Monthly Archives: April 2011

Pete’s Apizza

I was a very happy girl on Tuesday night. After not eating bread for eight days (I was celebrating Passover), I had been counting down the hours until I would go to Pete’s for a slice of their New Haven … Continue reading

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Sprinkles DC

Three words. Flourless chocolate cupcakes. I know what you’re thinking. Stop thinking it. These cupcakes are intensely rich, dense, and– dare I say it– even more chocolate-y than you’re average flour-based chocolate cupcake. I was happy to learn a while … Continue reading

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Tackle Box

I couldn’t believe the news today when I read that the Georgetown Waterfront area was completely flooded. Will and I were just walking around the fountain on Friday… …and today that fountain looks like this: I hope that the restaurants, … Continue reading

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Pasta With Peas

This warm– and by warm I mean sometimes warm– spring DC weather has got me thinking about the color green. Vibrant lettuce, crisp asparagus and bright peas are all front-of-mind, and I always look forward to adding some pop to … Continue reading

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Dupont Circle Farmer’s Market

Up until yesterday, I had never been to Freshfarm Market’s Dupont Circle Farmer’s Market. Weird, I know. After I got back from a semester of eating everything trying new foods in London last fall, I wanted to continue my fun … Continue reading

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Taste of the Nation DC

Share Our Strength did a really smart thing a while back. They decided that in order to accomplish their mission of ending childhood hunger, they’d get super-passionate chefs to create amazing small dishes for a venue filled with food lovers. … Continue reading

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Social Learning Summit: The Food

This weekend I had the great pleasure of attending the Social Learning Summit at American University (you can check out all the action by taking a look at the #SLS11 feed on Twitter). Other than all of the new and … Continue reading

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