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Try out your own hamantaschen at home this week with one of my favorite recipes from the City Tavern Baking and Dessert Cookbook. more
In a year of unprecedented firsts, it only seems fitting that now we have to figure out what to do for Valentine’s Day. more
Indoor dining is finally underway on the Hill, and restaurants are honing their service, sanitation and seating to make the experience a success this winter. more
This is typically the time of year I start to count the days until spring. Just when I think it can’t get any colder, a polar vortex is here, with plans to stick around for weeks. more
The year 2021 may just be the perfect storm for a restaurant revolution, an experimental food frenzy unlike any we‘ve ever seen. more
This week marks the end of a very long, very dismal year, a year that was nothing we hoped it would be. more
Today is Christmas Eve, and chef Altenor Vaval will wake at dawn to head to the kitchen he runs at 123 Price Street in Germantown, leaving his wife and children for most of the day to cook more than … more
As I sit here contemplating what I need to make for the Christmas Eve and Christmas Day dinners, I can’t help but wonder: what if I had some of it catered? more
As fewer family members and friends join us around the table for a big feast, it presents an opportunity to make our tables homey, festive and welcoming, with a laid back, personal touch. more
This year I have discovered a game-changing secret, one that will finally kickstart some cookie making traditions of my own, and it’s all thanks to one lady, the lady who changed the way I will think about holiday cookie making forever. more
So you sprung for the 20-pound turkey because you couldn’t find a smaller one. Better yet, you earned a free turkey at your local grocery store, and you happily loaded that 25-pound prize into … more
For the past eight months, I have delved into the world of DIY in ways I never thought possible. I used to think DIY meant spending five hours putting together a maddening Ikea product. But since … more
One of my favorite things to do is grocery shop. I think I’ve spoken before in this column about how I love a nice, leisurely trip to the grocery store to pick out foods and see products, plan … more
“What is the essence of life? To serve others and to do good.” - Aristotle It is a Monday morning, just before 9 a.m. and already, the parking lot at the First Presbyterian Church in … more
When you were a kid, what was the worst thing that could happen on Halloween? Think back. It wasn’t having to carry a ratty floral pillowcase to collect candy or coming home with a cruddy candy … more
There is no doubt this has been the season of DIY. Somehow, added time at home and with immediate family has sparked all kinds of inspiration, from painting those dingy walls to baking up … more
Let’s face it, foodies: summer was kind of a culinary void, a strange absence of all the gustatory glory we love in all the places where we dine for family time, camaraderie, celebratory meals, … more
There is a refreshing new shop to explore this fall, one that fills a healthy food niche for the Hill. Smoothie lovers and those who want to experiment with acai bowls, pitaya bowls and spinach … more
This week marks the annual national celebration of a fall staple: the chicken pot pie, the ultimate one-dish autumn meal. The pie, which became an American staple in the 1950s in its frozen form, … more
Tucked in the rear of the building at 8419 Germantown Avenue, just across the street from Weavers Way Co-op, sits a Hill restaurant that aims to change the way we all think about vegan … more
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