Food

Taste for Korean Food

Posted September 22nd, 2011 by Michelle in Food

My mom had a full, traditional Korean dinner on the table every night for my dad when I was a kid.  My evening meals consisted of fluffy, sticky white rice paired with rich, spicy Korean jigae.  Noodles, tofu, and a variety of banchan rounded out the steady diet of strong […]

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Growing green at school and in the community

Posted September 20th, 2011 by Jessica Haney in Child, Food, Green, Parenting

In a day and age when parents have so many decisions to second-guess, how refreshing to attend an event that makes you glad you chose to live where you do! Last week’s Eat Grow Learn seminar in Arlington brought together some 50 Northern Virginia community members for a feel-good fest […]

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School lunch and the sensory kid

Posted September 20th, 2011 by Robin (noteverstill) in Child, Food, Parenting

Oh wise ones, veteran parents who have trod this path ahead of me, I beg your wisdom. My oldest kid just started kindergarten, which means I have a kazallion school lunches to pack in coming years. And she’s making it impossible. Or rather, her sensory sensitivities interfere with all normal […]

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Rockville Restaurant Week-Spice Xing

Posted September 8th, 2011 by jodifur in Dining Out, Food

If your family is anything like mine, you love to eat out.  Eating out was one of those things we gave up when my husband Doug was unemployed.  I was thrilled when the lovely people at Rockville Restaurant Week asked me to try a restaurant and write about it.  One […]

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School Lunch Inspiration

Posted September 1st, 2011 by Sue Wagner in Food, Uncategorized

By the end of the summer, as the pool days are winding down and the school supplies are labeled and ready to go, I find myself browsing my favorite Bento lunch sites. I get inspiration for the year of packing lunches that lies ahead. Of course, by June, I’m so […]

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Seasonal Recipes from Local Food Bloggers: Summer Tomatoes

Posted August 25th, 2011 by Andrea Meyers in Food, Recipes

Seasonal Recipes from Local Food Bloggers: Summer Tomatoes

This is the time of year to enjoy fresh tomatoes. They are overflowing in gardens, farmers markets, and CSA boxes, and if you have run out of ideas for what to do with all of them, then check out some recommendations from these local food bloggers. First, from Zach and […]

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