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WEEKNIGHT VEGETARIAN | Dried rice vermicelli noodles need only a quick soak before you cook them in a savory sauce.

(Greg Powers for The Washington Post)

Seasoning tips and more for this ideal summer meal.

And it's as easy as combining things in a jar.

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, Aug. 15, at noon

We'll be talking about slow cooking for summer, the Georgian version of ratatouille, this week's recipes and more.

Make the perfect steak with our hacks - including one to lighten up this ideal summer meal.

Because we could eat fresh corn for every meal — including dessert.

Channel the snack bar, but make your own sweets and savories for a major upgrade.

RECOMMENDED | Also, two Bolivian reds show how vibrant the country’s viticulture has become.

The nation’s wineries make polished, complex wines — almost all at high altitudes.

Stay cool out there with these summery recipes.

Yeast-free naan, English muffins, Georgian shoti and soft beer flatbread go beautifully with the flavors of the season.

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Tips for seasoning your own mix and playing around with different kinds of alcohol.

  • Review

FIRST BITE | In cod we trust at the new Legal Sea Bar.

Plus other ways to use the sticky milk caramel.

NOURISH | It gets a sweet, savory, buttery coating, yet the recipe is healthful.

A peppery rub and a couple hours of oven time make ribs you'll be proud to serve to company.

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Turning it down helps keep the kitchen cool — and can result in tender, juicy fish and meats.

  • Virginia Willis
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This is a lovely way to treat a beautiful piece of fish.

  • Virginia Willis
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Green goddess is back. Again.

Apple cider, honey, smoked paprika, soy sauce, mustard and more meld with boneless, skinless chicken breast halves in a 5-hour session.

  • Virginia Willis
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  • 5 days ago
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