On Sunday night, the 2015 best chefs, restaurateurs, brewers, distillers and winemakers were named and celebrated at the 33rd Annual RAMMY Awards.
More women are taking over traditionally male-dominated roles in D.C.’s food and beverage industries.
The discussion surrounding labeling foods that contain genetically modified organisms is reaching a boiling point, and chefs are adding to the heat.
The District\’s top chefs and restaurateurs gathered at The Hamilton in D.C. Tuesday to hear the finalists of the 2013 RAMMY Awards. Here are this year\’s nominees.
Local women chefs will help raise awareness and
money for ovarian cancer at the Ovarian Cancer
National Alliance\’s Turn Up the Heat fundraiser
Monday night at the Ritz-Carlton in D.C.
There can\’t be too many cooks in the kitchen for
this event. The 5th annual Sips & Suppers
fundraiser will take place in the D.C. area this
weekend and feature dishes from local and
internationally renown chefs.
More and more chefs are turning to local farmers
for the highest quality in meat and produce.
Chefs across the U.S. are getting excited about a meat many Americans have never tried.