A new lunch program at Gesher Jewish Day School in Fairfax offers healthy options, vegetables from the school garden and composting. And it’s all served with a great, friendly attitude.
Joyful Food Markets, a program of Martha’s Table and the Capital Area Food Bank, are pop-up markets held in schools in DC’s Wards 7 and 8 that provide students with free, healthy food.
Recipe of the Week
Recipe courtesy of Rafi Hakimi, Panache Catering. Persian luleh kababs are made…
Hamburgers and hot dogs are usually the stars on July 4th, but why should the grill have all the fun? Wow your guests with these patriotic, but simple desserts.
After a long winter slumber, farmers markets around the country and the DC area in particular are waking up to a vibrant and colorful spring—the most exciting time to visit.
A newcomer to the DC food scene, Shouk offers bright and creative Mediterranean fast food—think pitas overflowing with veggies and crunchy salads—with no meat, dairy or other animal products in sight.
Lynda Cohen Loigman’s debut novel The Two-Family House explores the story of two brothers and their families, including many tense meals together. Melissa chats with the author about food memories and writing.