We learn why these salamis are so skinny and what a honeybar is.
Dena Leibman, executive director of Future Harvest, Chesapeake Alliance for Sustainable Agriculture, tells how Future Harvest works to build a sustainable Chesapeake Foodshed from farm and fishery to table.
A cookbook author unveils the regional facets of Cuban cuisine, TenPenh comes back with a gourmand’s virtual tour of Southeast Asia, and a pair of young entrepreneurs comes up with 15 flavors of cotton candy.
We find out fine champagne and crafted vinegars can pair surprisingly well.
D.C.’s craft bartenders celebrate the continuing legality of imbibing alcohol in post-Prohibition America with their 10th annual Repeal Day Ball.
Yoga teacher Erin Son explains how she combines exercise, spiritualism and suds to create the new phenom: Eat, Yoga, Drink. Yoga and beer, anyone?
D.C.’s leading seafood purveyors discuss what consumers need to know about the safety and sustainability of today’s global aquaculture.
It’s the show’s ninth anniversary and our marriage’s 21st!
Famed local chef Nora Pouillon will be honored at the FreshFarm Feast gala and a Taste of Bethesda returns with an updated lineup of local eateries.
Foodie magazine EdibleDC prepares to award our region’s finest food professionals and a local gallery features “Foodies” in a photo exhibition.
Author Marcia Friedman blends her Sicilian heritage with her adopted Jewish culture through food; our panel of guests presents a wide and yummy array of foods for the Jewish New Year.
Soon-to-open restaurants in Bethesda and a line of infused vodkas from South Carolina.
Jrink adds waters to its line of juices, Cable Smith takes over a Colombian eatery in LeDroit Park, Erica Meier makes the argument for going vegan.
Sam Fitz shares his enthusiasm for the many traditions of hard apple cider, plus guests from Dean and DeLuca, and Choolaah Indian barbecue, And mixologist Gina Chersavani and chef Jerry Zawacki.
Nycci Nellis is everyone's "go to" food journalist for insights and in depth info about everything happening across the food/wine/spirits/brews/restaurant scenes in the Mid-Atlantic and across the U.S. Her husband, David, is a beer and burgers guy. On radio since 2009, they host celebrity guest interviews with famous and up-and-coming chefs, winemakers, distillers, oystermen, farmers, marine biologists and more. Get the foodie info you need to know and won't find anywhere else; enjoy irreverent repartee; pick up great recipe tips for cooking to cocktails and ... have fun! .. with Nycci and David Nellis on the one and only, Foodie and the Beast.