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Featuring a clever tip for crisping up those 'shrooms.

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Sauced, stacked, sandwiched: There's no wrong treatment.

RECOMMENDED | Savor the holiday with rosés from Italy, France, Argentina and Virginia well beyond just summer.


The 2019 Spring Dining Guide

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

Free Range on Food: Wednesday, May 22, at noon

Grilling, overnight oats, chocolate, this week's recipes and more!

Perfect for summer, but not exclusive to summer, versatile rosé can be your everyday wine.

All you have to do is roll out of bed and eat. You're welcome.

FIRST BITE | Is Chef Enrique Limardo’s Latin American newcomer a keeper? Let us count the ways.

Picnic season means picnic sandwiches! Here are some great ones to take along for the ride.

NOURISH | The vegetable is prepped two ways, for added fun.

Tools and tips to help make your grilling season a sizzling success.

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With companies sourcing from an ever-growing list of countries, the unique flavors have compounded.

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Amid fresh competition, the Japanese retreat continues to blaze trails

Why did I wait so long to try this at home?

It combines with lentils, thinly sliced celery and fennel, and fresh chevre.

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These recipes prove it: You don't have to turn this springtime favorite into dessert.

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It keeps for months, and you can put it on sandwiches, cheese platters, salads and more.

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Fresh ginger and mustard seeds add spice to this versatile condiment.

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Hummus is a reliable dip that most everybody loves. Let's pump it up with veggie swaps and spices.

The casual apéro dînatoire takes a page from cocktail hour. But there are still rules.

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Indian cuisine has no shortage of potato recipes. Here are some of cookbook author Priya Krishna's favorites.

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