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The theme of this year's guide? Inconsistency. But you can find some great smoked meats, if you know where to look.

Ditch the cream of mushroom soup, keep the fried onions.


Highlights

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.

Free Range on Food: Wednesday, November 6, at noon

A showstopper pumpkin crostata, keeping calm in the kitchen, getting to know your root vegetables, this week's recipes and more!

The 2019 Spring Dining Guide

A look at 30 newcomers that underscore the allure of the District’s dining scene.

Crushed pineapple is the MVP of this riff on the standard.

Swap in buttermilk for the milk and add your choice of mix-ins.

It's both simple and sophisticated.

Our tweaks add dulce de leche and cardamom to the mix.

Our favorite part might be the crispy top.

Instead of slaving in the kitchen all day, pour yourself a glass of wine while waiting on dinner.

The brand famous for “blackout in a can” isn't going for subtlety.

This is the quick and easy roll recipe you've been waiting for.

  • Review

2 stars | Executive chef Adam Harvey brings more finesse and consistency.

We've got the answers to all your most pressing Thanksgiving questions.

Q&A: Klecko says an immigration audit last year killed one of the state’s best bakeries.

What are the best airfryers, pasta makers, grill pans and sous vide devices to buy? We've got the answers.

The owners of Immigrant Food insist: This is not about the president.

These mild white beans are a pantry hero.

‘Eat-in’ protests target the system, whose manager has apologized to the man who was detained

  • Perspective

Take a few steps to set yourself up, and you might find cooking more enjoyable — and even relaxing.

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