Author Archives: Emily

Running Makes You Hungry For…Brunch!

What’s better than an awesome long run in sunny weather? One followed by a yummy brunch with some of my favorite run bloggers, obviously! We’ve already had a cupcake extravaganza and a dinner party, so Liz offered to host a … Continue reading

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Fosters: On Every Durham Trip

Rachel and I both ventured down to Durham this past weekend — for separate reasons, but we drove together, which is way more fun than 4.5 hours alone each way. No trip to D-town is complete without a stop at … Continue reading

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A Little Taste of the Bayou

Claudia over at Brunch and the City is making a list of D.C. donut spots, and when I expressed my love of all kinds of fried dough, she asked if I would be interested in checking out the beignets at … Continue reading

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Blogger Brunch at Dino

Rachel and I were invited to a brunch with a big group of D.C. food bloggers this past Sunday at Dino, a cute Italian restaurant in Cleveland Park. Thank you to Sylvie of Thrifty DC Cook for getting us all … Continue reading

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World’s Best Oatmeal

I love work-from-home days (I had one last week thanks to the “thundersnow”), because they mean I have ample time to make a delicious, filling breakfast. The first meal of the day is absolutely my favorite, and I never skip … Continue reading

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Celebrating Peanut Butter

Jan. 24 was National Peanut Butter Day, and Ladies Who Brunch (ok, I) feel this is absolutely worth celebrating. Peanut butter is not only an integral part of an American kids’ diet and a pantry staple, but also a great … Continue reading

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Because Syrup Isn’t Always The Answer

I don’t like syrup. It doesn’t matter if it’s Aunt Jemima or the real maple kind. It’s too sugary and makes everything soggy. I’d rather eat my pancakes or waffles dry than top them with the stuff.

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A Little Southern Flavor: Eatonville

I love Southern food. Not the Paula Deen butter-laden mess, but real, made-with-love Southern goodness. Eatonville, north of U St, is all about just that. Fried chicken, bourbon BBQ and catfish and grits can be found on their lunch/dinner menu, … Continue reading

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Tabard Inn Brunch

Wow, it’s been awhile. In the many months since my last post, I haven’t stopped brunching, but I did take a little hiatus from blogging. But I’m back, or at least making an attempt at it. [Apologies to Rachel, who … Continue reading

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Be Not Wasteful

When cooking for one or two, it’s often difficult to make use of all your ingredients–or your leftovers–before things start to go bad. After all, who wants to eat the same meal four or five nights a week? One of … Continue reading

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