Tag: port city flavor

Foodie: Embrace “healthy-ish” eating with Spike Mendelsohn’s açaí bowls

By Spike Mendelsohn From burgers to beets to everything in between, my culinary journey has been focused on simple, fresh ingredients. As plant-based eating continues to...

Find health and happiness through intuitive eating

By Elizabeth M. Holm Healthy eating has become America’s obsession. Paleo, keto, gluten-free, vegan, plant-based, clean eating and intermittent fasting currently are all the rage. No...

Chef Sebastien Rondier’s roasted duck

A native of southwest France, Chef Sebastien Rondier grew up eating Roasted Duck à l'Orange in place of the American holiday turkey. Rondier’s interpretation of...

A new tenant for city’s Ice House

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] The city’s Ice House could be back in business if Goodies Frozen Custard & Treats has its way. The carry-out frozen...

Silver Diner joins new West Alex development

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] Silver Diner, an East Coast restaurant chain headquartered in the D.C. region, plans to lease about 6,587 square feet of...

Taqueria Picoso to open in Shops at Mark Center

By Missy Schrott | [email protected] A new taco restaurant is coming to the West End this holiday season. Owner Tom Voskuil plans to open Taqueria Picoso,...

Local food incubator adds Freed’s Biscuit Company and 100 Bowls

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] Pendleton Carry Out Co., a food incubator that serves as a test market for brands that want to expand in...

Selecting and pairing cheese, charcuterie and wine

By Jill Erber What is it about cheese, wine and charcuterie that keeps us enthralled year after year? Simply put, folks love good food that is...

The evolution of outdoor dining in Alexandria

By Missy Schrott | [email protected] When it’s not 90 degrees with 75 percent humidity and when people aren’t sprinting for cover in an impromptu thunderstorm,...