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  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 20, 2018

    NEED A LITTLE ZING IN YOUR LIFE? THESE 5 SRIRACHA RECIPES WILL DO THE TRICK

    It wasn't until five years ago that we discovered just how much power a certain hot sauce wields. The city of Irwindale, Calif., sued...

    Sauce, Los Angeles
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 20, 2018

    NONPROFIT KEEPS FOOD-STAMP RECIPIENTS FROM LOSING FARMERS MARKET BENEFITS - AT LEAST FOR NOW

    Association floats an electronic-payments company for 30 days while others work toward a permanent solution.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 20, 2018

    FOR A CHANCE AT A GEM, GET TO KNOW SOME WINE IMPORTERS

    RECOMMENDED | They often suss out little-known beauties.

    Wine
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 20, 2018

    TIRED OF ROSÉ? HERE'S WHAT ELSE TO DRINK THIS SUMMER

    Try a wine cocktail, look to lighter whites - and don't forget to chill your reds.

    Wine, Cocktail, Rosé
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 20, 2018

    THE TRUE CONNECTION BETWEEN POVERTY AND OBESITY ISN'T WHAT YOU PROBABLY THINK

    UNEARTHED | Are the poorest Americans actually the fattest?

    American
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 20, 2018

    IF YOU THROW BASIL, TOMATO AND MOZZARELLA ON A PLATE AND CALL IT CAPRESE, THESE TIPS ARE FOR YOU

    The simple Italian dish is a classic, but that doesn't mean you can't make it your own.

    Tomatoes, Italian
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 20, 2018

    IN DECOR AND SPICE, THIS NEW INDIAN RESTAURANT REFUSES TO HOLD BACK

    FIRST BITE | Pappe, near Thomas Circle, brings together a band of brothers and makes a fine vindaloo.

    Restaurant, Indian
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 20, 2018

    HOW DO VEGAN 'EGGS' COMPARE TO THE REAL THING?

    Just Eggs is a vegan product that claims it tastes just like traditional chicken eggs. So we put it head to head with real eggs in...

    Egg, Chicken
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 20, 2018

    THESE 'EGGS' ARE MADE FROM MUNG BEANS. COULD THEY PASS FOR THE REAL THING?

    The “eggs” are made with mung bean protein.

    Egg, Beans
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 19, 2018

    PUT A LITTLE MORE AWE IN YOUR SLAW

    NOURISH | A non-mayo dressing and the crunch of toasted sunflower seeds elevates this summer side dish.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 19, 2018

    TAKE YOUR BURGERS TO THE NEXT LEVEL WITH PROSCIUTTO, TRUFFLED MUSHROOMS AND TALEGGIO CHEESE

    SUNDAY SUPPER | And then sandwich these “Italian” burgers between slices of garlicky bruschetta.

    Truffles, Mushrooms, Italian, Cheese
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 19, 2018

    COULD THE TRUMP HOTEL LOSE ITS LIQUOR LICENSE BECAUSE OF THE PRESIDENT'S CHARACTER?

    Religious and judicial leaders cite D.C. law that requires "good character" for license applicants.

    Liquor
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 18, 2018

    ‘SOMEONE ELSE'S PROBLEM': SIX WOMEN LEARN THE CONFUSING, AMBIGUOUS REALITY OF CONFRONTING AN ALLEGED HARASSER

    It started with a Facebook post. Would it end with a manager's firing?

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 18, 2018

    CAN A RESTAURANT THAT SHOWCASES THREE ASIAN CUISINES DO THEM ALL WELL?

    2.5 stars | Kaliwa, Cathal Armstrong's new restaurant at the Wharf, splits the menu among Philippine, Korean and Thai dishes.

    Asian, Menu, Restaurant
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 18, 2018

    HOW TO COOK FOR ONE IN A GROUP HOUSE WHERE EVERYONE IS COOKING FOR ONE

    A little communication goes a long way.

    Cook
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 17, 2018

    STEP-BY-STEP | HOW TO MAKE THE FLUFFIEST MUFFINS

    Are muffins essentially breakfast cake? Does it even matter? Here's the recipe for an infinitely adaptable batter that will make your...

    Cake
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 17, 2018

    THINK INDIAN FOOD IS COMPLICATED? MEET THIS 30-MINUTE CREAMY SHRIMP DISH

    You get a lot of flavor with minimal cooking time.

    Indian, Cook
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 17, 2018

    VISUAL RECIPE: TANGY, TENDER SHRIMP AND A CREAMY, SPICY SAUCE

    Try this sunny, creamy dish stacked with an Indian flavor profile from the Dinner in Minutes Pantry.

    Sauce, Indian, Dinner
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 17, 2018

    PRESTIGIOUS JULIA CHILD AWARD GOES TO TWO PIONEERING WOMEN

    Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger are credited with transforming the Los Angeles restaurant scene and mentoring countless chefs.

    Restaurant, Los Angeles
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 17, 2018

    HOW CORELLE PLATES CAME TO FILL IMMIGRANTS' KITCHEN CABINETS

    "They're the old-school Nokia phones of dishware."