Percebes are very much a Spanish delicacy, generally reserved for pre-dinner or bar snacking.
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Josh Matthews, 23, represents a new generation of American brewers.
If you go past the white tablecloths, you’ll hear plenty of stories about transformation and redemption in restaurant kitchens.
The Taylor Roll is seriously spicy, cheesy, and greasy.
Wild Wednesdays, Rudolph-style, coming this month.
The popping sensation cuts through the butter in the same way a Champagne and triple cream cheese pairing might work, cheesemonger Lisa Hviding says.
Spoiler: It tastes like bland salami.
The Dish: “Suppon” or soft-shell turtle soup with scallions, mochi, and mizuna (Japanese greens) Where to Get It: Sushi Taro, 1503 17th St. NW; (202) 462-8999; sushitaro.com Price: $30 à la carte (not listed as an à la carte option, but available upon request), or $90 per person as part of the tasting menu. What […]
Take a look over your neighbor's fence, and you might find a barbecue-obsessed cook in the backyard. In addition to the professional types who compete around D.C., there’s also a crop of barbecue enthusiasts taking new approaches to cooking and what barbecue means. The world of barbecue today resembles other craft-driven pursuits, just like home-brewing […]
If there’s one thing that keeps Lucas Darnell awake at night, it’s the Backwoods smokers that sit on the driveway behind his Bristow, Va., home. Darnell, a competitive barbecue pitmaster, spends most of his weekends cooking, and he’s been known to roll out of bed two or three times in a night just to check […]