The Blue Duck Tavern takes care of its “ducklings” and Manhattan’s Meatball Shop sets up shop in D.C.
Using rooftops for a greener Washington, a Mexican liquor that can make you green around the gills, and chef Vic Albisu finds new ways to rake in the green.
On this summer Sunday we’re sipping champagne, talking better than pasture-raised and organic meats, and more.
We get tips on what to eat and learn about a couple of ways to have good-for-you food brought to you.
A Food Network winning chef opens a restaurant near Nationals Park in time for baseball’s all-star game.
Our guests include celebrated chef and restaurateur Erik Bruner Yang, former DHS attorney-turned-ice-cream-maven, Jessica Lai of Ice Cream Jubilee; Co-owner Nick Fontana and Chef Rob Brown of Pearl Street Warehouse, and Jessica Banaroti, marketing director for Huneeus Wines and Sonoma’s famous, Flowers Winery.
We discuss the District’s Initiative 77 and we discover a high-tech way to “age” spirits.
Guests include the GM of the Sagamore Pendry Hotel, John and Sukey Jamison from Jamison Farm and Jenn Segul, author of Once Upon A Chef.
The author of “How to Grill Everything” and the man who brought fine dining to the other Washington, the “little” one, in Virginia.
Representatives of various countries engage in a spirited discussion on the merits of their best alcoholic drinks.
We meet the “Indiana Jones” of Mexico’s smoky alternative to tequila and get re-acquainted with several iterations of Mexican cuisine.
A wine bar that offers only wines from Latin America and another that features a 300-person music venue. Plus, meet a real Swedish chef!
We talk about a couple of great events that support local charities.
There’s something for everyone this week as we talk with local makers of pizza, beer, wine, bars, Ethiopian dips, and Vietnamese yogurt.