The Best Latkes

Posted December 20th, 2011 by jodifur in Food, Recipes

Hanukkah starts Tuesday night and that means one thing, latkes.  The traditional Hanukkah food can be made many ways.  And yes, you can buy the frozen kind, but my favorite are the ones that are the most horrible for you, fried in oil and dipped not in the traditional apple sauce, […]

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Seasonal Recipes from Local Food Bloggers: Pumpkin Fest

Posted October 27th, 2011 by Andrea Meyers in Food, Recipes

At this time of year it’s hard not to notice the pumpkins everywhere, and around our house there is a lot of cooking with pumpkin going on. It’s a great vegetable because it’s so versatile. Whether you want to use it in savory or sweet dish, the flavor and texture […]

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Fast Food at Home

Posted October 20th, 2011 by Robin in Food

Fast food at home? Probably your child’s dream come true – especially if it included that special toy prize, right? But it can be a reality! In our house it is, and most nights too. Even though I only have one child; he, my husband and I are busy with […]

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Mexican Cultural Institute Culinary Nights

Posted October 13th, 2011 by Andrea Meyers in Food

Chef Pati Jinich teaches about authentic Mexican cooking both on her tv show Pati’s Mexican Table and at the Mexican Cultural Institute in the Columbia Heights area. The institute sponsors a series of themed culinary nights featuring Pati and special guests with cooking demonstrations and plenty of food and wine […]

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Seasonal Recipes from Local Food Bloggers: Autumn Sweets

Posted September 29th, 2011 by Andrea Meyers in Food, Recipes

Though the leaves haven’t started changing yet in our neck of the woods, we can feel fall coming. The nights are a little cooler, and a few autumn fruits and vegetables have begun to appear in the markets and stores, and I find myself craving soups, hot beverages, and all […]

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