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  • By The Washington Post   -   Mar 21, 2019

    GET TO KNOW HOW TO PREP AND COOK BOK CHOY WITH THESE 6 RECIPES

    This sturdy member of the cabbage family can do a lot.

    Cook
  • By The Washington Post   -   Mar 21, 2019

    GREEK YOGURT HELPS MAKE THIS PANNA COTTA LUXURIOUS AND LIGHT

    NOURISH | Using milk in place of traditional cream keeps this dessert healthful.

    Dessert, Cream
  • By The Washington Post   -   Mar 20, 2019

    THE PATH TO HOMEMADE, NO-KNEAD CRUSTY BREAD GOES THROUGH YOUR DUTCH OVEN

    Grab your Dutch oven, because it's about to work some artisan-style magic.

    Bread
  • By The Washington Post   -   Mar 20, 2019

    AFTER BACKLASH, MARK BITTMAN AGREES TO CHANGE THE SALTY NAME OF HIS NEW FOOD SITE

    The publication chose a name identical to that of a “sex, dating and relationships newsletter for women, trans and non binary people.”

  • By The Washington Post   -   Mar 20, 2019

    ROOSTER & OWL IS D.C.'S MOST EXCITING RESTAURANT DEBUT THIS YEAR

    3 stars | Yuan Tang's cooking - fresh, original and luscious - is worth crowing about

    Restaurant, Cook
  • By The Washington Post   -   Mar 19, 2019

    STEAK MEETS STIR-FRY: HERE'S WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU TREAT THE INGREDIENTS RIGHT

    The dish is ginger-forward and light on the sauce.

    Steak, Sauce
  • By The Washington Post   -   Mar 19, 2019

    FOR 20 YEARS, HAPPY HOUR HAS SEEN US THROUGH WORK - AND LIFE

    My weekly drinks with co-workers have kept us together through anniversaries, deaths and the bittersweet passage of time.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Mar 18, 2019

    5 SWEET SPREADS TO SLATHER ON YOUR CARB OF CHOICE - OR EAT WITH A SPOON

    Including a cinnamon sunflower butter, a microwave lemon curd and a Nutella clone.

    Lemon, Butter
  • By The Washington Post   -   Mar 18, 2019

    IT'S THE YEAR OF THE PIG. IS IT ALSO THE YEAR FAKE PORK TAKES OFF IN CHINA?

    Omnipork aims to do in Asia what Beyond Meat, Impossible Foods and others are doing in the United States.

    Pork, Meat
  • By The Washington Post   -   Mar 18, 2019

    THIS COCONUT CHICKEN CURRY FILLING WILL SPICE UP YOUR BAO

    Coconut milk and Madras curry give this chicken filling depth and flavor.

    Chicken
  • By The Washington Post   -   Mar 18, 2019

    A TRIP TO THE SUPERMARKET FREEZER WILL HELP YOU MAKE THESE EASY BAO

    Easy and fun to make, this is a great way to make your foray into DIY Chinese buns.

    Chinese
  • By The Washington Post   -   Mar 17, 2019

    EVERY BITE OF THESE CLASSIC MEXICAN CHILES RELLENOS MAKES THE TIME YOU PUT INTO THEM WORTH IT

    Break up the tasks over two nights, and you're golden.

    Mexican
  • By The Washington Post   -   Mar 16, 2019

    5 QUICK SHRIMP DINNERS FOR EVERY NIGHT OF THE WORKWEEK

    Keeping a bag of frozen shrimp in your freezer opens up a world of possibilities.

    Frozen, Dinner
  • By The Washington Post   -   Mar 15, 2019

    THE SMALL TREATS OF NOWRUZ ARE THE SWEETEST - AND EVEN BETTER WHEN THEY'RE HOMEMADE

    Here's how to make the confections so widely prized in Iran.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Mar 15, 2019

    YOU HAVE TO WORK TO FIND THEM, BUT SWISS WINES ARE WELL WORTH THE CHASE

    These rarely exported wines are a delight.

    Wine
  • By The Washington Post   -   Mar 15, 2019

    THE ‘TOP CHEF' FINALE WAS A SOUTHERN SHOWDOWN - AFTER A DISAPPOINTING ELIMINATION

    D.C. chef Eric Adjepong didn't get the chance to show viewers his full menu, which aimed to tell the story of the transatlantic slave...

    Menu
  • By The Washington Post   -   Mar 15, 2019

    WHAT DO SO MANY GLOBAL CUISINES HAVE IN COMMON? A BRIGHT YELLOW PACKAGE OF MAGGI MAGIC

    Despite a scandal in India in 2015, the product has become one of the great unifiers of the world's kitchens.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Mar 15, 2019

    A NEW SHAW BISTRO BOASTS BOTTOMLESS FRIES - AND A FEW LIMITATIONS

    FIRST BITE | The familiar fries at Frenchy's Naturel hit all the right notes.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Mar 14, 2019

    6 SWEET AND SAVORY RECIPES FOR PI DAY, WHETHER YOU'RE INTO MATH OR NOT

    We've got something for both sweet and savory appetites.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Mar 14, 2019

    WHEN MY BEST FRIEND DIED, GRIEF STOLE MY APPETITE. IT TOOK YEARS TO GET IT BACK

    As hard as it's been, I have come away with something I needed: balance.