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People are sharing alternative brands and recipes from their abuelas after deciding to boycott the company.


The mother-daughter team behind Thamee wants everything it does to raise the profile of “Black and brown makers, farmers, entrepreneurs and others.”

Wineries work to balance hospitality with safety during the pandemic, and the obstacles are many.


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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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RECOMMENDED | They’re from northern Italy, where the altitude preserves acidity and freshness in the grapes.

Rest your oven and make this roast on your outdoor grill.

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Jacques’ Brasserie, La Piquette and Convivial offer food worth toasting to.

These festive recipes will give you a reason to dress for dinner.

People are re-creating the virus in buttercream, fondant and candy.

This salad, fragrant with dill and tossed in a creamy yogurt dressing, gets protein from a grated egg mimosa topping.

Pour one of these drinks — a daiquiri, a Pimm's cup or a spicy watermelon margarita — and raise your glass to the hopes that we make our way to something better.

This creamy clafouti is filled with sautéed bell peppers and zucchini, with white sharp cheddar for balance.

After earning acclaim cooking dishes that reflected his own story and that of his ancestors, Onwuachi says he hopes to “continue the dream and open something of my own.”

Infuse simple syrup with your favorite flavors and prepare to use it in drinks, baking and more.

From pizza to salad, figs are a great fit.

Mild tofu takes on the tart flavors of lime, olives, capers and white wine.

Dust off your blender, because it's about to get a workout.

RECOMMENDED | Plus, another red, a white, a rosé and a vinho verde to pair with food or sip on their own.

The opaque, exclusive organization has been criticized for high barriers to entry for those of lesser means.

This pie is only as good as the chocolate you use. Buy the best you can afford.

Owner Bob Beaulieu is closing the bar after decades of giving Washington a place to drink, write and party.

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