Counter Intelligence

Five on Food: Articles From the Wednesday Dining Pages

Posted in District of Columbia by melissamccart on April 8, 2009

unstacked1) Building on Layers of Tradition. New York Times. New York is obsessed with the banh mi, right down to cries of protest when David Chang dropped his from the menu. DC has had its share of the sandwich in pockets around the city and the ‘burbs. Are we wedded to tradition or open to creativity?

2) Bring on the Feast. Washington Post. A month of prep for Greek Orthodox Easter.

3) Homemade Easter Candies. LA Times. Marshmallow, chocolate and mint.

4) Top 100. San Francisco Chronicle. The annual best restaurants edition.

5) Meat Me Halfway. Boston Globe. “But lately the food world has seen a slight retreat from this meaty fervor – a step back, a measured gaze, and a thought bubbling up: Perhaps less is, after all, more.”

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