Posts Tagged ‘Cork Market’

Tiffany MacIsaac’s Buttercream Bakeshop Pops Up at Cork Market on Friday

Macarons, cookies, cake, and more!

Let the Bagel Wars Begin

This week’s Y&H column is all about a new crop of bakers attempting to rid D.C. of its bagel inferiority complex. Bullfrog Bagels, from former Tabard Inn general manager Jeremiah Cohen, has already gained quite a bit of buzz for the New York-style rounds and bialys he sold out of at Cork Market last weekend. […]

Can the Latest Crop of Artisan Bakers Free D.C. From Its Bagel Angst?

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 […]

Where to find New York-Style Bagels This Weekend (Updated)

If there’s one thing Washingtonians love to complain about, it’s the lack of decent bagels in D.C. So here's some good news: Jeremiah Cohen, the former general manager at Tabard Inn, is scouting locations to bring a bagel shop to D.C. In the meantime, his Bullfrog Bagels will be sold at Cork Market on 14th Street NW this Friday through […]

What To Eat Tonight: Wood-Roasted Suckling Pig at Cork Market

‘Tis the season for outdoor grilling. Well, it’s supposed to be, anyway, provided the seemingly schizophrenic springtime weather will cooperate. And, tonight, Cork Market fires up its new wood grill for the first in a monthly series of whole animal roasts, ranging from goat to lamb to salmon. This evening, chef Rob Weland is wood-roasting […]

Comments Come True: Cork Market’s Grilled Vegetables With Goat Cheese and Pesto

Eating my way through your advice, an ambitious list of vegetarian sandwiches from 24 different restaurants. More Comments Come True. A few key criteria come into play when judging a sandwich: quality of the bread, quality of the guts and the quality of the construction. The last point is particularly true for vegetable-filled sandwiches. Usually […]

Celebrating the Festival of Lights: Free Latke Tasting at Cork Market

Ignore that bulge over your pants because there is no month-long break between the holidays this year. Thanksgiving ended a scant week ago and tonight marks the first night of Hanukkah, the Jewish holiday commemorating the re-dedication of the Holy Temple. But in these modern times, it's an excuse to eat fried potatoes and exchange presents. A few area restaurants […]

Plenty of Terrific D.C. Sandwiches Hiding in Plain Sight

In a previous love letter on the subject, I speculated that the District had become a serious sandwich town. In further research on the topic, I spoke to a number of sources who disputed that notion. They laid out their arguments in the most recent Young & Hungry column. Now, I have a great deal […]

Who’ll Keep You Warm, Fed and Happy During ‘Cluster Flake’? The Working List.

The storm ain't got nothing on the Philly boys at Taylor Gourmet I figured I better start compiling this list now before Carrie and I lose our Internet connection (again), our power, and our ability to open the front door and scream for help. So without further ado, here are the restaurants and bars that […]

Food News Roundup: Meat and Cereal Edition

Mmm, dinner is served. News is breaking faster than Y&H can keep up with it, which means that it's time to get all HuffPo and do a little link aggregation. Let's get right to it: WaPo's Tom Sietsema breaks the news about Michael Landrum's latest projects, Ray's the Glass, a Personal Wine Bar with Mark […]

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