Martha's Table In The News


More Good Causes: Celebrity Chefs Cook Your Sunday Supper for Charity

The rest of the non-profits around the metro area — you know, the ones that don’t have their hand in Haitian earthquake relief — must feel like the location scout for Avatar. Really damn underappreciated.

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Alice Waters Hosts Sunday Night Suppers to Raise Money for D.C. Central Kitchen and Martha’s Table

Here’s a terrific opportunity to eat magically delicious local, organic food, prepared by some of the world’s greatest chefs in support of a great cause. If only I had $500 and lived in Washington D.C.! But maybe you do?

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Highlighting the Corporations who Stepped up in 2009

No, Virginia, 2009 was not a great year for corporate philanthropy. The $10,000 and $25,000 gifts that once arrived almost like clockwork at local nonprofits came this year in denominations of half that size, if they came at all.

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Kids Taste A Sweeter Veggie, White House Style

If you didn’t know that spinach tastes sweeter when it’s grown in cool temperatures, it’s likely you haven’t been digging around in a winter garden. The White House has just planted a slew of cold-weather vegetables, and a group of students from an after-school cooking class in Washington, D.C., were among the first to visit.

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After the Pardon, Obama Gives out Turkeys

President Obama greets a boy as he gives away Thanksgiving Day food to District residents Wednesday at Martha’s Table, a community-improvement organization for the underprivileged.

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Obama Hands out Pumpkin Pies at Martha’s Table

President Barack Obama handed out Thanksgiving meal supplies to needy families on Wednesday afternoon at Martha’s Table, a soup kitchen in Northwest Washington, D.C. Obama was joined by First Lady Michelle Obama, their daughters Sasha and Malia, First Grandmother Marian Robinson, and his half-sister Maya Soetoro-Ng and her family.

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