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Hibiscus and orchid cupcakes, fried green tomato sandwiches and cucumber cups with shrimp ceviche. These are all the edible ways in which the National Museum of American History is celebrating food with the public this summer.
Foodies, restaurant-lovers and Bethesda locals, rejoice. From July 29 to Aug. 4, you can support nearly 30 local restaurants and enjoy great deals during Bethesda/Chevy Chase Restaurant Week.
If there is one thing the D.C. area is not lacking, it's variety in food truck options. From lobster rolls, to grilled cheese and pho, Washingtonians sure have their pick. But there is only one winner.
A stomach bug linked to produce can keep you in the bathroom. Here are tips for selecting produce that is less likely to be contaminated.
Eating out doesn't have to mean disaster for your diet. With a few smart and healthy decisions, you can enjoy dining out while still keeping your health and fitness goals on track.
If there's one thing D.C. diners are familiar with, it's Restaurant Week. But for the third year, one local organization and its partners are putting their own spin on the food-focused week: The group is encouraging the hungry masses to eat locally.
It's time to cool off this weekend after the summer's most sweltering week -- and what better way to do so than taste the District's best cold desserts for free.
Smoking is out, but hummus is in. It's a healthy problem to have, but what does that mean for Virginia's tobacco farmers?
If you haven't explored the H Street corridor yet, it's about time you did. It can be daunting, choosing from the many bars, restaurants and places to play, but this list of both hotspots and holes-in-the-wall should give you a place to start.
Everyday a meal truck visits six apartment complexes in Suitland, Md., to help feed low-income children. Without access to free or reduced school meals, feeding children during the summer can cause struggling families' grocery bills spike.
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