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Eating at Sneekers is a tasty pleasure

Gorg Garlic Bread (Ann Baldelli)

Everything we ordered was delicious, arrived piping hot, flavorful, and in a hefty portion.

Make lemon pudding with blueberry whipped cream your next dinner party dessert

Lemon Pudding with Blueberry Whipped Cream (Photo for The Washington Post by Scott Suchman)

A bright, zesty lemon pudding makes a lovely coda to any meal, but topped with a quick blueberry whipped cream, it becomes a truly festive dessert. Make the pudding and the blueberry compote and stash them in the fridge to chill. Because the pudding must be made a few hours in advance of...

Get saucy, cheesy meatball subs on the table faster by baking them

Baked Meatball Sub (Photo by Scott Suchman for The Washington Post)

Meatballs speckled with herbs, tucked inside crusty bread with a generous smear of thick tomato sauce and a sprinkling of Parmesan cheese. This is just the kind of thing I reach for when I want to eat my feelings after a hard day. But who has time to make meatballs and sauce, especially...

Chef Rachel Devendittus's Tuscan Bruschetta

Tuscan Bruschetta (Rachel Devendittus)

Welcome to "What to Cook," our Night & Day feature where we provide quick and easy recipes to aid and abet your weekend and summer culinary fun. Even better? The recipes are all locally sourced — that's Restaurant Lingo — from popular chefs you know and...

A garlicky pistachio puree turns white beans into an irresistible topping for toast, salads and more

Beans With Pistachio Aillade (Photo by Scott Suchman for The Washington Post)

In Rebekah Peppler's "À Table," she writes about a sauce from the Languedoc region, aillade, made by pounding nuts in a mortar and pestle with garlic, wine, lemon zest and olive oil.





For veteran bicyclist Kevin Burke, safety is a two-way street

As a member of Bike Stonington, a community organization that promotes bike access, bike safety and bike awareness, Kevin has made it his mission to keep fellow riders safe.

Back aboard with the Tuesday Night Paddlers

Within a minute, 20 paddlers formed a flotilla that cruised past Andrews, Dodges, Enders and Ram islands.