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Chef SlangVIP | Chef Slang
March 24, 2017

Helllllloooo, red carpet. When you’re a special person, you get a super slick, international spy code-name from the kitchen. (Note: this message will self-destruct immediately after viewing.)

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Chefs Dish DC
March 10, 2017

CHEFS DISH DC | Chef Mike Isabella | Sponsored

Is D.C. the best place to be a chef right now? That’s one hell of a statement, but if you ask one of its greatest champions, Mike Isabella, the answer is a resounding yes. For him, the proof is in the proverbial pudding — ferociously creative food that just keeps coming.

In the final episode of our deep-dive series with washington.org, discover the best of 14th Street Corridor.

Chefs Dish DC
March 6, 2017

CHEFS DISH DC | Chef Carlos Delgado | Sponsored

If food is what develops a love for culture, then consider Washington, D.C. head over heels.

Our new D.C.-centric series with washington.org takes you deep into each unique neighborhood to discover the gems hiding in plain sight — this episode, China Chilcano’s Carlos Delgado explores H St. NE, with a guest appearance by Chef José Andrés.

Legacy
March 3, 2017

Legacy | Chestnut Maltagliati | Sponsored

What good is cooking if we can’t cook for those we love? The Pollnow kids may have been subjected to all things boxed and canned growing up, but now Ryan Pollnow — of San Francisco’s pasta epicenter flour & water — has made it his mission to welcome his sister into the culinary fold.

Maltagliati may translate to “poorly cut,” but with the Responsive Touch Technology™ on Prime by Chicago Cutlery™, they’ll be the nicest bad cuts you’ll ever make. Here’s to new beginnings.

Chefs Dish DC
February 22, 2017

CHEFS DISH DC | Chef Victor Albisu | Sponsored

For the last ten years, a small community of chefs has been saturating our nation’s capital with every idea they’ve got. Consider it time to dive in, people.

Our new DC-centric series with washington.org takes you deep into each unique neighborhood to discover the gems hiding in plain sight — in this new episode, explore Adams Morgan with born-and-bred local Victor Albisu, chef of Del Campo and Taco Bamba.

Chefs Dish DC
March 3, 2017

CHEFS DISH DC | Chef Marjorie Meek-Bradley | Sponsored

No matter where you are, cooking is a craft. It’s rare to find a public that sees that, and respects it — enter DC.

This DC-centric series with washington.org takes you deep into each unique neighborhood to discover the gems hiding in plain sight — in this new episode, Smoked and Stacked chef Marjorie Meek-Bradley shows you the best of Shaw.

Chefs Dish DC
February 13, 2017

CHEFS DISH DC | Chef Tim Ma | Sponsored

The only way to experience the soul of one of the country’s most tight-knit restaurant communities is to buddy up with someone on the inside. Our new DC-centric series with washington.org takes you deep into each flourishing neighborhood to discover the gems within.

This episode, explore The U Street Corridor (with a Shaw cameo) with Kyirisan’s Tim Ma.

#VEGGED
February 8, 2017

VEGGED | Haitian Stewed Chicken | Sponsored

In culinary circles, Chef Gregory Gourdet (Departure) is known for his fierce interpretations of classic dishes from all over the world. It comes as no surprise then, that his spin on the Haitian chicken staple of his youth is equally riveting.

Plus, it’s never been easier to prep and execute, thanks to Veggie Bullet — a 3-in-1 slicer that lets you focus on the best parts of cooking.

Opening Night
March 13, 2017

Opening Night at Nightbird | Chef Kim Alter

Years of blood, sweat, and tears, all distilled down into one fateful night for a local favorite and her team.

Opening Night immerses you in the rush of the unknown, as restaurants around the world open their doors for the first time. These things only happen once. Snag that coveted seat at the line, on us.

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