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  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 14, 2019

    WOMAN SAYS SHE WAS FIRED OVER TIKTOK VIDEO ‘EXPOSING' PANERA BREAD'S USE OF FROZEN MAC AND CHEESE

    A Panera spokeswoman declined to discuss personnel matters but said the company has confirmed the TikTok video's authenticity.

    Frozen, Cheese, Bread
  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 14, 2019

    YOU CAN SKIP THE PASTRY. THESE VEGETABLE POT PIES USE A SWEET POTATO CRUST

    They keep their nostalgic appeal but are lighter and easier to make.

    Vegetable, Vegetables, Potato, Pie
  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 12, 2019

    HAVE YOUR BEER AND COOK WITH IT, TOO, THANKS TO THESE 9 RECIPES

    Whether you want a cocktail, a hearty main meal or even dessert, beer has your back.

    Beer, Cocktail, Cook, Meal, Dessert
  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 11, 2019

    DECANTING DEMYSTIFIED: WHEN YOUR WINE NEEDS TO BREATHE AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT

    Should you decant your wine, and if so, when?

    Wine
  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 11, 2019

    THIS $10 PINOT GRIGIO WILL KEEP YOU SMILING SIP AFTER SIP

    RECOMMENDED | Plus, more Italian gems to savor: another pinot grigio, a cesarese, a gragnano and a prosecco.

    Italian
  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 11, 2019

    MADE IN AMERICA: HOW 4 ICONIC AMERICAN DISHES EVOLVED FROM FOREIGN ROOTS

    In some ways, each of these dishes is an import. But each one also morphed and adapted to its new environment, transforming into something...

    American
  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 11, 2019

    MADE IN AMERICA

    Four dishes, inspired by other lands, that became American icons.

    American
  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 11, 2019

    HOW TO PICK, CARE FOR AND COOK IN YOUR DUTCH OVEN, THE ONE POT EVERY HOME COOK SHOULD OWN

    This versatile piece can go from stove top to oven and make everything from soups to fried chicken.

    Soup, Cook, Chicken
  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 11, 2019

    ACT FAST! KOMI JUST COOKED UP A PLANT-BASED POP-UP

    FIRST BITE | Johnny Monis delights savvy diners at Happy Gyro by serving what he loves to eat.

    Cook
  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 11, 2019

    JOSE ANDRES DOESN'T WIN THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE, BUT THAT DOESN'T SLOW HIS DISASTER RELIEF WORK

    The celebrity-chef-turned-humanitarian was serving meals in the Bahamas in the days before the Nobel announcement.

    Meal
  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 10, 2019

    THE BEST RESTAURANTS IN WASHINGTON D.C

    Tom Sietsema's 10 top restaurants in the District that set the standard for fine dining.

    Restaurant
  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 10, 2019

    TOM SIETSEMA'S TOP RESTAURANTS IN WASHINGTON, D.C.: FALL 2019

    Tom Sietsema celebrates 20 years with a bigger-than-ever guide to the city's best restaurants.

    Restaurant
  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 10, 2019

    SINCE 2000, THESE TRAILBLAZERS HAVE HELPED MAKE D.C. A BETTER PLACE TO EAT

    From José Andrés to the Obamas, they have left their mark on the dining scene.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 10, 2019

    10 COZY RECIPES FOR SWEATER WEATHER, THE SEASON AND THE STATE OF MIND

    We want recipes that are as warming and soft as our favorite sweater.

    Soft
  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 10, 2019

    THIS CREAMY PUMPKIN SPOON BREAD FLIRTS WITH SWEET AND SAVORY

    You'll want many spoonfuls of this spoon bread on your plate.

    Bread
  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 10, 2019

    THERE'S NO BETTER FISH HOUSE IN WASHINGTON THAN PESCE

    A down-to-earth dining room serves up everything from soft-shelled crabs to skate.

    Soft, Fish
  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 10, 2019

    NOSTOS BRINGS YOU CLOSER TO THE GREEK ISLANDS

    Both the food and the scenery will transport you away from its Tysons location.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 9, 2019

    WANT AN ANTHONY BOURDAIN KEEPSAKE? NOW'S YOUR CHANCE WITH AN AUCTION OF HIS POSSESSIONS

    The items range from the ordinary to the extraordinary .

  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 9, 2019

    A SPICE COMPANY SPENT MORE MONEY ON IMPEACHMENT ADS ON FACEBOOK THAN ANYONE NOT NAMED TRUMP

    Penzeys Spices spent more than any Democratic presidential candidate on ads calling for the ouster of President Trump.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 9, 2019

    HOW DO PANCAKES AND MAPLE SYRUP GET MORE EXCITING? TURN THEM INTO A CAKE

    It's a stunner of a simple dessert.

    Syrup, Dessert, Cake