Posts Tagged ‘Rob Weland’

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 […]

Booking It: Rob Weland Splits From Poste Moderne Brasserie

Rob Weland, one chef who's not afraid of head cheese, is leaving his post at, um, Poste Moderne Brasserie, where he conducted pig roasts galore, composted countless table scraps and notably expanded the organic garden over the past seven years. Washingtonian critic and Y&H alum Todd Kliman broke the news via Twitter last night. Eater […]

The Restaurants That Just Missed the Cut in This Year’s Dining Guide

R.J. Cooper's "24" tasting menu abruptly ended this month at Vidalia. Putting together this year's Young & Hungry Dining Guide was an exercise in managing the chaos of the local dining scene. Several places that had all but secured a spot on my list of the 50 most fascinating restaurants — Inox, Teatro Goldoni, and […]

Rob Weland’s Head Cheese Is Poetry to the Ear

Let's talk about head cheese, that lonely part of the charcuterie board that tends to gather dust on restaurant tables. Why is that exactly? What are we nervous about when it comes to pig-head parts suspended in aspic? Allow me to answer my own semi-rhetorical question: I think it's all about the ears and those […]

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