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Though the cuisine is growing, in this country, Nepali food is still something you have to search for if you’re craving it. That’s why I’m excited that Loudoun County has an upscale new option for momos and choila in the form of Brambleton’s Himalayan Wild Yak. I’m not going to wait long to try it. –Alice Levitt, food editor/critic
It was the beginning of the pandemic when I was introduced to Fortune Feimster. The comedian’s latest Netflix special, Sweet & Salty, was making the rounds on Facebook and every clip would have me in tears. After replaying the special an insane number of times, I started listening to her podcast and following her on social and officially became obsessed. She’s headlining at Capital One Hall this weekend, so that’s where you’ll find me. –Michele Kettner, associate digital & research editor
The new Rewild in Ballston is hosting classes this week for beginners on growing plants at home. Might be good for anyone looking for some green as winter gets going. –James Finley, senior editor
I would love to “take the waters” at any of these hot-spring resorts. When you are chilled to the bone, there’s nothing like a warm bath. These look like hot baths on steroids. –Kelly Kendall, editor