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  1. On the way to La Colombe over the weekend, we passed by a new independent coffee house, Compass Coffee. We couldn't resist not checking it out. We weren't disappointed. The space is great - light, airy, with 2 large skylights in the ceiling, an industrial feel to the tables and chairs with white subway tiled walls. Definitely a place for hanging out - and there was already a presence patrons with their Mac laptops surfing/working away. While we were enjoying our cortados and rosemary/garlic biscuit, one of the owners came over to introduce himself. He and his friend, both fo
  2. Have been stopping at the wholesale bakery for Balthazar located in Englewood NJ for 2 days. Wonderful breads plus amazing tarts which might be more like spectacular toppings the likes of which I’ve never had.
  3. I remember Tom Sietsema recently saying he's not really up on area pastry chefs - well, I'm not either; but I did want to issue a rave Yes! Yes! Yes! recommendation for Paisley Fig, Lizzy Evelyn's one-woman operation. I've now had the good fortune to sample numerous treats made at the hands of this talented baker: a Semolina Peach Loaf (an individual-sized, eggy, pound-like cake), a Candied Ginger Scone, Salty Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies, Espresso Shortbread (to kill for), Chocolate Dipped Coconut Macaroons, and an amazing 12-ounce bag of Cinnamon Maple Granola ($6.50) - too good to us
  4. Its not a restauraunt but it is a purveyor of food. Run out of an industrial park in Chantilly, Lobster Maine-ia has gotten some recent press. I've gotten some lobsters from them and I am not a connaisseur but they were darned tasty and cheaper than a grocery store. Its also worth it to have them steam them for you (costs extra), put them in a cooler and take them home. Recently they started selling lobster rolls. As I need to be near there every sunday for a kids activity, I have swung in and tried them twice and as far as lobster rolls go (maine style) they are pretty darned good. The
  5. Hello All! My name is Mia Gatto, I own Dolce Mia, an upscale Italian dessert company, and have known Don Rockwell for over 25 years (although we also haven't seen each other in that long) - Don encouraged me to post here about my company, so here I am! I've always loved food (all cuisines) and gourmet cooking, it's actually a "family-inherited" passion which I got from my parents who immigrated from Sicily in 1964. Which brings me to Dolce Mia...we just celebrated our 10 year anniversary and now are re-launching as we partnered with an excellent bakery manufacturer, Bread and Chocolate, in A
  6. Hello folks! Just wanted to let you know about an exciting new wholesale cheese program in the DC area. After over a decade working as a cheesemonger, cheesemaker, and educator, I am now selling cheese wholesale with a small specialty food distributor called Kennedy MTI. We bring outstanding cheese made by highly skilled artisans to DC area chefs and cheesemongers. We work with very talented but smaller cheesemakers and importers, and some are exclusive to Kennedy MTI in this area. The cheese in our portfolio is made by hand in small batches by skilled artisans and aged by either the produ
  7. I think Breadline has changed hands as well. With regard to the breads sold by Dean and Deluca, I understand that they are baked by Gold Crust Baking at the corner of Rt. 1 and Monroe Avenue in Alexandria. I understand that GCB also supplies the White House mess.
  8. So far, we have a Bakeries, Cupcakes, and Doughnuts thread, but no love for remaining types of goodies. So, here is one, because I thought others could share their finds, given the wide girth of options available in New York City. This past weekend's find was OddFellows Ice Cream, originating in Williamsburg, with an outpost (tiny) in East Village. I determinedly visited here after seeing Chef Johnny Iuzzini's tweets with photos about this place. I like that it uses local dairy to make its ice cream, as well as that it donates $0.05 per purchase to a food bank. The Village outpost is kind of
  9. I started Saturday and Sunday mornings here this weekend at the 20th Street location in Chelsea. Their cappuccino was creamy coffee goodness. The shop was narrow, sleek, very well kept, and adorned with interesting artwork that appeared to be for sale. It is on a nice tree lined street right down the block from the NYPD 10th Precinct Station (which was about the only thing to remind you you were in the middle of Manhattan). The only negative for me was that they do not open until 7:30am on weekends which means I had 45 minutes to wander the streets passing probably a dozen open Starbucks i
  10. Hey Folks! Just want to take a moment to invite you all to Ripe. A DC Artisanal Cheese Party on March 22, 2015 from 1-3pm at Right Proper Brewing Company! Ripe is a fun and rustic gathering of cheesemakers, cheesemongers, chefs, and cheese lovers at Right Proper Brewing Company in DC's historic Shaw neighborhood. Join us in celebrating talented artisanal cheesemakers and the delicious products they craft by hand. Learn more about the cheeses you love and discover new favorites while mingling with the who's who of local cheese and enjoying craft beer by Right Proper Brewing Company.
  11. Has anyone else had a bad service experience at Mayorga Coffee in Silver Spring? I was just there with a group of friends to hear a band, and the female manager (is her name Candy?) is just one of the most rude individuals I've seen in food/beverage service in a very long time. I don't know how her retinas stay attached with all the eye rolling at customers who want to, oh, I don' t know... ORDER and PAY FOR a cup of coffee. But, I guess since it interrupts her really important conversations with fellow co-workers and friends that stop by.... well, ya know. I can see how that would be an i
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