Michelle!!!! (Obama. Is there another one?) makes an appearance at EPA. Anna Kelso was there to gawk for us. Well, till Michelle told her to get back to work.
Mmm Bacon. City Musings, spies an unusual product at her local liquor store. Unusual? Uhh, you mean delicious! A (Chocolate!) Bacon Explosion of Our Very Own
Pretentiousness, being hit on, good food, good bargains. Cook and Book puts the haters straight re: Restauarant Week. In Defense of Restaurant Week
Capitol Swell reflects on the drive, not being on the “death tube,” not being warm. And then… notices something… that white domed building on a hill. I am a Commuter.
Ah, Ash Wednesday, or The Day During Which I Must Restrain Myself From Telling Strangers They Have Schmutz On Their Faces. I’m right there with you Alice in Bluderland. Hey and my mom reads my blog, too. OMG we’re totally BFFs.
Top Chef Spoiler Alert! Top Chef Spoiler Alert! Don’t scroll down unless you know the ending or don’t care.
Still burned up about a certain chef de ville getting the title stolen from under her pretty feet. Actually I liked Hosea too, but still. Anywho, you get another chance to see Carla and loads of other fabbbullousss prizes (and chefs) at Taste of the Nation, 7 to 10 PM, Monday, March 30th, at the Mellon Auditorium on Constitution Avenue. For $85, guests can attend the general event, partake of tastings, and bid on items in the silent and not-so-silent auctions taking place that night. For a bit more, you can get a backstage pass of sorts. Share Our Strength’s Taste of the Nation – Now with Top Chef Carla Hall DC Foodies.