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Soup Swap recipes: How a single pot of soup can satisfy a crowd

Wed Sep 21, 2016 7:30 am

Soup Swap recipes: How a single pot of soup can satisfy a crowd By Kathy Gunst, Special To The Washington Post
I'm not a huge fan of potlucks. I know they are all the rage, but I just don't get it. When I'm…


Craft beers: More about the latest thing than the old reliable standbys

Tue Sep 20, 2016 7:04 am

Craft beers: More about the latest thing than the old reliable standbys By Fritz Hahn, The Washington Post
Beer drinkers are fickle. Put us in a bar in front of dozens of taps - IPAs, goses, saisons, blond ales, stouts,…


Why more people prefer cold brew coffee than iced coffee

Sun Sep 4, 2016 10:40 am

Why more people prefer cold brew coffee than iced coffee By Maura Judkis, The Washington Post
Every day that a Starbucks runs out of cold brew is a day that is ruined somewhere in America. We know, because…


Recipe: Making chocolate peanut butter doughnuts healthier - by baking them

Wed Aug 3, 2016 2:47 pm

Recipe: Making chocolate peanut butter doughnuts healthier - by baking them By MELISSA D'ARABIAN, Associated Press
Doughnuts are my kryptonite.

Fried sweet dough dipped in glaze, and then dunked into a cup of steaming-hot coffee? Yes, please. And…


With these 5 recipes from southern India, I honor my roots and improvise, too

Thu Jul 21, 2016 11:03 am

With these 5 recipes from southern India, I honor my roots and improvise, too By Visi R. Tilak, Special to The Washington Post
One of the best things about coming home after school in southern India was the array of amazing snacks my mother made…


Recipes to celebrate your party's convention - whether Democrats in Philadelphia or Republicans in Cleveland

Tue Jul 12, 2016 2:40 pm

Recipes to celebrate your party's convention - whether Democrats in Philadelphia or Republicans in Cleveland By Kristen Hartke, Special to The Washington Post
With the Republic National Convention set for July 18-21 in Cleveland and the Democratic National Convention taking place July 25-28 in Philadelphia,…


Cooking with lavender - yes, cooking

Mon Jul 11, 2016 7:17 pm

Cooking with lavender - yes, cooking By Nancy Baggett, Special to The Washington Post
Certain herbs seem to belong in certain dishes: Sage defines poultry stuffing. Tarragon dazzles in sauce béarnaise and, as it happens, lavender…


Can't do vegetarian? Try flexitarian, which also has health benefits

Fri Jul 8, 2016 1:08 pm

Can't do vegetarian? Try flexitarian, which also has health benefits By Cara Rosenbloom, Special to The Washington Post
From black bean burgers on restaurant menus to eight varieties of hummus at the supermarket, the meatless movement shows no signs of…


Gardeners cook with accidental flowers: Carrots with lentils, labneh and flowering cilantro recipe

Thu Jul 7, 2016 5:23 am

Gardeners cook with accidental flowers: Carrots with lentils, labneh and flowering cilantro recipe By Joe Yonan, The Washington Post
The best thing about cultivating a vegetable and herb garden - no matter how small - might just be the flowers. I…


Recipe: Romesco sauce brings together tastes of summer for anything you might be grilling

Tue Jul 5, 2016 2:11 pm

Recipe: Romesco sauce brings together tastes of summer for anything you might be grilling By Ellie Krieger, Special To The Washington Post
Romesco is a flavorful sauce of roasted red peppers, almonds, tomatoes and garlic that hails from the coast of Spain. It has…


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