Chef and philanthropist José Andrés sent Ellen a special cocktail and cake for her birthday! The two also talked about the incredible work his World Central Kitchen organization has done to feed people across America, and who influenced him to live a life dedicated to serving others. Ellen a…
Ted Bennett and Deborah Cahn have been planting grapes making wine and non alcoholic grape juice since the 1970s in Northern California's Anderson Valley. First they planted Gewurztraminer and Pinot Noir. Today their daughter Sarah operates PennyRoyal Farm with Erika Mckenzie Chapter. Al…
1) Valley Milkhouse Lady's Slipper and WitchGrass Lady's Slipper 's rind is soaked in hard cider from Frecon Farms of Boyertown.Pennsylvania which has been in business since 1944 .This tomme style is well worth ordering.Witchgrass is a lactic cheese ripened using vegetable ash.
The rind of this cheese has a coat of tomato and extra virgin olive oil, which gives it a tang. It is made of raw sheep’s milk produced in March, hence the name, and available in June. Don’t wait till 2021 see if you can find some now to take away the quarantine blues.
The Japanese spice blend: Schichimi Togarashi, composed of nori, toasted sesame, poppy, and hemp seeds, chili flakes, and ginger. Adds the heat. If you are looking for a semi-hard cheese with a creamy texture definitely worth a try.
Farmer Al started the farm in 1976. All the fruit in the ice cream sandwiches is grown on the farm and one person makes the ice cream over 2 days in the kitchen supervised by Farmer Al's wife. With Suburban Maryland having a long period of over 90 degrees I have been enjoying them and you w…
ROCKVILLE – After finding success in the Fairfax and Washington, D.C. areas, Eerkin’s Uyghur Cuisine, an Uyghur family-owned restaurant, has moved onto Rockville Pike to set up its first Maryland location, in the address of the former Japanese bistro café Rolls ‘n Rice. Three years in the business, the family is hoping to expand understanding […]
BETHESDA – The Bethesda community came together once again on Oct. 5 for the 30th annual Taste of Bethesda, a food and music festival organized by the Bethesda Urban Partnership. The festival welcomed between 30,000 to 40,000 attendees, bringing in more than 40 restaurants and 13 musical guests and dance troupes. [See more photos from […]
BURTONSVILLE — For Baltimore Orioles legend and Hall of Fame player, Cal Ripken, Jr., one of the favorite memories he has had in his 20-year major league baseball career was beating the New York Yankees in a late-season series in the Bronx. Ripken said there was almost no better feeling he had had in his […]
According to Windridge Vineyards owner Robert Butz, wine from the Mid-Atlantic area has a “complexity of flavor,” involving “a balance of fruit character and earthiness that is both unique and enjoyable.” The Poolesville-based vineyards is an offshoot of the Windridge Farm in Frederick, which Butz’s father founded in 1959 and is currently owned by Butz […]
Pho is a relatively simple dish. The soup consists of rice noodles, broth, herbs, and meat. Pho began as a street food in Vietnam during the early 20th century, according to Santa Clara University.
Local Restaurateur Alonso Roche is serving the dish as a part of Bethesda restaurant TapaBar’s transformation into a place to tinker with new culinary concepts – what he is calling a “pop-up food lab.”
“We love Pho. We were trying to do something simple that was easy to put in place quickly,” Roche said. “My brother and I realized we were eating pho once or twice a week at least, and that there’s no pho around here.”
Looking for a new spot to get your morning pick-me-up but don’t want to have to wait in those obnoxious Starbucks lines? Well wait no longer because Coffee Republic , located in King Farm Village Center, might be just the place your caffeine addiction and morning routine have been looking for.
Opened in October of last year, this neighborhood coffee shop currently boasts a four-star Yelp rating, under the ownership of four business partners and fellow owners of Bean Good Coffee Co. in Arlington, according to the local blog Rockville View. These high reviews can be accredited to their top-notch espresso and coffee beverages, along with their decadent baked goods and cozy interior.
Nestled amongst the hustle and bustle of downtown Rockville and tucked away next to the ever-so-popular Kung Fu Tea, is a little taste of Paris one might not expect to find in your typical American strip mall. Opened in November 2015, Lavande Patisserie prides itself in being “your home away from home” as a local artisan coffee shop combining sophistication and quality in everything from the food to the decor.
Using the freshest ingredients whenever possible, Lavande’s seasonal menus host an array of intricate desserts and savory options, served up alongside their handcrafted coffee beverages. The pastries are clearly the stars of the show, as you are immediately greeted with a beautiful showcase of the day’s pastries upon entering the cafe.
And yes, they do taste as good as they look.
GAITHERSBURG- Music, food and liquor. You can find it all in Flower Hill at The Grille.
The idea of a successful family-owned and operated restaurant serving only fresh food seems anachronistic in today’s economy, but that’s what the owners of The Grille at Flower Hill in the Flower Hill Shopping center hope to achieve.
Linda Kushner’s home speaks volumes of her past profession. The front door is painted fuchsia, the walls are pastel colors – yellow, green, orange, purple and pink – and the walls are carved to become shelves. Kushner has been an interior designer for more than 30 years. This April, the only things she will be designing are food platters at Linda’s Luncheonette.