Lots of delicious international cuisine to discuss today.
This show was awash in great potables and related info.
We travel the world even as we celebrate the quintessentially American sport of football. Amoing the topics: Australian beef and lamb, Italian truffles and wines from France and Spain.
We meet the owners of a beloved pizza place in Kensington. And we also talk microgreens with an urban farmer, New American at a new spot in D.C., and drinks and coffee, too..
Our first show of 2020 examines and celebrates sous vide.
On the eve of D.C. Cocktail Week, our drinks segment features not one, but three mixologists.
Our annual, holiday gift-giving show never fails to deliver, and this year was no different. So, if you’re still searching for the ideal gift for that special someone, listen up! Joining us in-studio were City…
The Smithsonian puts a scholar to work to explore the history of what we eat and drink.
But this time fishy is good, as we speak with the founder of the Slapfish chain of sustainable seafood restaurants. And we see what happens when a soccer team partners with a winery.
The “Anniversary Waltz” would not be out of place, as it’s our 23rd wedding anniversary and 11th anniversary on the air.
So this restaurateur, two chefs, a mixologist, a distiller and a beer expert walk into a radio studio…
We tell you why your mama was right all along.
We tell you of a local supermarket where you can sip alcohol as you cruise the aisles with your shopping cart. And a local restaurateur, known for Turkish, French and Italian, now branches out into French cuisine.
Amy Brandwein discusses her new osteria, Gabriele Poli sings the praises of gelato and the bar guys from Georgetown’s Olivia discuss the gin program at their pan-Mediterranean eatery.