Get lips like Lady Mary, drink wine like Lord Grantham: 'Downton Abbey' merchandise arrives
6 researchers emerge from dome after simulating life on Mars, studying foods for astronauts
Ted's Bulletin has been a local favorite for years, luring diners back to its Capitol Hill location for its boozy milkshakes and homemade pop tarts. Now, Ted's is expanding its reach with its second location on 14th Street in Northwest D.C.
They're here: Malia, Sasha join Obama, first lady for family vacation on Martha's Vineyard
Ever wonder what it would be like to watch Bryan Voltaggio parachute from an airplane, land in a field and create a culinary masterpiece? OK, so many Top Chef fans already watched this adrenaline-fueled adventure on the hit show's season premier, but one local company is hoping to bring that experience to hungry Washingtonians, firsthand.
Restaurant damaged in Boston Marathon bombings reopening; owner says he's nervous
Virginia wine sales break record again, more than 511,000 cases sold in FY2013
It could cost you more to bring your own bottle of wine to enjoy with dinner at a D.C. restaurant after new alcoholic beverage regulations take effect Wednesday.
Dr. Oz, The Daily Dose
Organic food products are traditionally more expensive for consumers than their conventional varieties. This difference in price is also felt by the farmers who grow and produce certified organic food. But a new program is helping small farmers grow certified natural food.
A local town is trying to carve out an identity in the midst of suburban sprawl -- and it's doing it by selling itself as a dining destination.
Judge: White former manager can't sue Paula Deen, brother for racial discrimination
Cuomo touring Finger Lakes to boost upstate wineries, award Governor's Cup for best NY vino
Dr. Drew, One Minute Clinic
Go For the Food: Ditch Washington's monuments, head for the local favorite grilled cheese
It's not a state, but that doesn't stop the District of Columbia from having a state fair. Back for its fourth year, the annual DC State Fair is slated for Sept. 28.
Coming in 2014 to a brewery near you is River City Cannery, D.C.'s first mobile canning service.
Black bear breaks into Idaho kitchen, licks leftover Chinese food from cast iron pan
Turkey introduces warning labels for alcoholic drinks, including 'Alcohol is not your friend'