January 30th, 2017

Sweet Tea: It’s Where I Draw The [Mason-Dixon] Line

There’s a line Founding Foodie Amy won’t stand to be crossed when it comes to iced tea: SUGAR. As in, don’t add any. Sweet tea wasn’t even in her vocabulary before moving to Washington, D.C. Though she’s lived in the area for more than a decade now, it’s still not a taste she’s acquired — until now. But not in the way you might imagine… Continue reading Read more

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We The Eaters
January 2nd, 2017

Tea: It’s Not Just For Sipping

Founding Foodie Sarah kicks off our “cooking with tea” series sharing some ideas that go beyond baked goods. Wile she’s looking for a break from the holiday sweets, she can’t resist adding black tea to a marmalade glazed pork loin. Continue reading Read more

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We The Eaters
February 21st, 2016

Brunswick Stew

We’re snowed in up to our keisters here in the Washington, D.C. area, dreaming of food to keep us warm. We’re in luck! It’s our last week celebrating stews, and new contributing Eater Debbie shares a tale of a certain “camp stew”, traditionally made with, well … squirrel. But trust her, it’s adaptable and there are plenty of ways to make it without having to skin our little furry friends. Of course, if you’re desperate, I’ve seen a few pudgy squirrels ’round these parts. Continue reading Read more

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March
This month we're teaching you (and, in the process, learning ourselves) how to make our own butter. We start with the basics then talk browned, clarified and flavored. No matter how you roll it, butter just might be our favorite food group.

 
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