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These gluten-free and Passover-appropriate noodles are made with almond flour and potato starch. They could be used with any sauce or dish that calls for such pasta.

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Despite the destruction to their restaurants, owners continue to support the protesters and their call for justice.

RECOMMENDED | Plus, two Italian reds and two California cabs for this week’s grilling or smoking.

You’re looking for balance, length and texture — and how they play with one another.


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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.

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Top-notch sources of Japanese takeout in the D.C. area include Takumi in Falls Church, Kenaki in Gaithersburg, Perry’s in Adams Morgan

Air conditioning is unlikely to spread the coronavirus — but eating outdoors is safest.

A classic favorite gets a healthful upgrade.

It evokes all the flavors of the layered pasta without all the work.

Some solo cooks are feeling more creative than others, but very few are making a big lasagna.

This is a great quarantine dish, because it is infinitely variable, incredibly flexible, and it will put all that sourdough bread we’re all making to good use.

No, you don't need yeast — or a tandoor oven.

This broiled shrimp recipe is bold, a little spicy and very speedy.

The recipe makes enough filling to tuck between pastry as a deep dish round pie, a rectangular, shallow slab pie, or to make a lot of chubby turnovers.

Fresh or frozen, peas belong everywhere in spring.

It's based on a chicken dish created for Queen Elizabeth II's 1953 coronation.

Supermarkets may have a limited supply of beef and chicken, but you can still get your meat at these online shops dedicated to sustainable agricultural practices.

Memorial Day amid the coronavirus will be different, but you can still grill this holiday weekend.

Mary Beth Albright has you covered, using a cedar plank in the oven to get smoky grill flavor, without leaving the house.

RECOMMENDED | Also, two French whites, a picnic-ready red and an Italian white to pair with seafood.

The aromas can offer clues on wine’s character and taste — and even hint at possible spoilage.

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