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  • By The Washington Post   -   May 17, 2021

    ERIC RIPERT GIVES CAESAR SALAD A FRENCH TWIST: THE GRATIN TREATMENT

    In French chef Eric Ripert's hands, Caesar salad gets bubbly.

    salad, French, Gratin
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 17, 2021

    ROASTING, BROILING AND GRILLING: TIPS AND RECIPES TO HELP YOU MASTER DRY-HEAT COOKING TECHNIQUES

    Put the power of dry heat to use in the oven and grill with these fundamental cooking methods.

    Grill, Cook
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 17, 2021

    WRAP UP DINNER WITH 7 RECIPES FOR SIMPLE, FLAVORFUL PACKET COOKING

    Foil and parchment packet recipes gently cook food and infuse it with flavor - with minimal clean-up.

    Dinner, Cook
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 17, 2021

    CDC'S NEW MASK GUIDANCE MEANS MORE CONFUSION FOR DINERS AND RESTAURANTS

    When it comes to masks, restaurateurs across the country are grappling with overlapping state rules.

    Restaurant
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 17, 2021

    TURKEY LEG HUT HAS BECOME A BASTION OF HOUSTON'S BLACK CULTURE - AND A GENTRIFICATION LIGHTNING ROD

    In Houston's Third Ward, Turkey Leg Hut draws lines around the block - and has drawn fire by neighbors.

    Turkey, Houston
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 17, 2021

    THIS CRISP PINOT GRIGIO STANDS OUT IN THE CROWD AT ONLY $12

    RECOMMENDED | Plus, three delicious Spanish wines and a bright French white to slake your thirst.

    Wine, French
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 17, 2021

    BUYING WINE ONLINE IS ANOTHER PANDEMIC-ERA SHIFT THAT'S POISED TO STICK AROUND

    Online wine purchasing grew throughout the pandemic and is likely to stay that way.

    Wine
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 17, 2021

    GET YOUR MARYLAND CRAB FIX AT THE POINT CRAB HOUSE, ALONG WITH ACE SERVICE AND A WATER VIEW

    The Point Crab House near Annapolis offers crab-everything: steamed, in soup, on toast and in cakes

    Cake, Water, Soup
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 17, 2021

    A GUIDE TO COUSCOUS: THE HISTORY, DIFFERENT TYPES AND HOW TO COOK WITH IT

    A look at the history of couscous, how it's made, the different types available and its culinary uses.

    Cook
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 17, 2021

    WHAT'S THE BEST HARD SELTZER? WE TRIED 18 NEW OFFERINGS TO FIND OUT

    A new crop of seltzers has arrived for warm-weather sipping. Which is the can to grab?

  • By The Washington Post   -   May 17, 2021

    A CRISPY CAULIFLOWER RECIPE WITH LEMON-MUSTARD DRESSING PROVES A CUTLET IS WHAT YOU MAKE OF IT

    These cauliflower “cutlets” bend the rules in all the right ways.

    Lemon
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 17, 2021

    A TANDOORI-STYLE MARINADE LEADS TO BOLDLY SEASONED, MOIST AND TENDER GRILLED CHICKEN

    When grilled chicken is infused with so much flavor from cilantro and tandoori spices, the results are anything but boring.

    Marinade, Grill, Chicken
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 17, 2021

    8 TIPS ABOUT ASIAN COOKING FROM MARTIN YAN, GRACE YOUNG AND OTHER EXPERTS

    Martin Yan, Grace Young and other experts join The Post's weekly food chat to answer reader questions about cooking Asian food at home.

    Cook, Asian
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 17, 2021

    READY TO BAKE SOME EVERYDAY BREADS? LET'S TALK ABOUT BREAD AND ALL YOUR COOKING QUESTIONS

    Send in your questions to The Washington Post Food team, and we'll help solve your cooking quandaries and share our latest recipes.

    Cook, Bread
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 17, 2021

    5 BRIGHT, CRUNCHY SIDE SALADS TO PERK UP ANY MEAL

    These side salads are full of crunch and zippy flavors, and will awaken your palate and complement your main course.

    salad, Meal
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 17, 2021

    THIS LUSCIOUS CHALLAH RELIES ON EGG YOLKS, HONEY AND FRUIT JUICE FOR TENDERNESS AND FLAVOR

    The secret to this luscious challah is to make flavor a factor when choosing each ingredient.

    Juice, Fruit, Egg
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 17, 2021

    A CHICKEN AND ORZO SOUP THAT'S FRESH ENOUGH FOR SPRING, WITH LEEKS, PEAS AND ASPARAGUS

    This thrifty, chicken and vegetable soup recipe is made for a spring supper.

    Vegetable, Vegetables, Chicken, Leeks, Soup
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 17, 2021

    CICADA SEASON CLOSES ONE RESTAURANT PATIO, BUT OTHERS ARE READY FOR THE BUZZ

    The coming cicada infestation could make dining outdoors a din, but some restaurants aren't worried.

    Restaurant
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 17, 2021

    10 INGREDIENTS YOU SHOULD BE STORING IN YOUR FREEZER, ACCORDING TO OUR READERS

    Our readers are full of great ideas for making the most of your freezer storage.

  • By The Washington Post   -   May 17, 2021

    6 SIMPLE SHRIMP RECIPES FOR DINNER, FAST!

    Fast and delicious shrimp recipes to get a meal on the table lightning-fast!

    Meal, Dinner