lessons into an intimate evening with friends.
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Students see that dining hall meals bound for the trash go to area shelters instead.