News & Events

  • What does Black History Month Mean to me as a Chef?

    The fellowship of food is an integral element of Black culture. My earliest memories are in the kitchen, cooking with my mother and both my grandmothers. For these women, the kitchen has always been the center of their home. Around the age of four is when I first started helping […]

  • Farm to Feast to TV!

      Our Executive Chef, Malena Douthit, hosted a live cooking segment on WUSA 9.  She whipped up healthy, hearty Indian Dal that impressed host, Markette. Follow the link below to watch her cook on Live TV! Watch Malena Here!    

  • Holiday Menu

      Holiday Greetings from Farm to Feast Catering. There is still time to order from our gourmet holiday menu for your office party, family gathering, or any other event you may be planning. With this new menu, you have a variety of choices to please everyone, while remaining scrumptious, local, and […]

  • Facebook #Elections Foodtruck

    Farm to Feast is providing all of the food on the Facebook elections foodtruck this week! We are traveling to stops through the DC and Virginia area. Check out more information at politics.fb.com and here are some pictures from our stop on Rhode Island Avenue yesterday!

  • Funk Parade 2016

    Farm to Feast will be catering the Funk Parade VIP Lounge this Saturday May 7th at the new Shay apartments! This year the lounge will be supported by sponsors such as Tres Creole Catering, Republic Kolache, Sloppy Mamas BBQ, Eat 170, 5-12 Dessert Boutique and Lounge, Delectable Cakery, Glen’s Market, […]

  • Restaurant Quality Fish at Home

    Farm to Feast is partnering with the YMCA to bring you a special technique-based class on fish on Tuesday April 5th from 7-9pm.  Learn a Farm to Feast favorite: whole salt-crusted fish – delicious and impressive enough for even your mother-in-law (and so easy you will wonder why you waited […]