The final installment of The Food Resolution features New Year's resolutions by Zeke Emanuel and ChurchKey beer director Greg Engert.
BurgerBusiness named BGR: The Burger Joint as one of the 11 chains to watch in 2011. So what's in store this year for BGR?
Today's edition of Lunch Room Chatter looks at the positive effects of alcohol and those who would like us to pay more for our drinks.
In the latest installment of Cocktails That Complete Me, Spirits columnist Jason Wilson samples the Oriental and the Cocktail a la Louisiane.
Today's edition of the Food Resolution asks sommelier Julian Mayor and chef Dennis Marron to reveal their New Year's resolutions.
Columnist Dave McIntyre recounts the wackiest wine stories from 2010.
Casey's chicken-feet move backfires.
What's in, what's out at area farmers markets.
Evening Star Cafe chef Will Artley discusses the techniques he adopted to drop 75 pounds.
Today's edition of the Food Resolution features New Year's resolutions by chef Kyle Bailey and FreshFarm Market coordinator Maddy Beckwith.
Columnist Greg Kitsock rounds up the latest in local beer events.
Today's edition of Lunch Room Chatter looks at the high cost of bluefin tuna and the record-setting prices of dairy, meat and cereals.
Do you know a dying restaurant? Do you own a dying restaurant? You could be the star of Robert Irvine's "Restaurant: Impossible."
Pasanda was great in Pakistan; now where to find it in the U.S.?
Add water to chocolate (cake)? and other new reader questions.
In today's installment of the Food Resolution, chef Scott Drewno and Compost Cab founder Jeremy Brosowsky share their resolutions for 2011.
Today's edition of Lunch Room Chatter takes a look at vegetables -- and the women who love them and the children who hate them.
A favorite of the Food section staff launches a blog, at last.
Smoke Signals columnist, Jim Shahin, reviews the year in barbecue.
A group of chefs, sommeliers, writers and others in the local food community share their New Year's resolutions with us, starting with Michel Richard and Sunny Sea Gold.
Today's edition of Lunch Room Chatter features news about birds falling from the sky and Italian restaurants falling from Pino Luongo's favor.
The Post's Blake Gopnik and Tim Carman will visit the Kojo Nnamdi Show today to discuss whether or not D.C. has its own cultural identity.
Beer columnist Greg Kitsock talks to Dogfish Head founder Sam Calagione about the ups and downs of 2010.
In part two of our blog series that asks local leaders what trends they'd like to see for 2011, Michael Curtin, chief executive officer with D.C. Central Kitchen, wants D.C. to open up the system for more and varied street food.