Title: Unique Eats and Eateries of Washington, DC: The People and Stories Behind the Food
Author: JoAnn Hill
Size: 6 x 9
Join local author JoAnn Hill as she leads you on a mouthwatering adventure throughout the Washington, DC, area to explore eats and eateries that are both familiar and exotic. Each story offers a fascinating depiction of the remarkable journeys that led to the delicious dishes and drinks that have helped put DC’s flourishing food scene on the map.
Tantalize your taste buds with swoon-worthy savors and sips like handcrafted, wood-smoked barbecue; Spam musubi, Hawaiian-style rice balls that will satisfy even the most discerning of palates; iconic half-smokes, DC’s symbolic sausage; and the queen of all Bloody Marys, the Lox’d and Loaded, a Bloody Mary jewel of a drink crowned with a lox-stuffed bagel. Relish exotic flavors that transport you across the globe with simmering Ethiopian stews scooped up with torn-apart pieces of injera, and delightful dosas, crispy lentil-flour crepes stuffed with savory fillings.
Meet the talented and tenacious individuals behind the comforting plates, indulgent sweets, blissful bites, and thirst-quenching beverages that satisfy our cravings and nourish our bellies. In Unique Eats and Eateries of Washington, DC, you’ll discover an extraordinary collection of food and drink experts exquisitely seasoned by dashes of passion, sprinkles of grit, and pinches of ingenuity.
Throughout Unique Eats and Eateries of Washington, DC, you will embark upon a delectable tour of the area’s most unique, innovative, and enjoyable food and drink spots where there’s a delightful culinary revelation and awe-inspiring story around every corner.