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RECOMMENDATIONS | They include a stellar Chianti to help wow your guests.

WINE | The idea smacks of the 1980s, but when done right they can be perfectly refreshing.

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.

SPIRITS | Unlike a Pink Squirrel, these cocktails aren’t tooth-achingly sweet.

Make some flatbreads this weekend! Plus other ideas for weeknight eats.

Now is the time to invest in one and stop guessing whether your food is actually done.

Che Fico is a Cal-Ital stunner with stellar pizza and no tasting menu in sight.

Give fritters a chance.

NOURISH | You can play around with the fruit/herb combo, and dilute it as much or as little as you want.

BRING IT | It started with a bumper crop of jalapeños and ended with a new favorite.

Summer's star fruit helps a beloved regional dish reach its full potential.

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At the Pint Shop pop-up, selfies are free, but a tasting costs $33.

As California newspapers fill openings, some argue for people of color, more attention to immigrant cuisines – and perhaps a new definition of the job.

This is not your average sweet bread. Flavored with turmeric and coconut, it tastes like a tropical paradise.

And it's vegan, too.

This is not your average sweet bread. Flavored with turmeric and coconut, it tastes like a tropical paradise.

Chef and cookbook author Virginia Willis makes a perfect cool and refreshing summer dessert: almond jelly with blueberry-ginger compote. The recipe is a nod to Chinese immigrants who settled in the Mississippi Delta.

It's a meatless bowl full of comfort.

At the Warrior Retreat at Bull Run, soldiers and their families get a taste of the VIP treatment.

They took off along with victory gardens but dwindled as interest in convenience food grew.

  • Jane Black
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