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PICKS | In this week’s recommendations, prices range from $12 to $18.

WINE | Our columnist finds the tried-and-true works best.

Highlights

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.

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FIRST BITE | The new branch of Mike Isabella and George Pagonis’s Arlington hot spot is a welcome addition to the neighborhood.

Apples + hot dogs are a beautiful thing, and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.

NOURISH | Yet they still manage to stay in the healthful zone.

Finding a great morning meal can feel impossible, but the first meal of the day can be a treat — if you know where to go.

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ONE PAN | Red lentils star in this versatile, hearty yet meatless rendition.

Put it in sauces, dips, cookies and more to add a delightfully nutty depth.

The celebrity chef and his nonprofit have prepared more than one million meals for hungry residents.

  • Review

1.5 stars | Some of its food is very good, and very pricey, but the attitude ruins the experience

  • Perspective

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

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.

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.

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