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Why I love DC: Market Breakfast Pancakes

Yesterday morning as he was leaving for work, James turned to me and said, “Seize the day…. or at least say ‘Hey’ and try it make it through.” It’s been one of those weeks (months? seasons of life?). So instead of … Continue reading

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On Saturday we discovered bottomless brunch.

I had lofty plans about both this weekend.  I am on Spring Break this week, which meant last weekend marked a blissful studying and grading break. James has been traveling fairly frequently and went out of town again today, so … Continue reading

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Where there’s smoke, there’s bacon.

My big brother and his girlfriend were in town this weekend and on Saturday morning I managed to make waffles and bacon without setting off our hyper-sensitive smoke detector. This success, while seemingly small, is in fact so colossal that … Continue reading

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Breakfast Sandwiches

On our honeymoon we ate a lot of bagel sandwiches. There was no shortage of elegant dining options in Banff, no deficit of fine grocers, nothing lacking in the kitchen of our resort apartment.  There was no reason at all … Continue reading

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It sounds like Christmas.

This weekend sounded a lot like Christmas. James and I do Christmas shopping very differently. I start months in advance, searching and planning and shopping, so that by the time Christmas comes around, I only have a little left to … Continue reading

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Why I love DC: Brunch (in Easter Market, or anywhere else)

If DC could be represented by a meal, it would be brunch. Chicago is probably a nice dinner, New York might be a late night swanky cocktail or bagels and lox, and L.A. is probably sushi or something. But DC … Continue reading

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Why I love DC: Union Market

A decade ago, the eastern half of this city wasn’t exactly tourist friendly. This is reaffirmed every time I tell someone who has lived in the DC metropolitan area for a long time I live in SE and that last … Continue reading

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