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CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | “They’re missing the full show,” says The Post’s Tom Sietsema.

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Covering protein in bread crumbs or chopped nuts is always an excellent idea.

DINNER IN 25 MINUTES | Stir-fry with an easy sauce and a little ground pork.

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2017 Fall Dining Guide: The best restaurants in Washington

There’s never been a better time to be a diner in D.C. Here’s Tom Sietsema’s top 10 restaurants along with 43 other favorites.

Farmers markets in the Washington area

Pick a day, and find a location near you.

Free Range on Food: Wednesday, Oct. 18, at noon

LIVE CHAT | We'll be talking about cooking with fall ingredients, the Michelin guide in D.C. and more. Guest Julia Turshen joins us.

The Inn at Little Washington, Minibar and Pineapple and Pearls all maintained their two-star ratings.

In under a minute, The Washington Post's Mary Beth Albright will inspire you to stop using canned tomato sauce.

6 recipes, including a spooky green one (Halloween-themed wrapper optional).

WEEKNIGHT VEGETARIAN | It will add a note of nutty sweetness and complexity to even the simplest recipes.

These vibrant, easy recipes showcase apples, butternut squash, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower and grapes.

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RECOMMENDED | With names like Banshee, Werewolf, “Daimon” and Sinister Hand, they’d be perfect for a seasonal party.

When did she go from prim homemaker to America’s hippest grandma? It’s been happening for years.

A three-course menu that takes a little advance planning but yields delicious results.

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FIRST BITE | With Spanish small plates and churros, you’ll want to get to the new Mount Vernon Triangle spot — and fast.

‘C’ is for give me all the cookies and no one gets hurt.

NOURISH | Polenta stands in, and serves as a creamy bed for the sauce.

The damage to business and lives is impossible to tally as long as the fires keep raging.

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An article about matcha, turmeric and spirulina started a conversation about the “othering” of immigrant ingredients.

These places are still solid. We just had to stop somewhere.

Experience the D.C. food scene through imagery.

But they’re still perfectly delicious if it’s cold out.

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