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

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

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.


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.

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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.

Light and airy cakes take 40 seconds in the microwave, and are then topped with berries and flavored whipped cream. The recipe was provided by Ryan Ratino, executive chef of the upcoming Bresca restaurant in the District.

They involve knife work, but no cooking.

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