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WAT’s Proust Questionnaire: Rebecca Fischer –
Executive Chef at Clyde’s of Tysons Corner

Friday, December 20th, 2013
by on Woman Around Town

Texas native Rebecca Jacks Fischer has been dabbling in kitchens since she was a young girl. She spent most of her adolescence perfecting pizza dough,

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Alice Hoffman’s Survival Lessons

Sunday, June 23rd, 2013
by on Reading Around

As a lover of books and authors, I stand here ready to accept all punishment for never having read something by Alice Hoffman. I’d heard

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Famous Chefs Present Fabulous Cookbooks

Tuesday, December 4th, 2012
by on Reading Around

There’s a reason why the best chefs in America write cookbooks that make terrific gifts. Quite simply, they know what they’re doing. No one is

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Woman Around Town: Sara’s Kitchen

Wednesday, February 1st, 2012
by on Woman Around Town

For someone who rarely turns on the oven, it could be an intimidating experience to discuss cooking with Sara Moulton, the former executive chef of

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Someone’s In The Kitchen With Ina

Tuesday, August 9th, 2011
by on Reading Around

A few years ago, my stove was dying and my family had made other plans for Thanksgiving. Not one to ever slight a holiday, I

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Getting To Know You: New Must Read Biographies

Thursday, June 16th, 2011
by on Reading Around

Summer is a great time for getting to know interesting new people, and to find out more about celebrities who fascinate us. If you enjoyed

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Food for Thought, and Thoughts of Food

Monday, December 20th, 2010
by on Reading Around

You don’t have to be a great cook to enjoy cookbooks. I love giving them for the holidays; the pictures are terrific, and it has

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Sel et Poivre—Left Bank on the East Side

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010
by on Dining Around

My favorite part of France is Provence, in part because of its wonderful food. Among my fondest memories is devouring a delicious fish soup in

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