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Homemade spice blends will maximize flavor in your recipes and save money.


From honeyed-fig and walnut to mixed summer berry, these galettes come together faster than traditional pie.

Of seven food memoirs released this year, all are written by White women who had the time, space and/or money to reflect on their lives.


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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.

With vegetables bound in thick yogurt, these Indian sandwiches are satisfying and take just 20 minutes to make.

We've got options for quick, refrigerator pickles and water-bath canning.

Priya Krishna, Sohla El-Waylly and Rick Martinez are leaving the Bon Appétit videos after failed contract negotiations, and Molly Baz has joined them.

RECOMMENDED | Washington merlot and two Italian reds, as well as a low-alcohol bottle from California.

The term has the Internet abuzz.

Sure, they both puree, but there's much more at play than that.

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Girasole in The Plains and Flamant in Annapolis make delicious destinations

Preserve your work-life balance by ending your day with a cocktail.

There are great tortilla chip options out there — and some terrible ones, too.

When it's too hot to eat, but you're still hungry.

Get to know Tex-Mex cooking with these 9 recipes.

You'll flip for this European specialty topped with lots of confectioners' sugar and roasted plums.

This dish is a great way to use up a bounty of summer squash.

Hard seltzer is trying to take over dessert. Don't let it.

Toss this umami-rich sauce with your favorite pasta, roasted broccoli or grilled chicken.

Tacos are a treat for everyone!

Vary both your cooking strategies and recipes — beyond the standard Parm.

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