Roll out the barrels, and bacteria!
Making pumpkin ale has become an annual rite at many craft breweries, including Mad Fox Brewing Company in Falls Church, which this week released "Punkinator," its special seasonal beer made with the familiar orange gourd.
They are among the best chefs in the region and they recently squared off as part of a national competition.
Over a boozy brunch at Belga Café in Capitol Hill, new friends Vanessa French, 38, and Lisa Byrne, 35, bonded over their love of wine and their frustration with its omission from the list of week-long celebrations in D.C. So they made their own.
Hershey targets China and the US with new soft caramel line Lancaster
Mayor Vincent Gray has proposed banning Styrofoam food containers in the District, citing their harmful effect on the Anacostia River.
Most of us know how it feels to wake up with a terrible hangover. Researchers say they have determined the bust cure.
Local breweries head to Denver to compete, learn and hobnob with the rock stars of craft brewing.
Dr. Drew, One Minute Clinic
Dr. Oz, The Daily Dose
"Order up!" may not be the first words most runners hear after a hard run, but for more than 150 Washingtonians, it's very familiar.
If the stalemate on Capitol Hill cuts off federal food assistance programs, area food banks could bare the brunt of feeding hungry families in the D.C. region beginning in November.
D.C. Councilmember and mayoral hopeful Tommy Wells wasted no time in introducing a living wage bill after Mayor Vincent Gray vetoed legislation last month that would have hiked the minimum wage in Washington from $8.25 to $12.25.
The federal government shutdown could leave America's craft beer brewers with a serious hangover.
What women eat when they're young could help prevent breast cancer.
Quiet, please. Your dinner will now be served.
There's a desert in Prince George's County. In fact, according to the USDA, there are 22 of them, all food deserts. And one local man is on a mission to turn those deserts into a nutritional oasis.
Beer experts call yeast "the conductor of the orchestra." The American Society for Microbiology is trying to help beer lovers understand the synergy between microbiology and brewing beer. The key? Keeping the yeast happy.