Sunday, September 21, 2014

At Home: Caprese Tart

Keith picked up a ton of large ripe tomatoes from the farmer's market.  They were big and juicy, and I had some left over pie crust and thought I could make a savory treat out of it all.  For my next experiment for What Micky Eats...At Home, I make an easy and pretty Caprese Tart.  Try this simple dish as an appetizer at your next party.  It will surely be a crowd pleaser.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Sunday Sushi School @ Masa 14

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Acclaimed Chef Richard Sandoval’s lively neighborhood Latin-Asian inspired restaurant, Masa 14, is pleased announce a once-a-month pop-up “Sunday Sushi School” led by award-winning restaurateur and sushi chef, Kaz Okochi. The pop-up class will take place on the first Sunday evening of each month through the remainder of the year, from 6 PM- 9PM. Closest Metro is U Street.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Travels to Napa Valley, California (Part 3)

Some charms in Napa Valley are the same year-round: a bucolic setting, stellar hospitality, world-class wine and food.  The summer months in wine country promise the most temperate weather, with rain a rare intruder, although temperatures are known to soar north of 100 degrees every once in awhile (pack accordingly!). Thanks to the characteristically cool nights, however, hot days are tempered by comfortable evenings.  We visited in early September when most of the wineries were just starting their harvest.  Continuing from Part 1 and Part 2 of our travels to Napa Valley, we started out our second day of tours...
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