Not a single D.C. restaurant or chef won a James Beard award during last night's ceremony in Chicago.
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D.C. doesn't get a lot of recognition—again.
Corn rye, whole wheat, multigrain, and teff rye breads will be available at the grocer's P Street NW location on Thursday with the possibility of expanding to more locations in the future.
After the shuttering of his Cleveland Park restaurant Palena, chef Frank Ruta is re-emerging on the dining scene this September at Bread Furst. Ruta will oversee Bread Feast, a nightly dinner at the Van Ness bakery of Mark Furstenberg. Former Palena pastry chef Aggie Chin will also assist. "This is not a pop-up," Furstenberg says. "I'm […]
Covered in sesame seeds and sweat, Jeremiah Cohen re-moves his flour-dusted orange apron to reveal a black T-shirt that reads “EAT. SLEEP. COOK.” “I’ve had nothing to eat, and I’ve had no sleep,” Cohen says. That’s not an exaggeration; the only thing his T-shirt has right is the “COOK” part. The former general manager of […]
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 […]
Want to be an apprentice to longtime baker (and Washington food-scene tsk-tsker) Mark Furstenberg? Now's you chance. Furstenberg is looking for five apprentices as he prepares to open a new bakery called Bread Furst at 4434 Connecticut Ave. NW in Van Ness. The six- to eight-week unpaid apprenticeship program is part of a partnership with […]