Harris Teeter customers in Northern Virginia, Washington D.C., Maryland and Delaware will soon see the prices on popular products drop, thanks to an expansion of the grocery store's lower price campaign.
You've been cutting your cake all wrong. Watch a video about the best way to do it.
Not every experience in D.C. is expensive and exclusive to big spenders. Here are some free and low-cost ideas for your next date.
Sushi may be a Japanese cuisine, but D.C.-area residents invite the dish into their hearts and their bellies as there is no shortage of sushi restaurants from which to choose.
Fairfax County is struggling to move ahead with its proposal to impose a 4 percent tax on meals at restaurants, lunchrooms, cafeterias, coffee shops and delis.
At eight local schools, students have some input when it comes to what goes on their lunch menu.
The Hemingway trail: 5 places where the late great writer lived, drank, fished and wrote
Feds visit SW Va. farmers market to highlight local food systems' ability to boost economy
Go For the Food: With "rockets" and tap brews, Haverhill, Massachusetts, hungry for a comeback
Loudoun County, known as D.C.'s wine country, will have a new, imported vintage come 2015. Illinois-based Cooper's Hawk Winery and Restaurant will open its first D.C. area location in Ashburn
A look at the saltiest foods as FDA prepares to issue sodium guidelines
Despite debate over liquor laws, Utah Oktoberfest likely to include beer after all
Washington unions back businesses in fight over fish consumption, water quality
Grocers, others, sue Vermont over law requiring labels on genetically modified food
Relentless Famous Amos reinvents his brand yet again with cookie venture in Hawaii
Michelle Obama pledges 'fight until the bitter end' to keep healthier school lunch standards
World Cup teams make sure players are well-fed with in-house nutritionists and chefs
The Daily Meal's annual Best Burgers in America list was expanded from the best 40 last year to the best 101 this year, and four Washington area burger joints make the list.
Washington barely makes the cut in a Top 10 Foodie Cities list from Livability.com, coming in at No. 10.
As a huge soccer fan, Maria Trabocchi of the Fiola family of Italian restaurants sympathized with the prep cooks who asked to put a TV in the prep kitchen for the next few weeks as the world's biggest soccer event plays out.
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