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New Zealand sauvignon blancs: Close, yet far apart in style

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New Zealand wines that are geographically close, yet stylistically miles apart.

Craft brew: Why your morning coffee can now be as complicated as you like

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We've embraced the pleasures of the palate in so many areas; now it's coffee's turn.

Longtime chef Paul Pelt is out at Tabard Inn

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Pelt follows a long list of employees who have been fired or left the embattled hotel and restaurant.

Political push for raw, unpasteurized milk is increasing access, but illnesses are up, too

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A political push for raw, unpasteurized milk is increasing access to it, but illnesses are up, too.

Plate Lab: Cherry sambal, fit for any season

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DC Coast celebrates Washington’s lovely spring festival with a spicy helping of put-up summer fruit.

Limepocalypse Now: Bad harvest could endanger your margaritas

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With a lime shortage causing prices to skyrocket, it's a bad time to be the owner of a Mexican restaurant.

Dark chocolate and tea: Airlie chefs serve them up for our superfoods challenge

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Chefs from a ‘secret’ Virginia retreat serve up winners in Round 4 of our Superfoods Chefs’ Challenge.

Lupo Verde adds to the Italian on 14th Street

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Med Lahlou’s fourth local restaurant requires you to make afew visits to find its charms.

Egg cookbooks: Time to crack open the new ones

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This season, as in years past, new cookbooks are reminding us how versatile eggs are.

Fried eggs, the Spanish way: In olive oil

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Lots of olive oil means lots of crispy edges, which means one happy Weeknight Vegetarian.

Peach brandy from Mount Vernon distillery: An easy-to-drink sip of history

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Peach brandy from George Washington’s reconstructed distillerycomes with a compelling back story.

Is organic better for your health? A look at milk, meat, eggs, produce and fish.

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A look at nutrition and contamination in organic and conventional meat, milk, produce, eggs and fish.

Egg tips and trivia: How to peel, scramble and fry eggs like a pro

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How to peel, scramble and fry eggs like a pro, plus more fascinating facts.

Waiting for the 8th: How a D.C. family coped with cuts to the food stamps they rely on

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The months seem a bit longer for a D.C. woman and her family after recent cuts to the food stamps they rely on.

Londoners hit back at ‘Women Who Eat on Tubes’ Facebook page

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The Facebook page is deemed misogynistic, by many. Critics show their pique with a picnic.

Bayou Bakery’s David Guas to host Travel Channel show

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The local pastry chef will star in "American Grilled."

Marjorie Meek-Bradley: The Ripple chef finds her groove and makes a splash

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The chef at Ripple and now Roofers Union earns accolades only a year into her first executive chef gig.

Benihana’s Be the Chef program is a sizzling good time

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What’s the secret of the 50-year-old restaurant’s success? We’re not sure, but it might include a chef’s turn.
 

 

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