So mea culpa, I'll try to return to more frequent posting over here in between some traveling (it's definitely been the year for that) I'm doing in the next few weeks. Hopefully that will yield a heck of a lot of nice photos and some good food stories to share. In the meantime, some previous photos and links:
- DC chefs headed to the James Beard House in New York City, and I was lucky enough to cover it. Note to self: plan a trip exclusively to Brooklyn, since everyone and their mother had some place that has the best brunch/tacos/fried chicken/donuts/insert-food-of-choice-here. Check out the photos above.
- Food, Wine & Co. is the next place you should head to if you're in Bethesda.
- Some DC chefs and a few writers shared their farmer's market tips with me. Don't head to the market this weekend without reading about their favorite vendors, produce tips and more.
- In recent restaurant openings, Mayfair & Pine opened in Glover Park and Boloco opened their first location outside the Boston area and watch out for more locations from them in DC. Down on H street, H &pizza opened their doors and I have to say, their pizza was pretty damn good.
- Pound The Hill has a bistro concept going for dinner that you might have heard about. And yes, you might have also heard about some of the small restaurant's business concerns on Eater. Their food really is great, so do yourself a favor and make a reservation for dinner and support a good local place.
- Churchkey brings you fried chicken and donuts. I repeat, fried chicken and donuts. Fried chicken done in three styles, with a whole mess of side dishes and did I mention, donuts?
- In my quest to interview the chefs that helped get the DC food scene off the ground, I sat down and talked with Ann Cashion of Johnny's on the Half Shell. Read part 1 for the interview and part 2 for a recipe.
Take a bite: www.bonappetitfoodie.com.