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How to Make Mark Bittman’s Simple, Satisfying Veggie Burgers

Source: Grub Street NY

These burgers are fantastic served on a bun with the usual fixings, no matter which bean you use, but I will say that black beans are my fave. If you start with well-seasoned, cooked-by-you beans, the results are even better. Like almost all veggie burgers, these hold together better if …

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Morning Notes

Source: ARLnow

ACPD Releases New Video of Sex Assault Suspect — Arlington County Police have released new video of the man suspected of sexually assaulting a woman in her Rosslyn condo last month. Police are still seeking more information about the suspect. [Twitter, YouTube]

Big Brother Contestant Is From Arlington — One of the contestants on the upcoming season of CBS’ Big Brother is Matthew Clines, a 33-year-old renovation consultant from Arlington. The show premieres on Wednesday, June 28. [CBS, Hollywood Reporter]

Nam-Viet Closing in D.C. — The Cleveland Park outpost of Arlington’s Nam-Viet restaurant is ...

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VIDEO: The art of crafting ice at Japanese cocktail lounge Himitsu

Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

Himitsu is a Japanese-inspired cocktail lounge hidden away in the heart of Buckhead. Photo: Emily Andrews

There may be few things nerdier in cocktails these days than an ice program. Yes, we’ve heard it all before: “how pretentious,” “who cares about ice,” “those darn hipsters and their ridiculous trends.” Even we have to admit some trends deserve a swift kick in the rear on their way out the front door. But, considering one of the main elements of a cocktail is water whether through shaking, rocks in your drink or chilling of a glass, you may want to rethink your ...

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DoorDash: Get Food Delivered To Your Front Door

Source: Atlanta Restaurant Blog

We’re all so busy these days, who even has time to swing by a restaurant to pick up food? Going from meeting to evening activities like volunteering, hitting the gym or kids sporting activities. That’s where DoorDash comes in. The food ordering and delivery system will let you easily choose from lots of restaurants and […]

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Seoul of the South: Your Guide to Korean Eats in Duluth, GA

Source: Atlanta Restaurant Blog

While you may think a trip to Buford Highway is the only way to experience ethnic eats in Atlanta, a trip to Gwinnett’s Korean neighborhood of Duluth, will certainly change your mind about that. Atlanta’s Korean population is about 100,000 and a majority live in the Duluth area. If you’ve wanted to try Korean food […]

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Video: How Local Restaurants Stayed Open Through the Blizzard

Source: ARLnow

It was hard enough for many Arlington residents to leave their house during last weekend’s blizzard — literally, two-plus feet of snow blocked many doors from opening — so imagine how hard it was to run a restaurant during the storm.

Yet, local establishments like A-Town Bar & Grill, Don Tito and Liberty Tavern did just that.

On Tuesday night, at ARLnow Presents: Running a Restaurant in Arlington, several prominent Arlington restaurant owners told attendees how they pulled it off.

Scott Parker, co-owner of A-Town and Don Tito, said his company paid for staff members to stay in nearby hotels — the Hilton ...

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Best Tacos In Philadelphia: Now With Video!

Source: Philadelphia Magazine » Foobooz

Dos Tacos | Photo by Claudia Gavin

Dos Tacos | Photo by Claudia Gavin

Hey, remember when we went and made a list of the best tacos in Philadelphia for you?

You do? That’s awesome. Glad to be of service. But now, for those of you out there who are more visual learners, check this out: The video version of that same thing, courtesy of 6ABC and starring Art Etchells as himself.

Enjoy.

20 Best Tacos In Philly [f8b8z]

The post Best Tacos In Philadelphia: Now With Video! appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

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GRAIN Bar, Midtown Atlanta, Review

Source: Atlanta Restaurant Blog

GRAIN bar, open in the heart of Midtown Atlanta, has been open for nearly a year, serving up small bites and craft cocktails. The small restaurant has inside and outdoor seating but the bar is where all the action is. Settle in to the bar at GRAIN and watch veteran bartender whip up one dazzling […]

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Sugarfina: A Candy Lovestory

Source: Atlanta Restaurant Blog

Adult candy? Yep! Think candy bento boxes at Sugarfina coming to Lenox Square Mall. Who says candy isn’t romantic? Not Rosie and Josh, creators of Sugarfina. The couple met online and instantly bonded over their shared love of candy. They wanted to share their love of candy with the entire world. Sugarfina originated in California, […]

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Diner, Atlantic Station: Elevated Comfort Classics You Must Try

Source: Atlanta Restaurant Blog

Anyone who dines with Ron Eyester should play a drinking game. Whenever he drops the F-bomb, you do a shot. Hell, you could play the game with the trendy low gravity cocktails served at Diner and be drunk before entrees hit the table. But you’d also be drunk with laughter. In true Angry Chef fashion, […]

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Krog Street Market in Inman Park: Food Stalls, Fine Dining and More

Source: Atlanta Restaurant Blog

Krog Street Market offers both casual and upscale dining experiences in a beautifully refurbished space. The large open seating area quickly fills up at lunch time with diners who’ve purchased meals from the handful of food stalls, but don’t confuse this with a typical mall food court. Here, you’ll find small, local businesses like Gu’s Dumplings, a […]

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Video: Homemade Pasta in Less than 2 Minutes

Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

As part of our “How to” videos, we’ll be teaming up with chefs and industry professionals to share how simple it is to make your restaurant favorites at home. We visited Roswell’s Italian gem, Osteria Mattone, where Executive Chef and co-owner Ted Lahey taught us just how easy it is to make homemade pasta.

Both Lahey and owner Ryan Pernice spent several weeks eating their way through Rome. The “Tonnarelli Cacio e Pepe” is a classic Roman pasta. Simple ingredients are synonymous with Italian cuisine and this dish, which translates to “cheese and pepper,” contains only three main ingredients: a ...

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How to Make Vegetarian Ramen in Less than 2 Minutes

Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

Ramen has two drastically different associations: the college student microwavable staple, OR a laborious process involving made from scratch noodles and overnight broth.

We’re talking about the latter. Edward  Sun, owner and chef of Atlanta’s vegetarian restaurant Cafe Sunflower, is Chinese and grew up eating Ramen. When he turned vegetarian, he wanted to find a way to make Ramen vegetarian style, without a meat-based stock. He came up with a wild mushroom stock and used seitan as the protein, in addition to a rainbow of vegetables.

AJC stepped into the kitchen with Sun to learn how to make his vegetarian ...

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VIDEO: How Undone Chocolate Makes Its Bars

Source: Washington City Paper Young & Hungry


In case you missed it, this week’s Y&H column is an introduction to the District’s first chocolate makers. Now to kick up your cravings, Undone Chocolate co-founder Adam Kavalier demonstrates how he makes his bars at Union Kitchen. If you want to taste the stuff, head to Glen’s Garden Market, Smucker Farms, Compass Coffee, or one of the other markets listed here.

Video by Jessica Sidman

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Video Interlude: Go, watch Donuts N’ Puddin’s No…

Source: Eater Philly

DnPNoWawacap.jpgGo, watch Donuts N’ Puddin’s No Wawa in the Hood, a brilliant rap video lamenting the lack of Wawas in the city — no, “downtown, South Street, and UPenn don’t count” — pointed out to us by the good folks at Philebrity. [Youtube via Philebrity]

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Negroni Season: Learn how to make a perfect…

Source: Eater Philly

stiponegronivid.jpgLearn how to make a perfect negroni from one of Philly’s best beverage guys: Vincent Stipo of Vernick. The video tutorial comes courtesy of Vice’s Munchies blog and is hosted by London chef Lee Tiernan. Stipo won a 2013 Eater Award for Philly’s Best Bartender; read lots more about Vernick (including their killer beverage program) here. [Vice, via Meal Ticket]

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Video Interlude: La Colombe’s Todd Carmichael Demos the ‘Dragon’

Source: Eater Philly

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La Colombe owner Todd Carmichael took to Vimeo to demonstrate his new coffee brewing device called the Dragon — a device he says “bridges the gap between people who have just a casual relationship with coffee and people who have an insane relationship with coffee, like me.” The new “manual pour-over siphon” is launching “soon,” according to coffee industry blog Sprudge.

Todd Explains: The Dragon from La Colombe Coffee Roasters on Vimeo.

· Todd Explains: The Dragon [Vimeo]
· Watch La Colombe’s Todd Carmichael Make Coffee With His Magic Dragon Brewer [Sprudge]
· All La Colombe ...

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Video: Thai Green Curry Paste Part 1 – The Ingredients

Source: Eat Buford Highway

It’s been a while since my post about seasoning a mortar and pestle (you can read about that here). In that post I promised I’d show more about actually using it. This is not that post, but it’s the precursor. Before you can start pounding a curry paste, you have to prep your ingredients. As you’ll see in the video, Thai green curry paste has quite a few moving parts.

Making Thai Green Curry Paste Part 1: The Ingredients from BuHi on Vimeo.

So why go to all this trouble when you can just buy a paste ...

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