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SMOKE SIGNALS | These new title range from primers to those that focus on the author’s heritage.

(Deb Lindsey / For the Washington Post)

The Pulitzer Prize-winning critic, who died on Saturday, leaves an immense legacy.

We've reached peak cookout season, folks.

Highlights

The 2018 Spring Dining Guide

With so many new restaurants in D.C., who can keep up? Tom Sietsema reviews 30 places that opened in the last year, including his top 10.

Free Range on Food: Wednesday, July 18, at noon

We'll be talking about Rodney Scott's whole hog barbecue, snail farming, doctoring store-bought croissants, this week's recipes and more.

RECOMMENDED | They often suss out little-known beauties.

Association floats an electronic-payments company for 30 days while others work toward a permanent solution.

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Try a wine cocktail, look to lighter whites — and don’t forget to chill your reds.

The simple Italian dish is a classic, but that doesn't mean you can't make it your own.

  • Perspective

UNEARTHED | Are the poorest Americans actually the fattest?

FIRST BITE | Pappe, near Thomas Circle, brings together a band of brothers and makes a fine vindaloo.

A little bit of the hot sauce goes a long way.

Just Eggs is a vegan product that claims it tastes just like traditional chicken eggs. So we put it head to head with real eggs in a blind taste test to see if The Post's Maura Judkis can tell them apart.

The “eggs” are made with mung bean protein.

NOURISH | A non-mayo dressing and the crunch of toasted sunflower seeds elevates this summer side dish.

Religious and judicial leaders cite D.C. law that requires "good character" for license applicants.

It started with a Facebook post. Would it end with a manager’s firing?

A little communication goes a long way.

  • Review

2.5 stars | Kaliwa, Cathal Armstrong’s new restaurant at the Wharf, splits the menu among Philippine, Korean and Thai dishes.

Are muffins essentially breakfast cake? Does it even matter? Here’s the recipe for an infinitely adaptable batter that will make your days a little better.

You get a lot of flavor with minimal cooking time.

Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger are credited with transforming the Los Angeles restaurant scene and mentoring countless chefs.

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