The olive oil adds a hint of sophistication, but these are still the friendly, comforting, delicious little morsels we all know and love, sure to put a smile on anyone’s face no matter what.
Kramerbooks will stay put in Dupont for at least three years and a new spot for socially-distanced drinking opened in Shaw.
Here's an incredibly flavorful, satisfying meal that happens to be quite healthy. It comes across as kind of fancy, but truly couldn’t be easier to prepare (four ingredients!).
This drink was created by a bartender who is extremely popular with the female clientele of a flying saucer-shaped bar in Bratislava.
Serve with some good crusty bread, lots of fresh herbs, a sprinkle of creamy, sharp cheese just to gild the lily a bit. And, of course, we can’t forget the wine.
Kramerbooks & Afterwords owner Steve Salis will soon morph the landmark Dupont bookstore and 24-hour café at 1517 Connecticut Ave. NW into a bar...
Updated by using real chopped chocolate (not cocoa powder), these are so, so good — more like a candy than a cookie.
The market boasts new vendors, enthusiastic young volunteers — including teenagers who are maintaining the market’s Instagram and Facebook accounts — and a community-friendly configuration.
This version has warm, bubbling peaches, a higher than usual crumble-to-fruit ratio and a lot less sugar than most crisp/crumble recipes.
Flatbreads are quick and endlessly versatile — the perfect salty, savory nibble to pair with a cool cocktail or glass of rosé.