Counter Intelligence

Five on Food: Articles from the Wednesday Dining Pages

Posted in District of Columbia by melissamccart on April 1, 2009

1) Marinated in the Morning, Grilled at Night. Washington Post. Jane Black’s terrific primer on Peruvian cuisine includes when to eat ceviche (morning), the importance of ajis, beef heart as street food, and sweet potato doughnuts.

2) How I Learned to Love Goat Meat. New York Times. Goat is the most widely consumed meat and the world. And it’s finally being featured more widely on menus in New York and Washington.

3) 31 Flavors? Think Outside the Carton. LA Times. David Lebovitz suggests finding inspiration for unusual flavors.

4) Get Creative with Rice Bowls. San Francisco Chronicle. Make your own bibimbap.

5) New Zealand or American Lamb? Boston Globe. Depends on how much fat you want.


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