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The hard seltzer offerings from Bud Light, Molson Coors, Shiner Bock and Corona are not all winners.

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Journeyman chef Deepak Sarin brings Indian regional cooking — and a lot of eggs — to Vienna

Mooncakes are about joy and connection, even during a pandemic.


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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.

Recreate John Adams's Independence Punch with Food Host Mary Beth Albright in this episode of All the Presidents' Drinks.

Have an safe Oktoberfest by cooking at home.

The Clementine is downright delicious, and it shows that some of the most important ingredients are hospitality and people.

Barely sweet and subtly savory, these pancakes welcome fall with carrots, apples and bright ginger.

From the filling to the tortilla and everything in between, a little thought goes a long way.

Tiramisu, the Italian answer to an icebox cake, delivers both elegance and comfort.

Bring sweetness to the Jewish New Year with challah stuffed with dates, a braided crown enriched with figs or large format sheet-pan challah.

The cookbook author, journalist and food historian becomes the first person of color to serve as editor in chief of an America's Test Kitchen publication.

Ground pecans form the coating on this oven-baked fish.

Can't figure out how to make a meal cohesive? Put it on toast.

This green curry-coconut quinoa, featuring crispy tofu and a pungent Laotian sauce, is sure to become a weeknight staple in your kitchen.

The pandemic has caused a spike in restaurant takeout containers — and the environmental damage that comes with them.

There's Instant pot risotto, naan, pizza, chocolate cream pie and more.

This delightful one-pan dinner features flavorful gochugaru chicken, summer corn, umami-rich shiitakes and silky zucchini.

RECOMMENDED | Plus, two delightful rosés, a Washington cabernet sauvignon and a French sauvignon blanc for delicious sips all week.

Released on 19 Crimes label, the $13 bottle is a stark contrast to thousands-of-dollars, members-only swanky wine clubs.

Fragrant with orange juice and zest as well as orange blossom water, this semolina cake is a lovely way to end a holiday meal.

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