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It's in all kinds of foods and makes them taste better, too.

Open a can of tomatoes for an culinary adventure.

The chili might be the quickest one you've ever made.


Tom Sietsema’s top restaurants in Washington, D.C.: Fall 2019

Tom Sietsema celebrates 20 years with a bigger-than-ever guide to the city’s best restaurants.

Free Range on Food: Wednesday, February 19, at noon

Slow cooking with your oven, Valentine's things, fondue, this week's recipes and more!

This traditional, simple jambalaya is a great dish to serve at parties. The Cajun or Creole rice-based dish typically includes a several proteins and a variety of vegetables.

Whole, sliced, slivered, we love them every which way.

Public health experts call avoidance irrational, and officials try to spread the word.

‘What’s Eating America’ aims to show how immigration and climate change affect the things we eat.

RECOMMENDED | Plus, noteworthy Virginia chardonnay, New Zealand pino noir, Italian nebbiolo and Australian viognier.

A few days — or even a week — won’t hurt your bottle.

Low-temperature cooking can give you supremely tender meat and silky custards.

From Cronuts to Double Downs, no food is safe from the phenomenon — but maybe they should be.

Buffy deserved better.

It's not just for potatoes.

  • Perspective

Why the guy with the whisk — and that stare — might just be the ideal man.

After testing this recipe, food writer Daniela Galarza says Golden Delicious apples turned out the best tarte tatin, although Red Delicious, Honeycrisp and Gala also work.

Don't just think of it as a fad from the 1970s.

  • Review

2.5 stars | From the owner of the nearby Jack Rose, here’s where you’ll get beef Wellington, vol-au-vent and more.

The salad chain is rolling out a new limited-time bowl featuring kelp, an ingredient that could improve the health of the world's oceans.

Thinly sliced chicken breasts and a few common pantry ingredients come together in this lovely, easy supper.

Sharing is caring, but so is a little baking.

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