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Weekly Food News Round Up
December 19, 2012 | 11:30AM

ALL THE DC NEWS THAT IS FIT TO EAT (and drink).

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THIS WEEK ON BYT FOOD:

New Shaw restaurant Table is set to open in just a few weeks and we’ve got a First Look inside
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Sure, it’s late December, but it’s still warm enough for a food truck lunch. Eat some crab salad in the park and ask yourself if global warming is really all bad.

Amuse your friends and family this holiday season by making some festive DIY candy. The Hamilton’s “young, bubbly confectionary visionary” shows you how in our video of the week.

OTHER FOOD NEWS & EVENT BITES:

It’s “Tiki Tuesday” all week long at the freshly-opened Hogo bar. 

Looking for some easy food-gifts to whip up? Julip Made has instructions for Spicy Bloody Mary Salt and Rosemary-Sage Simple Syrup.

It’s year-end list season! One D.C. food critic names his most memorable meals of 2012 and Zagat picks the city’s top food trends.

A new coffee shop is open to tend to your pour-over and latte needs. It’s at 12th and S NW and is called, well, The Coffee Bar.

The Farm, the restaurant management company behind Founding Farmers and sister restaurant Farmers Fishers Bakers just announced it will publish a cookbook next year featuring some delicious recipes to try at home.

Shake Shack in Dupont Circle invites Washingtonians to kick resolutions to the curb with a creative line-up of new specialty custard flavors to be announced on the January Custard Calendar. Available from January 1st – 31st 2013, the January Custard Calendar features seven unique, rich flavors such as the new “Mud Pie” and “Mom’s Coconut Cake,” which will rotate throughout the month.

A nice write up on the captain of the US Bocouse d’or team

Bar in raided over whale skin-infused cocktail

Celebrity Chef Winners & Losers Of 2012

Celebrity Chef Winners & Losers Of 2012

Food Companies Cash In On Mayan Apocalypse

Apocalypse Food

Man Sets Denny’s Christmas Tree On Fire After Long Wait

Milk Prices Could Hit $6 A Gallon Without Farm Bill Resolution

Apocalypse chow: food for the end of the world

TV chefs’ recipes may be less healthy than ready meals, study finds

How to buy Christmas gifts for foodies

Caribou Coffee Chain Sold For $340 Million

Please, Mom and Dad: Just Have a Taste - Can food, so often portrayed this time of year as the glue that binds a family together, also be the wedge that drives us apart?

Elevating Champagne’s ‘Unacknowledged Grape’

 

 

 

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