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FIRST BITE | French classics and a stunning space in a former bank are drawing diners to Penn Quarter.


For wine lovers of all budgets, this book will serve as a solid primer on the iconic region.

RECOMMENDED | Plus, another red from Spain, Italian pinot grigio, Rhone red and a white from Alsace.

With mustard, beer and Worcestershire sauce, it’s a meal unto itself.


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, February 19, at noon

Slow cooking with your oven, Palestinian food, fondue, this week's recipes and more!

From classic to innovative, we have all the macs and cheeses you could want!

They’re still “proud of the book and the women that we’ve brought together” to express their rage.

Fun to make -- and eat.

Tangerine Jones says the cookbook has “whitewashed” a kitchen movement with its roots in black resistance.

Get this favorite stir-fry on the table in less time than it takes to order takeout.

The fast-food chain's Twitter feed is getting even troll-ier.

  • Review

3 stars | Seth Luangrath and Boby Pradachith have another success with their 30-seat bar in Shaw.

The easy-to-make sauce of cream, mustard, lemon and pepper gives this dish a wonderfully hearty flavor that calls to mind popular German dishes.

Beets are so much more than just borscht. Here's a soup to prove it.

  • Perspective

Our cuisine, like others, has many influences. But the frequent omission of our contribution adds insult to injury.

  • Reem Kassis
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Open a can of tomatoes for an culinary adventure.

It's in all kinds of foods and makes them taste better, too.

The chili might be the quickest one you've ever made.

This traditional, simple jambalaya is a great dish to serve at parties. The Cajun or Creole rice-based dish typically includes a several proteins and a variety of vegetables.

Whole, sliced, slivered, we love them every which way.

Public health experts call avoidance irrational, and officials try to spread the word.

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