Archive for Washington Post

How to make a vegetarian poke that’s a ringer for tuna

food_004-003.JPG

Source: Washington Post Food Section

WEEKNIGHT VEGETARIAN | Beets stand in for fish, and seaweed adds the flavor of the ocean.

Read full article >>

Summer squash recipes, meatless edition

food0201411602433.jpg

Source: Washington Post Food Section

Squash burgers! Squash tacos! And more tasty ideas from the Recipe Finder.

Read full article >>

The real reason everyone’s standing in line for D.C.’s ‘Game of Thrones’ pop-up bar

popup_game_of_thrones_05.JPG

Source: Washington Post Food Section

It’s not the drinks, or just because we like the show. There’s some competition involved.

Read full article >>

Maryland wines flash their potential at Taste Camp

Edited-1082.jpg

Source: Washington Post Food Section

WINE | A small group of influencers focuses on the strengths of the region.

Read full article >>

Frozen sabayon with berry compote

t_1498230477056_name_20170623_Pic_SABAYON.jpg

Source: Washington Post Food Section

It’s easy to make David Lebovitz’s no-churn, slightly boozy, cool dessert.

Read full article >>

The simply delicious, creamy frozen dessert that doesn’t require churning

food_011.JPG

Source: Washington Post Food Section

David Lebovitz’s frozen sabayon lets you skip the ice cream maker in favor of merely whisking and freezing.

Read full article >>

Truth time: Do you buy Talenti gelato for the taste or for the jar?

food_052.JPG

Source: Washington Post Food Section

Why the container is clear, and how you should take care of your empties.

Read full article >>

With Capo Italian Deli in Shaw, owners aim to create delicious deja vu

firstbite0628_003.JPG

Source: Washington Post Food Section

The neighborhood sandwich shop brings meaty, sliced-to-order subs to the District.

Read full article >>

How to add wine to your cocktails, in 6 recipes

MGbartenders151398251231.jpg

Source: Washington Post Food Section

Go beyond sangria with one of these Recipe Finder ideas.

Read full article >>

Why it’s so hard to figure out when bottled and canned beer is fresh

beerdatecodecollage.jpg

Source: Washington Post Food Section

Beer lovers increasingly favor ultra-fresh beer, but confusing labels don’t make it easy to find.

Read full article >>

10 things to do in the D.C. area the weekend of June 23-25

Midsummer-3-1-1024x683.jpg

Source: Washington Post Going Out Guide

Friday, June 23 ‘The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)’ at Grace Episcopal Church: The Shakespeare Theatre brought its Free For All indoors in 2009, so the best Bard you’ll find under the stars is in Georgetown, where the Fat and Greasy Citizens Brigade troupe is celebrating five years of performances on the lawn of Grace […]

Read full article >>

Nervous about preserving? Take the salmon cure (please).

OnePan_0625_OuzoAndLemonCuredSalmon_H.jpg

Source: Washington Post Food Section

ONE PAN | This easy, gravlax-type treatment goes with Greek-inspired flavors.

Read full article >>

How ice cream went from elitist indulgence to America’s favorite frozen treat

obamaicecream_24_1_570819261.jpg

Source: Washington Post Food Section

The Founding Fathers loved it, but it didn’t become ubiquitous until technology caught up.

Read full article >>

Too intimidated to talk about wine? Here’s how to order one you’ll actually enjoy.

iStock-693336228-1024x683-1024x683.jpg

Source: Washington Post Going Out Guide

I was having dinner at the bar of a high-end Italian restaurant in Washington when the bartender handed me a hefty wine list. Feeling overwhelmed, I asked him to choose something for me. “I like bold reds,” I told him. “Pour me two glasses of wine at $25 apiece without informing me of the exorbitant […]

Read full article >>

These rice salads are perfecet for a potluck or summer dinner

food021372942386.JPG

Source: Washington Post Food Section

Eight Recipe Finder picks that are all gluten-free and ideal for the season.

Read full article >>