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    Mid Century Modern decor; Photography; Electric Guitar and the Gear involved; Fashions; Food; Cooking
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    Falls Church and Bethesda

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  1. MsDiPesto

    The James Gang

    Great band. A former neighbor was Joe's roommate at Kent State, and he told me about Joe borrowing his 12 string to go play in coffeehouses.
  2. One of the many places I would pass through when I worked in Lafayette Center on 20th St. NW, I'd go out and explore on my lunch hour. Will that sculpture stay that hangs over the court?
  3. New Haven style Apizza, but without the silly drive to NH, parking, waiting in line, etc. I found a place just a couple of miles away in North Haven.
  4. Resurrection; a friend in Wilmington NC says the owner and chef are opening a second location in downtown Wilmington.
  5. Apologies, I should have said commissary kitchens where small operations would make, say, spirits, sausages, savory spreads, or jams and jellies, or breads, etc. or even full blown catering to sell to restaurants, etc. Couldn't commissary kitchens in industrial parks do the same as this CloudKitchens venture?
  6. What's the difference between these warehouse kitchens and commercial kitchens?
  7. I moved into my new house in CT this week, my cats and I are camping out waiting for the moving van to arrive. I had a turkey on rye for lunch.
  8. I live near the FC branch, and haven't been in a couple of years since they stopped serving the Red Pozole.
  9. I often get a slice or two from the WF across the street, it's better than a lot of dedicated pizza places. The Sicilian style has a delicious crust.
  10. Serious Eats has this version made with Cheddar and Monterey Jack; https://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2011/09/chili-con-queso-recipe.html
  11. I wonder if you could sous vide them? Just heat them to the desired temperature.
  12. Mad Fox faced unique challenges nearly from the start. “When we opened the only way to sell a pint of beer to a consumer on site was to have a food component in Virginia,” Madden said. “That changed in 2012 with SB 604,” the law allowing brewery taprooms to serve full pours on-site.
  13. It's as if they want to make sure you read the scribbles accompanying the drawings.
  14. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/23/dining/lancaster-pennsylvania-restaurants.html?action=click&module=MoreInSection&pgtype=Article&region=Footer&contentCollection=Off the Menu A Global Feast in an Unlikely Spot: Lancaster, Pa. This small city, best-known for its Amish and Mennonite communities, is a welcoming home for immigrants, refugees and their cooking.
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