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No Longer the Runaway Chef Peter Chang – To Appear at Sips & Suppers

Jordan Wright January 14, 2015 Special to DC Metro Theater Arts

Chef Peter Chang

One of the featured chefs for the Sips & Suppers dinners coming up next week is Peter Chang – an elusive chef known for ditching restaurant kitchens like a discardable cell phone. At last he has found in another accomplished […]

A Conversation with Aglaia Kremezi – Author of Mediterranean Vegetarian Feasts

Jordan Wright November 16, 2014 Special to DC Metro Theater Arts

Aglaia Kremezi fairly floats into the room. Wisps of casually arranged auburn hair delicate as ripe corn silk are tempered by a pair of serious wire-rimmed frames that hint at her former life as an editor and journalist. She is utterly composed and […]

Nibbles And Sips Around Town

Jordan Wright February 20, 2013 Special to DC Metro Theater Arts, Broadway Stars, and localKicks

The Barefoot Spirit

How to Succeed in the Wine Business Without Really Knowing a Damn Thing About It

Last month I spoke with Barefoot Wines founder Michael Houlihan about his upcoming book The […]

Nibbles and Sips January 2011

Jordan Wright Special to The Washington Examiner

Crescent City Comfort Food Comes to Arlington

Chef/Owner David Guas at his new digs Bayou Bakery – photo by Jordan Wright

Who dat on the corner of North Courthouse Road and 15th Street Arlington? Why, honey, it’s well-known Pastry Chef David Guas, his very own self behind […]

Author Joan Nathan’s Journeys Through France Uncover the Roots of Jewish Cooking

Special to Washington Examiner Jordan Wright October 2010

Book cover (Joan Nathan)

It was what I call a pajama day. A damp, grey, stay-at-home kind of day. Leaves the color of wet tobacco clung to car windows like parking decals and the fruits of the hackberry and hawthorn trees stained the sidewalks with […]