Why you should add blush to the wine colors of fall

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WINE | The same qualities that make rosés food-friendly in summer don’t disappear in cool weather.


5 ‘warm-weather’ wines that will carry you through fall

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PICKS | These rosés, priced from $16 to $21, should be remain in stock as the leaves fall.


With one little tweak, your Caesar salad gets kicked up a notch

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PLATE LAB | At the Riggsby, a few dashes of Tabasco give a classic just a touch of heat.


Wine recommendations

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PICKS | This week’s recommendations come from Washington State, France and Italy.


Last chances to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month

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FOOD CALENDAR | A cooking demo and a cultural show, plus other events for the week.


The Grill Room review: A new reason to go, thanks to Frank Ruta & Co.

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3 stars | The ex-Palena chef and pastry chef breathe new life into the Georgetown hotel’s dining room.


Bread Furst review: The loaves are up front, but so much more awaits

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2.5 stars | The menu at Mark Furstenberg’s Van Ness bakery extends well beyond crusty bread.


5 wines to try, elegant to fun

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PICKS | This week’selections are from Sonoma Valley, Spain, France and Chile.


Want to learn how to eat well on $4 a day? Author Leanne Brown offers tips.

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FOOD CALENDAR | Events for the week.


A chance to explore the Air and Space Museum, space beer in hand

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FOOD CALENDAR | This week’s events take you to the moon and back