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Posted at 7:00 AM ET, 02/16/2011

Today in Food: Low-sodium survival and transcendent gin and tonics

By Justin Rude

Have some tacos and a smile (courtesy of Jessica Millan) at Tacos Impala. (James M. Thresher/For The Washington Post)

Today's Food section opens with a harrowing survival tale by Tim Carman that chronicles a week of low-salt dining , including stops at Ray's the Classics, Jackie's and Bibiana.

In his spirits column, Jason Wilson discusses the joys of the Spanish gin and tonic with Adam Bernbach, who makes one of our favorites at Estadio.

In Wine, Dave McIntyre reviews the state of American Zinfandels.

Catherine Zuckerman tries a new window-service taco stand in the Atlas District.

And Tom Sietsema checks in on Mandu's new location, finding a tranquil, tasteful dining room and homey Korean classics.

By Justin Rude  | February 16, 2011; 7:00 AM ET
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