|Your Best Dish: Curry Club
A Hindu belief is that everything is God and contains the divine energy of God; therefore it is worthy of worship. At the Curry Club in Ashburn, the food is certainly worthy of worship. The Your Best Dish crew headed in to figure out just how two scintillating dishes (Kashmiri Lamb Korma and Seekh Kabab Gilafi) are converted from simple ingredients into culinary gifts for the pallet.
|Your Best Dish: Aldie Country Store
If former Redskin and Hall-of-Famer Darrell Green says he likes it, then it’s probably pretty good…
|Your Best Dish: Moley Brothers BBQ
“Holey Moley,” do these guys know barbecue. This week, Your Best Dish visited Moley Brother’s BBQ’s new location in Sterling—open for three weeks now—to get an idea for how pulled chicken sandwiches are made and to try some of their downright scrumptious food.
|Your Best Dish: Tenderjacks burgers
This week, the Your Best Dish crew headed to Leesburg’s Tenderjacks to get their hands on some mouthwatering burger concoctions courtesy of co-owner David Levitt.
|Your Best Dish: O’Faolain’s corned beef and cabbage
This week, in preparation for St. Patrick’s Day, the crew headed to O’Faolain’s in Sterling to grub on some good ol’ corned beef and cabbage.
|Your Best Dish: Tuscarora Mill
“Your Best Dish” is a new video show premiering weekly only at loudountimes.com. Host Matt Vecchio will explore some of Loudoun’s most interesting kitchens and the chefs that patrol them and dig up some of the best easy, make-at-home and tasty recipes.
|Your Best Dish: Rustico Executive Chef Steve Mannino and grilled caesar
There’s salad, and then there’s salad. Far from the cry of lettuce-induced blandness, Rustico Executive Chef Steve Mannino has crafted a burst of summertime flavor in the form of a dazzling array of fresh ingredients—homemade croutons, anchovy-based caesar dressing, rustic parmesan cheese—over romaine lettuce that’s, get this, thrown on the grill.