Posts Tagged ‘Bread for the City’

What To Eat Tonight: Creole All Across Town

Tonight: yes, it's Fat Tuesday and that means your local Louisiana-themed eatery (of which there are many, these days) is probably doing something to celebrate. Bayou, for one, is hosting an all-you-can-eat buffet of New Orleans-style cuisine from noon until 9 p.m. Other celebratory venues include Acadiana, Bayou Bakery—heck, even Michel Richard's Central is getting […]

Nevermind the Dog Pee: A Writer Forages for Wild Foods in D.C.

On Sunday, I arrive for a free urban foraging class held at the nonprofit Bread for the City and organized by Knowledge Commons DC. I'm 15 minutes late and perspiring lightly. I’m here because foraging is the type of adventure that I can really get behind. It’s free, quasi-dangerous and, best of all, edible. I’ve […]