Washington DC

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A Chef Offered Up Her Sourdough Starter on Instagram & the Results Are Amazing

Nothing travels faster than news in 2020, thanks to social media, except maybe sourdough starter. Just ask Johanna Hellrigl, the 31-year-old chef and Washington, D.C, resident who, at the start of the...

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Justin Cherry Pop Up Historical Dinner at Mount Vernon

by ktmoomau 3 months ago

March 27, 2020 6:30-9:00 PM. Justin learned to bake from his mother and grandmother, who had worked in her father’s bakery after school making rolls and bread. After a stage at McCrady’s in ...

New Penn Quarter (or at least NW) suggestions?

by LulusMom 3 months ago

Hi, I'm from DC, and still visit fairly frequently, but tend to go to the same restaurants each time. We're coming up to spend Spring Break there, and will be staying at a rental in the Penn Quarte...

La Feria Bakery in Del Ray

by Steve 3 months ago

I decided to ask what kind of saltenas they had at La Feria, although I already knew that I wanted beef as it usually comes out chewier and spicier than chicken. For the first time ever, the guy ...

ISO culinary rose petals

Cocinero Cubano
by Cocinero Cubano 4 months ago

All - I'm making a cake that calls for candied rose petals. I need to find some that are pesticide free however so I'd like to ask if anyone knows of a source in the Northern VA/DC area. I figure I...

Duck Confit for four: proportions?

by mixtapepanda 4 months ago

I was feeling inspired specifically by Matty Matheson's "Cowboy Confit" but his recipe only calls for two duck legs, and particularly for my family, that's not going to feed four people. Is one per...

Kung Fu Kitchen in Alexandria - Report

by Steve 4 months ago

Kung Fu Kitchen is an expansion from NYC specializing in a focused menu of buns and noodles. I tried two kinds of buns: xiao long bao (soup dumplings) and sheng jian bao (fried on the bottom sou...

Wood-cooked barbecue in DC

by dcbbq 1 year ago

I’m looking for all places in the DC metro that make barbecue with wood and/or charcoal only. That is, places with no gas or electric backup for cooking the meat. Thanks in advance!

Bar Pilar

by dcandohio 12 years ago

I don't know why this place doesn't receive more recognition. We dropped in on Saturday after a drink at Cork (hey, on a holiday weekend at 5:00 the place is not crowded!). But we didn't want to ea...

How I became a Whole Foods junkie...

by gutreactions 4 months ago

I live in the suburbs of NYC, but I have to blame Whole Foods in Virginia for this one. It all started during our regular visits to friends and family in The Beltway around D.C. A number of years a...

Haute Eggs

by eggsthusiasm 6 months ago

I am researching eggs, and am interested in eating some fancypants eggs at a fine dining restaurant on the eastern seaboard, somewhere between Boston and Washington DC. Anyone have ideas for places...

Grubhub - DoorDash - Seamless Delivery Service Fraud

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 4 months ago

Last night Pim Techamuanvivit discovered that Grubhub, Seamless and Yelp delivery services have fake listings for her San Francisco restaurant, Kin Khao, to accept food orders on their sites. Her r...

Myanmar in Falls Church, oh my god

by howler 14 years ago

others on this board have raved about myanmar, so i was ready for good, perhaps great. but myanmar is sensational. NOTHING i ate was less than perfection, and sheer love shone through in every ...

Growing Up In D.C./Balt: Who Else Remembers....

by Joe H. 18 years ago

I graduated from Montgomery Blair High School in '64 with Connie Chung and Goldie Hawn the year before. (Belatedly, thank you Connie for not covering your paper in plane geometry. Where it not fo...

Thompson Italian in Falls Church City - Report

by Steve 4 months ago

The folks running Thompson Italian have hit a nerve, because the place was packed solid on a weeknight. We were lucky to walk in, but they managed to free up a table for us as long as we didn't st...

Good cafes to hit in Palisades/Foxhall/MacArthur Blvd area of DC?

by Ziv 5 months ago

I moved a while back & I am now just 8 or 9 minutes from Palisades/Foxhall at Arizona & MacArthur. The only place I have gone to in that area is Kotobuki, which I like quite a bit. The sushi there ...

What are your favorites in Alexandria?

by mrsjoujou 5 months ago

We moved to Alexandria three months ago. Interested in finding good eats that are not simple carb heavy. I save the simple carbs for good bakeries and Jeni's.

Momo Yakitori

by wineloverdc 1 year ago

Having heard good things about this place on Rhode Island Avenue {near South Dakota} we went on a cold Monday. We arrived to a mostly empty restaurant and were greeted by Ume, the waiter/host. We...

Cork Wine Bar - Washington D.C.

by vsimoncini 8 years ago

What a disappointment. Really looked forward to an evening spent sampling the energy and flavor of 14th St. north of Logan Circle. Having already enjoyed an evening with the folks at Chuch Key, as...

Chowhound Dinner at Baan Thai - Report

by Steve 2 years ago

If you love to compare a favorite dish from restaurant to restaurant, say pad thai, then you might have a problem eating at Baan Thai. The menu does not conform to standard "Thai restaurant" dishe...

Emilie's in Capitol Hill - Report

by Steve 5 months ago

I was more than a bit skeptical sitting down at Emilie's after they rolled out their cart. It is filled with what looks like banchan and they charge for it. Not a lot mind you, but it looks like ...