Posts Tagged ‘corn bread’

Bread Is Dead: Cutting Costs (and Carbs), D.C. Eateries Abandon the Dinner Roll

Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema takes note of a rising trend at area restaurants: the death of the bread basket. He cites D.C. eateries Sax, Lincoln, Lost Society, and Brasserie Brightwell in Easton, Md., among those abandoning the complimentary dinner roll. Some operators explain it as cost-cutting measure. Lincoln's Alan Popovsky, meanwhile, cites a […]

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The top content as selected by you, the readers, of the Young & Hungry blog: Organic Pancakes in a Can! Texas Brisket on Saturday Night...in D.C. Corn Bread Is Not a Dessert What Are the Coming Food Trends for 2009? Turkey Legs! Enology's Chris Cunningham on Expanded Drinking Hours During the Inauguration Tiffany Short on […]

Corn Bread Is Not A Dessert

Until I moved to the District, I presumed corn bread was, by and large, a savory product, punctuated perhaps with bits of jalapeno and/or cheddar cheese. But in the years since I moved here, I've only found the sweet version in restaurants. Most recently, I had some sweet corn muffins at Ardeo in Cleveland Park […]

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