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China Chilcano - Washington, D.C.

I was invited to China Chilcano for a birthday dinner.  This is a José Andrés Chinese-Peruvian fusion restaurant.  The space is well decorated with a mural and colorful lights.   64 more words

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The FoodboombloggerWest tackles another burning issue: the small plate trend and sharing.

I object. Enough. No more small plate formats please. I don’t like to share. 809 more words


#Paellagate- How a country got so upset about a piece of chorizo

Although this Blog is mainly about Scottish and British Food, being Spanish, it was impossible not to follow the saga caused by Jaime Oliver’s paella recipe.   1,126 more words

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Washington, DC - 7/14/16 - Jaleo and Pineapple and Pearls

I happened to find myself on this block around lunch time and as somehow I had never previously visited Jaleo, decided it was a perfect time.  507 more words

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China Chilcano --- Lunch on 22 August 2016

José Andrés, who is probably Washington’s best known and most popular chef, is generally credited with being the man who brought tapas to America. Innovative as ever, he opened a new restaurant called… 228 more words


Strawberries Drowning in Red Wine

I can usually speed-flip my way through Cooking Light Magazine in about four minutes.  I reject most of the recipes — because my family would have to be on the brink of starvation before they would eat something called Collard Green Quinoa Wraps.   299 more words



You know that fancy restaurant right outside the Gallery Place Metro Station? The one with the slightly harsh looking statue outside? That is Zaytinya. I’ve been told to go to this restaurant for almost four years now, courtesy of my good friend Andrew. 316 more words

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