What if malted quinoa is really the answer?!
Archives: food news
So many things are happening with food—the making of it, the giving of it to people who need it, and the eating of it.
If one were to drink each beer released this weekend, one would have a quite a weekend.
It’s a great and filling week in Richmond’s food scene. Stephanie Ganz has all the meaty details.
Become the proud parent of a rhizome, get yourself to Legend’s coming-of-age party, and choose your baseball team based on how much they charge you to drink. Also, shouldn’t beer pop-ups be called “hop-ups?” FREE IDEA!
Were you aware that Citizen is moving, classic rock is back, and there are TWO Restaurant Weeks to worry about??
Hope you enjoyed your time with beer, because hops (and everything else we eat, basically) will soon become part of the swirling dustbowl called “Formerly California.” Also some other stuff happened this week, and we’re 80% sure they weren’t April Fools’ jokes?
All the vegetables named Baby are coming up from the ground, so let’s celebrate cutting them down before their prime and turning them into delicious, tender spring meals! Oh, and we have more food trucks now, mostly themed around cheese. So far, April is amazing.
Sure hope you’re eating lunch while you read this, because this week’s food news mentions ramen, pops, mutton, and so much pizza. Free idea, RVA: mutton pops!
Stone continues to dominate the news and possibly run the risk of losing all of our interest. Meanwhile, a bunch of new beers are happening, and spring means new baby hops!