Sarah Meyer Walsh started The District Domestic to share her passion for incredible food, beautiful days in the garden and fine homekeeping.  She is also the Founder and Owner of Haute Papier, a couture stationery studio with locations in Georgetown and Leesburg, Virginia.  Her exquisite designs can be found in almost all 50 of the states and around the globe.  Her eye for exceptional design has also landed her in national publications such as Martha Stewart Weddings and Brides Magazine.

Growing up on a dairy and produce farm in Western New York, she was canning tomatoes and making strawberry preserves long before Mason jars graced the pages of Food & Wine.  A gourmand that knows exactly what it takes to make a perfect croissant, she’d never be caught with packaged cookies from the supermarket.  She’s truly a hostess with the mostess always planning down to the last detail of hand calligraphed placecards and menus for dinner parties.

A sucker for good books, fine wine, and a mean blue cheese mac-and-cheese, Sarah resides in Georgetown, with her husband and two dogs (aptly named Gewurz and Stella).

Please send any question, comments, concerns, event announcements or recipe ideas to Sarah Meyer Walsh at TheDistrictDomestic@gmail.com

(picture is me picking wild blueberries at Rust Pond in Wolfeboro, NH)
(IMPORTANT NOTE – If I’ve used an image of yours and not properly credited the image, I apologize in advance – please email me and I will credit you!)


19 responses to “About

  1. felixpapadakis

    Sarah..great site. I too love to cook and host parties and isn’t it funny that it was one of DC’s (your home town)finest pizzerias–Pizzeria Paradiso–which gave me the inspiration for a wood fired pizza oven in my new home! I’ll keep reading! felixpapadakis.wordpress.com

  2. Felixpapadakis – thanks for your feedback – we love Pizzeria Paradiso too!

    Watch for a post about homemade pizza soon.

  3. Lillie


    I love the site – keep up the great posts!

  4. dannyvice


    You have me starving now.. Thanks a whole lot… haha…

    Nicely done site. Can we eat yet?

    Danny Vice
    The Weekly Vice

  5. Hello again . . . I left an earlier comment (red velvet cupcakes) . . anyhoo, I’d like to add your name to my list of bloggers if you don’t mind. I think your website is wonderful . . . with great ideas and recipes. Have a good one! 😉

  6. Katie

    I can attest to the sweet potato fries…finally, guilt free french fry eating! Thanks Sarah!

  7. Amy

    Your site is wonderful! I think I will check it out on a regular basis. Thanks for sharing!

  8. thegourmandandthepeasant

    I just left you a comment on your vegetable gratin recipe – I love your site! I have a similar one that I’d like to add you to, if that’s alright with you. I think we have very similar sensibilities.

  9. Oh man, I’m a writer at Comedy Central and we just did a big charity bake-off. DAMN I could have found some crazy good recipes here.

  10. i agree Chef david is one of the best people, let alone parsties in the us. congrats

  11. orihell

    Hi ! great website , very well designed
    you welcome to my new blog for more recipes ideas
    and also love to hear your feedback.

  12. Amy

    HI Sar, is it too late for the t-shirt contest. I hadn’t checked your site in time and I would love a chance to win one.

  13. Sarah Meyer

    So, I just happened to be searching for some info on elderberry fritters, which have been an old favorite in my family but I havn’t had in years, and saw the link to your site here. I decided to check it out because I just thought it was kindof funny that, besides the Walsh part, we have the same name (and most people I’ve ever talked to have never even heard of elderberry fritters!) Anyway, you’ve got some great recipes here…I enjoyed exploring your site 🙂 take care

  14. Sarah, I added your site to Dining in DC’s blogroll.
    I love your site. Keep up the great work! 🙂

  15. What a great blog! Looking forward to your next posy 🙂

  16. We are organizing the third annual Taste of Mount Vernon Triangle. Can you blog about it?

    Taste of Mount Vernon Triangle
    Saturday, May 5, 2012 — 2:00-5:00 p.m.

    Explore the new restaurants of Mount Vernon Triangle by dining around the neighborhood tasting appetizers, entrees, drinks, and desserts from ten different establishments! A ticket to the event is $20 in advance; $30 at the door. Tickets can be purchased in advance on line at http://www.mountvernontriangle.org. Tickets can be purchased at 5th and K Street, NW.

    -Bill McLeod

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