Posts Tagged ‘Passover’

BLT Steak Serves Gefilte Fish for $35 on Its Passover Menu

Whether you love it or hate it, gefilte fish is just one of those foods that you can't make sexy. The Passover staple—typically made with ground carp, whitefish, or pike—is mushy, fishy, and an unappetizing grayish-tan color. While many people buy the stinky stuff in jars, chefs have made many attempts over the years to […]

What To Eat This Weekend: Bottomless Mimosas, Endless Dim Sum at Ping Pong

Naturally, there are plenty of places hosting Passover and Easter-themed specials this weekend. Here's one that's doing things a little differently: Ping Pong Dim Sum is offering all-you-can-eat dim sum for $25 per person, plus bottomless mimosas for $15 per person, at both its Dupont Circle and Chinatown locations. Sounds entirely non-festive, right? Not quite. […]

Have Some Flanken Respect: Passover Dining in D.C.

Has that infamous Jewish guilt gotten to you? Please your mother and check out some Passover dining options in the District. The holiday starts at sundown tonight. Find the Afikoman: The 16th Street JCC is holding a "green" seder on Tuesday. Buy a ticket online and bring your own kiddush cup. Washington DCJCC, Community Second Night Seder, $54/ticket. […]

Daily Food Blog Roundup: The Jellybean Controversy

Caffeine, sugar, and carbs. They're the holy trinity of the American diet, and today's roundup has news on all of 'em. The Internet Food Association is twisting itself into a pretzel over the proper age to consume jelly beans. One thinks the habit is crude and immature for grown adults. (Why does that sentence sound […]

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