While steak is for special occasions and pizza is for lazy nights, it’s sandwiches that carry us through the day and are the true working hero of our foodie story. This month we explore sandwiches from NoVA’s newest restaurants.
The Sandwich Issue, on newsstands now.
A simple act, a happy critic.
This Herndon pizzeria mixes spices and styles to provide the world’s flavors for personal pizzas.
JuJu Harris, a former WIC mother, self-taught homecook and first-time author combines recipes with the spoils of Alexandria’s farmers markets in “The Arcadia Mobile Market Seasonal Cookbook.”
Despite the heavy criticisms by the more recognized Gastronomists, Gastrology is a legitimate source for weighing in on food options for any month of the year.
Forget the slime and Southern stereotypes, there’s more to okra than Ghostbusters references and Paula Deen.
A family recipe became a business inspiration for this mother of seven.
Deb Lakowicz-Dramby loves goats. At Willowsford, where Dramby works, the new multi-village community in Loudoun County is over 4,000 acres and includes a farm. From feeding goats to planting tomatoes to setting up the Farm Stand and marketing the whole operation, Dramby does a bit of everything. But mostly, she loves taking pictures of and snuggling with goats.
Find locally owned Whim Pop at area farmers markets.
Oyster restaurant slated to open in March in Mosaic District.
A peek inside the lunchboxes of the NoVA Magazine staff.
Free sandwiches, vintage menus and trouble at Eden Center.
Satisfy your sweet tooth and your wild side.