Host Seth Tillman kicks off season 2 with a hearty dose of comfort food. He tries the local blue catfish fish and chips at Preserve in Annapolis, MD; a bowl of chicken soup (pozole verde) at Cielo Rojo in Takoma Park, MD, and a visit to Caruso’s Grocery in Capitol Hill East, D.C. for a perfectly executed chicken parmigiana.
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Seth visits three restaurants that celebrate the diverse flavors of the Middle East. He tastes a lamb shank stew from Amoo’s in McLean, VA; the Egyptian dish molokheya, made with cornish hen, from Fava Pot in Falls Church, VA; and a delicious shawarma pita at Muncheez, a Lebanese street food destination in D.C.’s Dupont Circle.
French, Italian, and German cooking techniques come to life in this episode. Chateaubriand – a perfectly cooked beef tenderloin – is the signature dish at L’Auberge Chez Francois in Great Falls, VA, while Piccolina in D.C.’s Penn Quarter offers up scacce, a delicious Sicilian stuffed flatbread. Seth's tour ends with a German classic, jäegerschnitzel, at the Old Stein Inn in Edgewater, MD.
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