When the pantry's thin and the will to cook is weak, you can count on this 15-minute meal.
SPIRITS | The category — including gin and tonics, rum and Cokes, and Palomas — is forgiving, but don’t throw all precision out the window.
It's just the latest in a raft of drinks and snacks featuring the latest buzzy ingredient in quasi-health foods.
Reinvent the bake sale and win at the cookie swap.
The law requires accommodation for people with disabilities. Could that mean turning down the music?
Made and flavored any number of ways, there is never a wrong time for whipped cream.
Blue cheese and even a little mascarpone turn it into something luxurious.
They're colorful, refreshing and simple to make.
Religious leaders and others are invoking a law that says applicants must be of “good character and generally fit for the responsibilities of licensure.”
RECOMMENDED | Plus, lambrusco rosé, a cabernet sauvignon and a white blend from Australia, and an Oregon pinot noir.
WINE | The recycling industry’s outdated model is in dire need of disruption.
These recipes mean more time for eating and less time cleaning up afterward.
With the proliferation of alternative noodles, will the traditional thing get relegated to bottom of the shelf?
APPRECIATION | She was exacting, demanding — and I loved her for it.
FIRST BITE | Catfish noodle curry and pickled tea leaf salad bring the party to H Street NE.
She self-published "Sifratna" just for friends, family and colleagues. But it has turned into something else.
NOURISH | With a yogurt-based dressing and sun-dried tomatoes, this salad will be the star of summer picnics.
Make your dad something that shows you know (and love) him.
The chef behind San Lorenzo and a female companion allegedly had more than $19,000 worth of cocaine in their possession.
The truth is overrated, anyway.