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In The Kitchen With STK DC: Where an unmiSTKeable Experience Is Always On The Menu
Drink / Eat / Restaurants / Reviews

In The Kitchen With STK DC: Where an unmiSTKeable Experience Is Always On The Menu

Wednesday night found us descending on DuPont Circle for a much-anticipated dinner at STK DC. A NY native, the STK in the Meat Packing District is hands-down one of my favorite restaurants in all of New York. STK has a winning formula, which generated major success in NY and Vegas. They offer the unique experience of … Continue reading »



IMUSA Chinese New Year Steamed Veggies & Pineapple Sweet and Sour Sauce Recipe
Recipes

IMUSA Chinese New Year Steamed Veggies & Pineapple Sweet and Sour Sauce Recipe

Confession time. We didn’t make any New Years resolutions other than to eat more. Go ahead. Fat shame us all you. #Aintnobodygottimeforthat Now, if you were one of those people who promised themselves to eat better and decidedly drop that “Freshman 15″, mommy pudge, or beer gut, we’re saying Chinese New Year is the time … Continue reading »

Curried Stone Crab Risotto Recipe: Sponsored by RSVP International
Kitchen Goods & Gadgets / Recipes / Reviews

Curried Stone Crab Risotto Recipe: Sponsored by RSVP International

We have to admit we’ve been sitting on this recipe and feature for RSVP International for a few months. Why? Because we wanted to create the perfect recipe to plate in RSVP’s Japanese Crackle bowls. Sure, we could have gone with plain rice, or taken the easy way out with dips, but we’ve been wanting … Continue reading »

Waterfront Station Hosts First SOUP-er Bowl Competition & Taste-off January 24
Events

Waterfront Station Hosts First SOUP-er Bowl Competition & Taste-off January 24

There’s always something to do in DC, but it’s not always something new. This weekend (Saturday, January 24) from 1pm-4pm at the Waterfront Station the public is invited to join several of DC’s chefs and restaurants for the first ever SOUP-er Bowl soup and chili competition and taste-off. The event is free to the public … Continue reading »