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WINE | When a rinse of the glass, instead of a fresh one each time, is okay.

(James F. Lee)

PICKS | Plus four more wine recommendations that go well with summer fare.

WINE | When a rinse of the glass, instead of a fresh one each time, is okay.

BEER | Invented for thirsty cyclists, the radler is getting a revival from traditional and craft brewers.


2017 Spring Dining Guide

Tom Sietsema renews acquaintances with familiar restaurants and celebrates new favorites.

Farmers markets in the Washington area

Pick a day, and find a location near you.

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

LIVE CHAT | We'll be talking about no-cook recipes perfect for hot weather. Guest Raquel Pelzel joins us.

Depending on the type of rum you have on hand, your weekend cocktail is just a few ingredients away.

WEEKEND KITCHEN | Mix and match from what’s on hand or from various recipes, plus, top recipes of the week.

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FIRST BITE | Marcello Minna opens a weeknight, unfussy kind of place in Takoma Park.

The age-old debate of whether hot dogs are sandwiches lives to see another day.

Fry it, sear it, dress it, stuff it and fold it into batters — it’s all good.

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UNEARTHED | It depends on what you eat instead.

SUNDAY SUPPER | The fish is foolproof, its sauce makes the most of any tomatoes, and much of it can be made ahead.

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NOURISH | The sauce is versatile enough to use in other dishes as well

Think beyond gazpacho with one of these recipes for a chilled bowlful.

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2.5 stars | Outpost of Nantucket spot is drawing crowds for its lobster rolls, ice cream and more

The towels are made from seven-ounce duck cotton.

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“Those recipes were with us since the beginning,” says Fast Gourmet's co-owner. But the restaurant that replaced it defends its actions.

These recipes use the classic, and other nut/seed butters as well, to boost flavors and add a little protein.

We challenged Ryan Ratino to devise a no-cook menu that home cooks can pull off.

Meyer, who is opening several new restaurants this year, is the first non-chef to win the award.

DINNER IN 30 MINUTES | Beef carpaccio with a spiky citrus dressing and crunchy veg on top makes a cool meal.

These recipes offer plenty of crunch and bold flavors — and they won’t heat up your kitchen.

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