Food & Drink
By purchasing a farm share, you can enjoy fresh, local produce at a surprisingly low price. Here is a list of five great farms that offer shares to the residents of the Washington, D.C. area.
As the temperatures go down, you have to do what you can to stay warm. One of the best ways is to treat yourself to a hot, steaming bowl of soup. Here are some of the tastiest soups in town, all of which showcase the best of the winter season’s bounty.
Jury duty can be a real drag, but the good news is you can cheer yourself up with a tasty lunch. There are several good restaurants near the courthouse in Judiciary Square. Five of the best options are listed here.
Head to one of these five restaurants in D.C. that will be featuring a festive New Year’s Day brunch. Be sure to make a reservation as these spots will book up quickly.
Some venues are definitely better than others though, so here is a summary of the five best restaurants that opened in 2014. If you haven’t checked them out yet, do so sometime soon.
Dominique DeVito shares her recipe for bacon-wrapped meatloaf from her book “Low-Card Slow Cooking,” out now from Cider Press Mill.
Baking can be a great way to get into the holiday spirit, but it’s the kind of thing that you sometimes keep putting off. To get you motivated, here are a couple of fabulous cookie recipes from well-known, talented D.C. pastry chefs.
Why settle for plain store-bought eggnog when you can doctor it up with a few more ingredients to create something extra special?
We have plenty of bistros in Washington, D.C., several of which are as delightful as those that line the streets of Paris, Brussels and all of your other favorite European cities.
Putting together a big Thanksgiving dinner is a lot of work. Why not give yourself a break and go out instead? All of these venues are offering a fabulous Thanksgiving menu that everyone in your family will love.