With more than 175 recipes, chef Jenn Louis shows readers how to use 40 different varieties of greens — from chard to chicories — in everyday cooking, including dessert. And she shares her recipe for butter lettuce panna cotta.
Here are a few destinations that are perfect for family fun — plus tips on how to stay sane in the car, where to stop along the way, and what to do when you reach your destination.
‘Dinner and a show’ is not an unusual concept — in fact, it’s a pretty common one. But on May 23, experts will go one step further to explore the notion of food as theater in a multicourse meal and discussion at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.
On May 17, chefs from 30 different embassies will meet in downtown D.C. for an event that showcases food from around the world.
With its popular coffee shops, retail shops, restaurants and bars, it’s hard to imagine the intersection of 14th and T streets in Northwest D.C. as anything but a bustling city corridor. But Jonathan Fain said 15 years ago, it was an “uncharted area” — until one restaurant came along.
Playing and listening to music can change the brain — and researchers are taking note.
Riding a bike through downtown D.C. can be stressful, to say the least. Cars weave in and out of traffic, buses pull in and out of stops and pedestrians don’t always wait their turn to cross the street. But on May 19, all of those obstacles go away.
Jeremiah Langhorne, executive chef at The Dabney, took home the James Beard Award for Best Chef: Mid-Atlantic at Monday night’s awards ceremony in Chicago.
The weather is heating up and so is the Wharf — D.C.’s newest waterfront development. Here’s what you can expect this spring and summer.
A tiny neighborhood restaurant in Northwest D.C. is making a big splash. Himitsu has just a dozen employees and two dozen seats, and the chef is only 30, but the accolades keep coming in.
If you’re looking to sip on sangria or take down some tacos on Cinco de Mayo, there are plenty of places around town where you can do just that.
If you’re looking for the type of getaway that gets you out of the hotel room and off the beach blanket, Darley Newman, host and producer of PBS’ “Travels with Darley,” has some ideas.
Forget textbooks and worksheets. Teaching students science alongside dance helps young minds retain important information.
It’s easy to pile pints of strawberries and bunches of broccolini into your basket — How can one resist such temporary treasures? — but finding ways to work all the produce into everyday cooking can be tricky.
WTOP recently toured Blue Bottle’s D.C. coffee lab in an effort to learn a thing or two about making a better cup of Joe. After all, if there’s one thing that keeps a newsroom running, it’s coffee. Watch the video to learn about the company’s pour-over process.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.