Washington, D.C.: a non-partisan palate
Washington, DC, seems to be essentially a steak house city, with each of the largest steak houses, such as The Capital Grill and Sam & Harry's, having their own subcultures. Often the city's restaurants do seem to be favored by one political party or the other, and every election may bring changes.
Publication Name: Gourmet
Words to eat by: great holiday reading for cooks (but hardly a recipe in sight)
New books that will delight food lovers include mysteries 'The Main Corpse' by Diane Mott Davidson and 'The Debt to Pleasure' by John Lanchester. Anne Mendelson's profiles of Irma Rombauer and her daughter Marion Rombauer Becker and other books are discussed.
Publication Name: Bon Appetit
- Abstracts: Random notes; a busman's holiday. Gourmet holidays: exploring Yorkshire. Where to eat in Carnegie Hill
- Abstracts: The raisins of California. A harvest of corn breads: an early American staple gets dressed up for the holidays in six innovative new recipes
- Abstracts: Gourmet's pantry. Gourmet's pantry: the following are basic recipes called for elsewhere in this issue
- Abstracts: Family style entertaining made easy. Light fantastic: a top Los Angeles chef creates a superb menu for entertaining
- Abstracts: Energy density, palatability, and satiety: implications for weight control. The role of energy expenditure in energy regulation: findings from a decade of research