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Just five years ago, an all-local beer like Native Son might have been nearly impossible to brew. But thanks to the New industry growing around NoVA brewers, such a beer might just be the norm in the near future.
This Chantilly treat mixes Continental cooking with Eastern flavor.
Cathal Armstrong, chef and owner of Restaurant Even in Alexandria, talks about his new cookbook and the history of Irish cuisine.
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.
The cousin of cabbage and broccoli, the cold-weather friendly turnip is a generous addition to this bleak time of year.
The intertwining of paleontology and beer-brewery results in a unique beverage.
Who says chocolate has to be sweet. Tim Douglas bends the norm by blending flavors into his Virginia made sweets.
The self-proclaimed “cheese lady” of Cheesetqiue actually eats very little cheese on a daily basis, but the Del Ray resident does sneak in a tasting of chorizo mac ‘n’ cheese, a Wisconsin gouda and date night with her husband.
Katie Carter upgrades the cheese agenda at The Curious Grape.
In NoVA, CSAs mean more than just fruits and vegetables.
A round-up of food news in Northern Virginia.
NoVA restaurateur Sal Speziale opens another Italian place.
Celebrate Easter Sunday with NoVA dining.