Today at 11: Chat With Food Critic Ann Limpert

Leave a question now for Ann, and she'll get to as many as possible this morning.

Photograph by Scott Suchman

Join us Friday, March 29 at 11 AM to chat with Ann Limpert. Have a question about the cookbooks and food-related memoirs that are coming out in the next few months? The latest crop of James Beard award nominees? Or maybe you just need a dinner recommendation. Leave a question now for Ann, and she’ll get to as many as she can Friday morning.

Ann: Good morning, chatters (in my best Dame Edna voice)! Hope you’re looking forward to a warm weekend as much as I am. This week I had one of my first tastes of spring, in the form of morels at the glittery and palatial Punjab Grill in Penn Quarter (seriously, the private dining room is like a subcontinental Hall of Mirrors). They were draped in a gently spiced gravy and paired with ultra-meaty achari mushrooms, and boy were they good. Stay tuned for more thoughts on the place, but for now I’ll also throw in a plug for a sleeper hit: The side of Brussels sprouts with shaved coconuts and mustard seeds. They tasted more steamed than roasted or fried, and were totally refreshing. And after this Brussels-sprouts-mad year—who isn’t sick of them—that’s saying something. 

Also, I know you’ve got plenty of dining opinions (Who slings the best burger? What’s the best local brewery? Which under-the-radar restaurants do you wish got more recognition?). Why not take a minute and share them on our Best of Washington reader survey? You’ll be entered to win a pair of tickets to June’s Best of Washington party, which I promise will be super-fun (and very delicious).  It closes on Monday, so last chance. 

Onto your questions! Ask them in the form below; the chat transcript shows up underneath.