A critic remembers
Tom Sietsema pens a lovely tribute to legendary chef Michel Richard, who died over the weekend. The critic remembers the chef’s most whimsical creations, from his own take on a Kit-Kat Bar, to couscous and squid ink caviar to a "breakfast for dinner" dessert. Eater will be collecting remembrances and tributes of the chef throughout today: send any to email@example.com. [WaPo]
After a brief closure, Borderstan notes that Love ‘N Faith Community Cafe has reopened for business near U Street. No word on why the restaurant temporarily shuttered. [Borderstan]
Eater catches up on the career of the winner of the most recent "Great British Baking Show" series (which just aired in the U.S.), who has a new cookbook out and a new gig judging kid bakers on television. [E]
Frose every day
Need any more proof that the frose craze has taken hold in D.C.? Commissary’s already dished out its 1000th order (which meant a free pitcher for some local drinkers over the weekend).