In The Kitchen With Grand Trunk: Savor 1,600 miles of South Asian Cuisine in 1 Quick Serve Menu
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In The Kitchen With Grand Trunk: Savor 1,600 miles of South Asian Cuisine in 1 Quick Serve Menu

One thing that DC is not short on is international/ethnic dining options. Cuban, Burmese, Thai, Ethiopian, Mexican, Indian, Afghan… you name it, we have it. There’s always something new to try, and if you’re like us that bucket list of eateries just keeps growing. Since moving to the DMV area we’ve been on the look … Continue reading »

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

Curried Stone Crab Risotto Recipe: Sponsored by RSVP International
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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 »

In The Kitchen With Nonna’s Kitchen: Goodbye Tuscany, Hello Piedmont
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In The Kitchen With Nonna’s Kitchen: Goodbye Tuscany, Hello Piedmont

If one was to travel from Tuscany to Piedmont it would easily be a four-plus hour car ride. Although likely scenic thanks to the Italian coastal drive, however that’s not taking into account one must get from the western hemisphere to the eastern hemisphere first. It’s a long, expensive trip – one we’re sure is … Continue reading »