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Tuesday, 22 November 2005 00:00


Los Chorros, Wheaton, MD

Written by Cynthia Hacinli, Washingtonian Magazine

Among the Tex-Mex offerings: Taquitos, guacamole served with house-made flour tortilla chips, and pork-rib fajitas are the way to go. On the Salvadoran side are several interesting soups. Best is the bowl with shrimp, peppers, and eggs, though chicken with wings and vegetables, and beef short ribs with cassava and plantains are not far behind. Fans of tripe soup will want to try the version here. Also worth a look are corn-flecked tamales, pupusas (a thick tortilla pocket filled with cheese, pork, or both), and fried whole red snapper.

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Friday, 13 January 2006 17:35



Written by Eve Zibart, Washington Post Staff Writer

When I was a kid, my father's maiden aunt (as such ladies were then known, regardless of actual kinship or experience) often brought him a jar of pickled silvery fish laced with ribbons of white onion. The other night, halfway into a huge dish of flounder ceviche at Azucar, I suddenly knew exactly what it was: South American pescado, Southern American pareve (kosher fish). Who knew?

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Thursday, 28 June 2007 21:48


La Tasca Restaurant

Written by Nancy Lewis, The Washington Post

Inside, the restaurant plays off the colors of Spain, with terra cotta tile floors and walls in deep gold, terra cotta and a fiery orange-red. The menu is primarily tapas -- small Spanish-style appetizers that can be combined for a full meal or eaten individually. There are several paella selections, all of which must be ordered for at least two people.



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Saturday, 10 August 2013 00:00


Carrabba's Italian Grill

Written by Sharon Ribas,

Carrabba's Italian Grill is a well-established chain with restaurants in 32 states. The company's website takes you through time by sharing with you the family history that inspired the business. And it takes you through space by transporting you to the old country where colorful descriptions of Italy's regional foods can be accessed via image links embedded in a European marketplace.

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