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Their goal: Wines that taste more like Chile and less like everywhere else

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WINE | These makers are researching old varieties and techniques as they move away from the international style.

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5 budget-friendly wines, including a stunning bottle from Chile

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RECOMMENDED | Two South American reds join one from France, plus a rosé from California and an Italian white.

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Which type of challah should you bake? Take our personality quiz to find out.

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This weekend is a great time to make challah. But which kind? Take our personality quiz to find out.

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The no-hassle, just-right meal for a midweek Jewish New Year celebration (or any busy family)

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DINNER IN MINUTES | It’s chockablock with foods that are symbolic for Rosh Hashanah, and it goes great with brisket.

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At Addie’s, a fresh start builds on a towering reputation

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FIRST BITE | Jeff Black’s beloved seafood restaurant hits the mark with a new location and a new-look menu.

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Ready or not, here come the autumnal apple recipes

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Salty Cinnamon Apple Ice Cream, anyone?

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We couldn’t stop eating this chicken salad

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NOURISH | Make-ahead shredded meat and crisp veg are tossed with a quick and savory Asian-inspired dressing.

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Country-style pork ribs, amplified, make a terrific Sunday meal

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SUNDAY SUPPER | Dry-cured chorizo and a good braise bring out so much flavor here.

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At these two long-recommended D.C. eateries, be careful about what you order

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THE $20 DINER | Upon a re-evaluation, Panda Gourmet and Florida Avenue Grill display inconsistencies that require strategizing.

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I used every pumpkin spice product I could find for a week. Now my armpits smell like nutmeg.

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Living the PS lifestyle shows that it’s not about the flavor, it’s about the state of mind.

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Scalding Starbucks tea disfigured a woman and killed her dog, lawsuit says

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Starbucks has denied allegations that the hot drink was improperly served, saying it has video proving its employee was not at fault.

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Bodega, an ‘unmanned pantry box,’ has already become America’s most hated start-up

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The company aims to replace neighborhood bodegas and corner stores with fancy vending machines.

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A menu of our favorite Mexican recipes

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They’re perfect for a late summer evening — or any day, really.

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Tom Sietsema: At the MGM National Harbor casino, a celebrity chef’s restaurant falls flat

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1 star | Marcus Samuelsson’s namesake place serves only a few gems among the duds

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9 quick sides to perk up your leftovers

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Whip up some Crispy, Smoky Skillet Corn or Crushed Potatoes With Horseradish Cream.

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