• Carla Hall hosts Chefs Take a Stand

    10/3/14 2:33 PM Comment

    Domestic violence is a serious issue that affects families around the world. Female chefs are taking a stand to end it.They're doing it with a charity event that combines top notch food and creative cocktails to support the National Network to End Domestic Violence.

  • Loudoun Men Are Cooking

    10/2/14 1:26 PM Comment

    The Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority and the Omega Psi Phi fraternity are coming together this Saturday to host the inaugural Loudoun Men Are Cooking event. It will feature culinary showcases of signature dishes prepared by amateur and professional male chefs...and it's all to raise money for a good cause!

  • Cooking with gold

    9/30/14 9:46 AM Comment

    Glittering gold adds a stunning accent to any outfit. But, what about gold on your dinner plate? One innovative chef is bringing 24-karat gold to delicious dishes!

  • Fall wedding menu trends

    9/26/14 4:46 PM Comment

    Move over, spring...fall weddings are the next big thing! The rustic, simple and earthy themes of the season open up so many incredible menu possibilities!

  • What are the most-tweeted foods in D.C., Virginia and Maryland?

    9/25/14 7:55 AM

  • Historic Manassas Restaurant Week runs through Sept. 27

    9/25/14 12:59 AM

  • National Hispanic Heritage Month

    9/24/14 3:15 PM Comment

    September 15th to October 15th marks National Hispanic Heritage Month. It's an occasion to celebrate the historical and cultural contributions of Hispanic Americans.

  • FARE Walk for Food Allergy

    9/23/14 3:38 PM Comment

    More than 15 million Americans suffer from food allergies, which means there are more than 15 million reasons to join the FARE Walk for Food Allergy this weekend. Two walks will take place in our area to help find a cure for those affected by the condition.

  • Culinary elite roasts D.C. chef Nora Pouillon for charity

    9/23/14 12:49 AM

  • Matzah ball soup for Rosh Hashanah

    9/22/14 2:04 PM Comment

    On Wednesday evening, Jews around the world will gather to begin celebrating Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. The holiday wouldn't be complete without one of the most iconic Jewish foods, matzah balls!

  • Historic Manassas Restaurant Week

    9/22/14 2:03 PM Comment

    If you're looking for a rich blend of history and local flavors, then you'll want to check out Historic Manassas Restaurant Week! They're offering great deals on delicious food, now through Saturday.

  • Chefs for Equality

    9/19/14 1:51 PM Comment

    Next week, chefs from around the area will come together to work toward full equality for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual community. The event is called Chefs for Equality.

  • DC VegFest

    9/18/14 1:55 PM Comment

    Whether you're vegan, vegetarian, or veg-curious, DC VegFest is the place to be! The free outdoor festival is happening this weekend.

  • The Food Waste Fiasco

    9/15/14 3:27 PM Comment

    According to a recent study, Americans throw away $165 billion worth of food per year, and a large portion of this waste is made up of unsold fruits and vegetables from grocery stores. To raise awareness about the growing problem, one man is cycling across the country eating only food found in dumpsters!

  • "Mad Men" inspired food and cocktail parings

    9/15/14 3:23 PM Comment

    The popular AMC show, "Mad Men," is on hiatus until their next and final season premieres in the spring. Until then, fans can get their fix of the Emmy-winning series...with food and cocktails!

  • Annual Downtown Hyattsville Arts Festival

    9/11/14 4:17 PM Comment

    This Saturday, arts and crafts, live performers, and tasty local food will be in one place. It's all for the Annual Downtown Hyattsville Arts Festival.

  • Food container ban proposed by Montgomery County lawmakers

    9/9/14 10:45 PM

  • A breakthrough in urban gardening

    9/2/14 2:04 PM Comment

    The concept of urban gardening has been gaining traction in cities around the world, but one scientific discovery is giving the phrase a whole new meaning!

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