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Posted at 7:00 AM ET, 02/ 9/2011

Today in Food: Love is in the air -- and in the kitchen

By Justin Rude

Casa Nonna executive chef Amy Brandwein and her husband, Jeremy. (Michael Temchine/For The Washington Post)

While having your romantic dinner for two on Monday, take a moment to reflect on the love lives of the people preparing your meal. Those unforgiving restaurant hours don't make romance easy, as Kelly Dinardo reports in today's Food section, with four tales of married life from local chefs: Peter Russo of Lia's, Bertrand Chemel of 2941, Amy Brandwein of Casa Nonna and Nicholas Stefanelli of Bibiana Osteria-Enoteca.

The Valentine's Day theme continues with Jason Wilson's spirits column. He goes in search of a palatable version of the season's signature cocktail: the chocolate martini.

Kristen Hinman looks at Iota's revamped menu in this week's Good to Go.

And in the Atlas District, Tom Sietsema finds a name worth remembering with Smith Commons' global cuisine.

By Justin Rude  | February 9, 2011; 7:00 AM ET
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