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KitchenWise: Recipe for cheddar and walnut souffles on arugula with pear dressing

By Sara Moulton

The prospect of making a souffle strikes fear into the hearts of many home cooks. There’s this misconception that a souffle is so delicate it will collapse if you so much as look at it sideways. 900 more words


How to Ball Out When Your Rents Are In Town

I spend all year compiling lists of restaurants I would eat at if I had fistfuls of cash, and then I shove all the reservations into one weekend when my parents come to town. 376 more words

Eat This In NYC


This is definitely the time of year for gingerbread. The aroma of baking gingerbread is one of the most elemental of Christmas fragrances, and gingerbread houses and gingerbread people have been important parts of our family’s celebrations for many years. 789 more words


Ian Boden to Cook at James Beard House

Our area’s dining continues to rack up the accolades.  Ian Boden has joined the list of area chefs to be invited to cook at the James Beard House, a much-deserved honor.  177 more words

Canary Wharf Station

My flickr contact James Beard took this outstanding interior of the architect Norman Foster’s Canary Wharf Underground station in London with his Canon 6D. Brilliant and dramatic image. 16 more words


Male Order Fulfillment

During Christmas in 1975 Mark got a job as supervisor with Williams-Sonoma’s burgeoning mail order business. Chuck Williams had started his Sonoma kitchen supply/hardware store in the late 1950’s then opened a second store in the City. 641 more words

A weekend of food, entertaining, and fun

Metro Cooking DC returns to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center

The weekend of Nov. 8 brought about the ninth annual Metro Cooking DC, a cooking and entertaining show that takes place every year around the same time—just in time to help with the holidays for entertaining inspiration and the opportunity to pick up some unique gifts for family and friends. 1,146 more words