Food news, plus a Gainesville restaurant owner is raising money to eliminate school lunch debt.
Boxwood Estate Winery in Middleburg celebrates its 10th anniversary this weekend with the release of Boxwood Estate Reserve, a Bordeaux-style blend and its first sauvignon blanc. [Facebook]
Continental Beer Garden opens tomorrow with 10 taps of German and Virginia beers, plus sangria, punches and slushies. [Eater]
Former politician Rob Krupicka is spreading the gospel of Sugar Shack doughnuts and tapping into Together We Bake graduates for his employees. [Washington City Paper]
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The New York Times‘ cooking section is now under a paywall. Subscribers will get access, or there’s a $5 monthly charge. [New York Times]
Joe Yonan swears beets can sub for tuna in this poke recipe. [Washington Post]
Two studies report varying findings on how a $15 minimum wage impacts the Seattle restaurant industry and its workers. [The New York Times]