DC Blogs Noted


There have been grumblings from Top Chef Fans all season long about some less than civil behavior (or editing depending on your perspective) from one of the Cheftestants with local ties. Best Bites asks What’s Your Take on TC’s Mike Isabella? And they want comments, so let your voice be heard.

The Rude Cactus is having problems with his nuts – I cross my heart and pinky swear promise this is safe for work.

The Natural Capital wants to help you explore the intersection of urban/car-less living and nature.  Ten Great Places to Hike Around DC by Public Transportation is one of those posts you’re going to want to bookmark for future reference.

Drew Long, a contributor for the DC Foodies, wades into one of the more controversial culinary issues of the last decade.  The Politics of Food: Foie Gras  presents a historical view of each side and does so with a dispassionate and compelling approach.

Two DC is a blog recording the stories of newlyweds and recent DC transplants as they explore their new city, build new social networks, and dine around town.  They recently discovered what long time residents have known for a while – Steak ‘n Egg is a good little dinner

Apple picking is one of the best universal & cheap dates in the DC area.  It is different, inexpensive, family friendly, and a great backdrop for conversation… but what do you do with all of the apples? The Food & Think blog has answers with Five Ways to Eat Apples.

World-class humorist David Sedaris’ upcoming DC show is sold-out.  Still want tickets?  The Foggy Bottom Blog is giving away two tickets (third row, in case you’re curious) in a Facebook Fan Contest