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WEEKNIGHT VEGETARIAN | The Sloppy Yo combines tofu chorizo, potatoes and beans on a chile-dipped, griddled bun.

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Meatless recipes including pizza, sandwiches and salad.

Fermenting is the key to coaxing appropriate flavors and surprisingly accurate textures.

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Highlights

2017 Spring Dining Guide

Tom Sietsema renews acquaintances with familiar restaurants and celebrates new favorites.

Farmers markets in the Washington area

Pick a day, and find a location near you.

Free Range on Food: Wednesday, Sept. 20, at noon

LIVE CHAT | We'll be talking about homemade baking mixes (and why you should mix some up), this week's recipes and more. Guests Charlotte Druckman, Abby Dodge and Jamie Schler join us.

The $20 Diner’s favorites include burgers and tacos, pizza and dumplings, plus Indian, Thai and Ethiopian food

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There is only darkness here, and we don't mean chocolate.

RECOMMENDED | Plus two reds to try this week.

Like their counterparts in Chile, they are moving away from the “international style.”

Oans, zwoa, g’suffa!

Hip Chick Farms co-founders Jennifer Johnson and Serafina Palandech offer a flight of organic chicken nuggets at the California restaurant.

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UNEARTHED | They can play a part in the solution, but not a big one.

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The popular salad shop’s newest Georgetown location doesn’t disappoint.

Make some Belgian crepes, add it to pasta and more ideas from our archives.

How much better can coffee from a coffee pod machine get? Turns out a lot better. Follow these tips to get the most out of your Keurig machine.

NOURISH | Pecans and Cajun spices make for a zippy crust.

ONE PAN | This pairs walnuts and mushrooms with pungent blue cheese and buttery pastry.

Fall is here, and with it, yet another Starbucks seasonal latte.

Milk made from peas has more protein than other alternative milks, and it doesn't contain common allergens.

Roast ‘em, pickle ‘em, put ‘em in risotto (for starters).

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2.5 stars | After a stellar start, the cooking doesn’t quite live up to the setting, the service — or the price

Our best, cheesiest recipes for a sandwich that should always satisfy.

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