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As if on cue, an elderly man with a wooden walking stick and sandals over his socks pops into Bread Furst. “Everybody in the neighborhood has been saying Tuesday at seven o’clock there’s going to be a longer line outside your door than the car wash,” he tells owner Mark Furstenberg of his opening day […]
Doron Petersan, proprietor of Sticky Fingers bakery (City Paper readers' pick for "D.C.'s Best Vegan Restaurant 2011"), piped up on Thursday to remind Y&H that Crunkcakes aren't the only liquor-laced cupcakes in town. Petersan points out that her crew nabbed a cool $10,000 by winning the Food Network's "Cupcake Wars" this past spring with their […]
Since last year, Capital City Cheesecake has been operating out of the kitchen at Colonel Brooks' Tavern in Brookland, where CCC founders Caitlin and Meaghan Murphy were born and raised. Starting in April, the sisters will abandon their childhood stomping grounds for a place of their own: the former Savory Cafe in Takoma Park. To […]
Once you step inside the Wegmans in Fairfax, you don't know what you might find. The megastore — part blue-collar Safeway, part fussy Whole Foods, part wish-fulfillment Disneyland — offers a bewildering amount of products, from fresh-baked breads and freshly prepared meals to yoga clothes and housewares. To food-obsessed adults, I suspect Wegmans generates a feeling they […]
Bayless and Furstenberg: Men of the street Imagine Y&H's surprise when he stopped by G Street Food, baker Mark Furstenberg's new operation inspired by international street foods, and saw Rick Bayless casually walk in the door. As if the celebrity chef lives just across the street, not half way across the country. Bayless, fresh off […]