What It MeansCatillation is an obsolete word meaning: to lick one's plate. It has nothing to do with cats, except that they catillate quite a bit.
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Melissa Clark dropped by Politics and Prose last week in honor of her latest cookbook, Dinner: Changing the Game. It’s the 38th book she’s written or collaborated on. Since her last book tour, in 2011, she’s been making videos with … Continue reading
No, the title is not a typo, but echoes the clever type layout for one of the cookbooks authored by two of the panelists at the program, “Cooking Korean in America.” Last month, one of the History After Hours sessions … Continue reading
In the Newseum Auditorium on Monday, the restaurant critic and the chef held about 500 people enthralled for nearly two hours. David Hagedorn was there, too, but as moderator he was lagniappe: a nice surprise but not vital to the … Continue reading
When Jacques Pepin had to cancel his appearance at this show in 2011, I was disappointed. In my opinion, he is one of the more influential chefs of the last few decades, both for his partnership with Julia Child and … Continue reading
So the Post has finally published a collection of recipes from the 57 years the Food section has been running. How did they choose from among the thousands it has published over the years? The editors asked the readers for … Continue reading
“RESERVE NOW,” read the notice in the calendar listings of the Food Section. “Washington Post Cookbook Panel…Daniel Zwerdling…Phyllis Richman…Bonnie S. Benwick…Joe Yonan…Tom Sietsema…Tim Carman…Taste of Barracks Row…Dave McIntyre…wine tasting…FREE” (!) I reached for the phone and made my reservation. On … Continue reading