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  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 16, 2019

    CHEF KWAME ONWUACHI'S MEMOIR TO GET THE BIG-SCREEN TREATMENT BY THE COMPANY BEHIND ‘MOONLIGHT'

    Lakeith Stanfield of “Sorry to Bother You” and “Get Out” is set to star.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 16, 2019

    THERE'S A CHICKEN SOUP FOR EVERY SEASON, AND THIS ONE SAYS SUMMER

    Summer vegetables star in this light version of the bowl America loves.

    Vegetables, Vegetable, Soup, Chicken
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 15, 2019

    IF YOU LOVE YOUR VEGETABLES, THESE PLANT-BASED DINNER RECIPES ARE FOR YOU

    These vegan recipes are loaded with veggies and packed with flavor.

    Vegetables, Vegetable, Dinner
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 15, 2019

    SASSY, SALTY PRESERVED LEMONS BELONG IN YOUR PANTRY. HERE'S HOW TO USE THEM

    You can use them for so much more than Moroccan food.

    Lemon
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 14, 2019

    WHEN THE SUMMER SLOWS YOU DOWN, THIS COLD AVOCADO SOUP WILL PICK YOU UP

    With cucumber and fennel, it's subtle, clean - and quick to make.

    Soup, Fennel
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 13, 2019

    A WEEK'S WORTH OF DISHES TO MAKE IN YOUR VACATION RENTAL THIS SUMMER

    Have fun and save money when you prep a few meals in your home away from home.

    Meal
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 13, 2019

    PLANNED ICE RAIDS ARE PUTTING THE RESTAURANT INDUSTRY ON EDGE

    Owners and workers fear the Trump Administration's migrant roundups could expand to include those not targeted for deportation.

    Restaurant
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 12, 2019

    DEAN & DELUCA'S FUTURE IS BLEAK. BUT WHEN IT OPENED IT WAS A GAME-CHANGER

    It claimed to be the first store in the U.S. to sell balsamic vinegar, radicchio and sun-dried tomatoes. Now, it's in grave financial...

    Tomatoes, Vinegar, Game
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 12, 2019

    AFTER 50 YEARS, MICHAEL BROADBENT IS STILL TEACHING US HOW TO DRINK WINE

    His enduring advice: read, taste and take copious notes.

    Wine
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 12, 2019

    AT JUST $14, THIS SAVORY AND RICH FRENCH RED MAKES A MIGHTY MATCH FOR STEAK

    RECOMMENDED | Plus, Rhone Valley rosé, South African chardonnay, and Cotes-du-Rhone and Loire Valley reds.

    Rosé, Steak, French
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 12, 2019

    PUREE, LIQUEFY, CRUSH: HOW TO CHOOSE AND USE A BLENDER

    There's a lot of variety in appliances and what they can do.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 12, 2019

    VIA SOPHIA UPGRADES THE HOTEL DINING EXPERIENCE IN DOWNTOWN D.C

    FIRST BITE | Italian-American flavors shine brightly in the renovated Hamilton Hotel.

    Italian, American
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 11, 2019

    SUMMER ROMANCE: WATERMELON AND GOAT CHEESE WERE MEANT FOR EACH OTHER

    NOURISH | Serve this refreshing duo as an appetizer or anytime snack.

    Cheese, Appetizer
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 11, 2019

    13 SWEET AND SAVORY PANCAKE RECIPES FOR EVERY KIND OF MOOD

    Got time for a pancake breakfast? Make it something special with these recipes.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 11, 2019

    PEACHES, MANGO, MELON AND CUKES MEET ZIPPY THAI FLAVORS IN THIS SAVORY SALAD

    Savory and tangy elements set this summertime dish apart.

    salad
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 11, 2019

    THIS POUND CAKE RECIPE IS, IN A WORD, PEACHY

    The crumb is tender and moist, and both fruit flavors shine through.

    Fruit, Cake
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 11, 2019

    CHICKEN AND PEACHES MAKE A MIGHTY FINE PAIR FOR ROASTING

    This tastes as good as it sounds, and makes a lovely platter.

    Chicken
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 11, 2019

    HOW ONE COUPLE MADE IT COOL TO WAIT IN LINE FOR 25-POUND BOXES OF PERFECT SUMMER PEACHES

    Jessica and Stephen Rose now have "The Peach Truck Cookbook" to help you use all that fruit.

    Rosé, Fruit
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 10, 2019

    AFTER MORE THAN 30 YEARS, BOMBAY CLUB IS STILL AS COMFORTABLE AS AN OLD SHOE

    2.5 stars | Ashok Bajaj's first restaurant was a pioneer. Now, it's got more competition than ever.

    Restaurant
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 10, 2019

    THE STARBUCKS TIE-DYE FRAPPUCCINO TASTES LIKE LAFFY TAFFY AND DISENCHANTMENT

    It looks like a Grateful Dead T-shirt that took a few spins through a Vitamix with some Laffy Taffy and magic markers.