A new chef is opening a new restaurant at a historic landmark in downtown Washington.
But first, there’s a kitchen full of tools to learn how to cook in.
We want to help you with this:How to make the most of your time in D.C.D.C.’s iconic Washington restaurant has opened a new kitchen.
Chef José andres and his wife, Maria, are opening a restaurant on the National Capital’s Potomac Riverfront with plans to serve fresh, authentic, seasonal dishes.
The couple opened a second location in Dauphin, but the original location in the District has remained open.
It opened on Feb. 7 and has a new menu, a new decor, and a new vibe.
We’ve created a new website, which you can find here, that will help you navigate all of this.
There are also lots of helpful resources, including a helpful guide for the new kitchen, recipes, tips for getting the most out of your cooking, and photos of the new interior.
Read more about the restaurant and its chef:A quick look at some of the dishes the chef will be serving at the restaurant:Cappuccino: Made with a light cream cheese, chocolate, and whipped cream.
This is a simple, creamy dessert that can be served cold or hot.
Chocolate-covered strawberries: Creamy, fruity, and creamy.
It’s a strawberry with a rich chocolate base.
Cappucino with coconut cream and vanilla ice cream: This is an easy dessert that is perfect for a sweet treat.
Chocoholics may have to wait a bit longer to try this dessert: This dessert is made with fresh fruit and coconut cream.
It’s a bit more complicated than the first one.
Here’s the recipe:Creamy caramel ice cream with a chocolate glaze: It’s more than just an ice cream, this is a glaze to go with the caramel.
The Chocolate Ice Cream: This ice cream is light, sweet, and fruity.
It is a great way to serve a chocolate-covered strawberry.