British Airways Previews Michelin-starred Chef Inspired Cuisine

Disclaimer: this article was contributed by an author who wishes to remain anonymous, and indeed flies frequently. Enjoy! Recently, I was given the unusual task of sampling a private menu at the British Airways’ booth at the Taste of DC. Unusual, as I honestly cannot remember the last time someone spoke positively about airline food. […]

Chez Billy Sud Opens in Georgetown

Eric and Ian Hilton, Washington, DC’s very own restaurant superstars, open Chez Billy Sud in Georgetown today replacing the old Cafe La Ruche. The Southern France influenced restaurant gets its name “Sud” from its location to the south of the original Chez Billy in Petworth. Why Georgetown? “Around the city, we have led the charge […]

America Eats Tavern to host James Beard Award-winning Chef Sean Brock

On Tuesday, November 18, from 6:30-8:30pm, José Andrés and ThinkFoodGroup will host Sean Brock—the James Beard Award-winning Chef of McCrady’s and Husk Restaurants—at America Eats Tavern to celebrate his new cookbook: Heritage. For $60, tickets include a taste from the cookbook courtesy of America Eats Tavern Head Chef Nate Waugaman, local wines from Virginia’s own […]

The Complete Taylor Gourmet Cheesesteak Review

Recently Taylor Gourmet announced they were bringing cheesesteaks to all of their locations. Using prime ribeye from a Philadelphia butcher that is sliced specifically for Taylor Gourmet before it is vacuum sealed and shipped to all their locations, owner Casey Patton sought to provide a unique and creative experience for their customers. There is no […]

DC’s Zentan Snags Iron Chef Apprentice as New Executive Chef

If you like The Food Network’s Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, chances are you’ll want to be first in line when Zentan begins cranking out their new menu under new executive chef Yo Matsuzaki. Chef Matsuzaki worked under the Iron Chef for five years. This Japanese native will bring his French training, California attitude, and skills […]

Dear Candy Corn, You Suck!

Dear Candy Corn, We need to talk. This isn’t going to be easy for either of us – more so you than me – but it has to be done. Every year we have to deal with this, with you, and it just isn’t working anymore. On behalf of millions of Americans (real Americans), I […]

Perfect Collard Greens Recipe

You don’t have to be Southern to cook perfect collard greens. With everyone cooking kale and Swiss chard these days, collard green provide similar nutrients at a lower cost, but are often overlooked. The main complaints surrounding collard greens seem to be they are tough and/or bitter. Follow this simple recipe and you will have […]