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TV's latest food show doesn't feature dueling celebrity chefs, cupcake competitions and timed runs through a grocery store. The PBS series "Food Forward TV" is a food show about people.
From how it's grown to how it's consumed and how it impacts your health, three experts talk about the full-circle impact of food and its future.
The ideal family dinner has everyone sitting around the dinner table and enjoying Mom's cooked-from-scratch meal. But while popular culture may perpetuate the family dinner myth, reality dictates a different story.
Area colleges are back in session, which means many students are gulping down coffee and cramming for tests. New data show one local school is among the top in the nation with the caffeine jitters.
It's time to think outside the [waffle batter] box. Your waffle iron can be used to cook more than just waffles -- from filet mignon to pasta, the options are endless.
It's back to school for many students in the D.C. area -- and back to busy schedules for many families. A chef has creative, kid-friendly recipes the whole family will enjoy.
With hundreds of food trucks roaming the streets, D.C. pedestrians have no shortage of food options. Now, boaters have a place to grab a bite with D.C.'s first food boat.
The mantra, "buy local" is catching on as farmers markets become more abundant nationwide and Virginia is among the states experiencing the most growth.
The "Battle of the Beltways" continues Tuesday night between the Washington Nationals and the Baltimore Orioles and there's another battle brewing between these neighboring teams.
It's not just residents driving the food scene in the nation's capital. College students who attend local schools, or those who flock to D.C. for the summer, are one of the fastest-growing arms of the area's food movement.
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