Friday foodie news to share.
By: Natalie Manitius
James Beard Foundation semi-finalists include Luca Paschina of Barboursville Vineyards for Outstanding Wine Professional and Cathal Armstrong of Restaurant Eve and Tarver King of The Restaurant at Patowmack Farm for Best Mid-Atlantic Chef . [JBF]
Model Jourdan Dunn‘s video cooking show, Well Dunn with Jourdan Dunn, starts its third season with a vegan Thai chili recipe.
Arlington welcomes truck DC Sliders, equipping lunch-goers with an eclectic mix of mini burgers. Among them are the Elvis burger, a slider dressed with peanut butter, banana and bacon and the Slider Mac, a beefy bun topped with mac and cheese. [ARLnow]
Willow Restaurant unveiled new lunch specials, including smoked brisket and chorizo chili and New England clam chowder. [Willow]
California weather woes threaten brewers: The state’s drought forces Lagunitas Brewing Company and Petaluma Brewing Company, among others, to consider new alternatives for keeping water sources afloat. [NPR]
Old Bust Heading Brewing Company releases Chinquapin Chestnut Porter this weekend.