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Hoppers and Other Goodies at the Asian Food Festival

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Last Sunday, three friends and I loaded into my car for a drive to the Washington Buddhist Vihara on 16th St. — the location of the Asian Food Festival, sponsored by the Embassy of Sri Lanka. The vihara (monastery) is essentially a house in a […]

First Lobster Roll of the Summer

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As a person of the same name, I felt a certain obligation to patronize the Doug the Food Dude truck. How could I not? We Dougs have to stick together. Doug the Food Dude was conveniently parked at Truckeroo on Friday. Here’s the lobster roll I […]

Food Truck Nirvana: Truckeroo

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Truckeroo, DC’s monthly food truck festival, combines everything you’d want from a summer activity: outdoor venue, cool breeze coming off the water, live music, beer and mucho food options. That’s pretty much all I need out of a Friday evening. The hard part is figuring […]

Champagne and More at the Barracks Row Culinary Education Crawl

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A blustery, cold afternoon didn’t dampen the fun at the recent Barracks Row Culinary Education Crawl.  In fact, I’d say the food and drink helped keep us warm. After a few glasses of champagne, you feel no pain. The champagne was courtesy of the tasting […]

Seeing Tom, Gail and Giada at the Metro Cooking and Entertaining Show

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I learned something at the recent Metropolitan Cooking and Entertaining Show: Tom Colicchio’s and Gail Simmons’s fans are into “Top Chef”; Giada De Laurentiis’s fans are a cross between Kathy Bates in “Misery” and Oprah’s audience. First though, the show itself. Held at the Walter […]