ALL THE DC NEWS THAT IS FIT TO EAT (and drink).
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THIS WEEK ON BYT FOOD:
Obviously, it’s Thanksgiving week. The number one food week of the year.
You need our Ultimate Guide to Thanksgiving right now.
Are you planning on eating any other meals this week? Well, ok. How about Jose Andres’ food truck?
Our Beajoulais Nouveau release party was just the refined wine-tasting affair you’ve come to expect.
OTHER FOOD NEWS & EVENT BITES:
Notable New York chef John Mooney has announced he will open a restaurant in D.C.’s Union Market in Spring 2013. Mooney’s latest venture, Bell Book & Candle in New York’s West Village, has received critical acclaim for his ability to fuse classic cooking with sustainability. At Union Market, Mooney will open a restaurant with a contemporary American menu and similar focus on local, sustainable ingredients.
Even presidentially-pardoned turkeys have “short retirements.”
Seasonal Pantry’s chef Dan O’Brien shows how to make some simple/quick/delish side dishes for Thanksgiving – or whenevs.
Black Friday food/dining deals are apparently now a whole thing.
Bankrupt Boston-based pizza chain Upper Crust has closed their D.C. location along with ten others.
Cute new food mag Saucy wants your Kickstarter support.
Designer Jonathan Adler’s newest shop just opened in Georgetown, which we know left you asking yourself, “What does designer Jonathan Adler eat for breakfast and would he artfully arrange it on colorful dishes?” Now you can know.
We told you about sushi cologne a few weeks back, now here’s… edible deodorant:
Guy Fieri’s restaurant was slammed (brave piece of writing you guys), but in more subversive news, a critic has now torn down Gordon Ramsay’s new eatery.
Well’s Vegetarian Thanksgiving 2012 – Every fall, The New York Times’ Well goes vegetarian, offering delicious no-meat recipes for your holiday table from some of your favorite chefs and cookbook authors.