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Some of Washington's top chefs came together to salute the president ahead of the inauguration, in part because of the first family's influence on the culture around food.
Some of Washington's top chefs are coming together to salute the president ahead of the inauguration, in part because of the first family's influence on the culture around food.
Some of the country's best and most famous chefs are eschewing New York and other big U.S. cities to open restaurants in Washington — the result of what some say is a near-perfect setting of a stable economy and deep-pocket patrons eager for first-rate food experiences.
Ham and lamb are the meats that spring to mind for Easter dinner, whether it is the date observed by Protestants and Roman Catholics according to the Gregorian calendar or the Sunday observed by Orthodox churches and the Julian calendar. Occasionally these two branches of Christianity celebrate Easter on the same day, as will occur April 4, 2010.