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Help DC Make Whoopie. Pretty Please?

Ok, ok…get your head out of the gutter…not that kind of whoopie! No, this kind is much sweeter. I am talking Whoopie Pies people! Let me start by saying, that every so often you meet a person that really just warms your spirit and strikes…

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What I Did On My Christmas “Eatcation”

Well, the holidays have finally come to a close, and I am just awakening from a deliciously pleasant vacation with family and friends, fully unplugged from the digital world. This was my present to myself and I have to admit that it was blissful. This…

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Delectabelle Takes on ‘Taste of Success DC’

I can’t believe it is already late afternoon on Tuesday! Where on earth does the time go? It has been almost a week already since I attended Taste of Success DC. Thanks to a pair of gratis tickets, I was able to “sneak” my way…

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Graffiato’s Famed Pepperoni Sauce Recipe

So, unless you have been living under a rock for the past few years, I am certain that you have heard of a little show called Top Chef. I will tell you upfront that this show makes me as giddy as a school girl and…

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Cadillac Chef Throwdown Greets DC

Last week, I received an invitation to attend the Cadillac Culinary Challenge Test Drive being held here in the DC metro area…Reston, VA to be exact. I am always a little skeptical when approached by any company to attend an event. It’s sort of like…

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Washingtonian ‘Best Of Washington’ Party 2011-Benefiting the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Talk about your great week for food blogging. I am in blogger heaven, and if this week doesn’t inspire me to write, then I don’t know what will! First, I attended the Washingtonian ‘Best of Washington’ Party this past Wednesday night, which I will get…

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DC Lamb Jam…I am Still Pleasantly Full.

Well, this past Sunday, I had the pleasure of attending the first annual, sold out event, DC Lamb Jamb, held in the ballroom of the downtown Ritz Carlton, DC. Poised for the festivities, I threw on my most casual clothes and stepped out to hail…

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Quitting her day job…to make more dough

I once read a quote that stated this thought: “The work you do while you procrastinate is probably the work you should be doing for the rest of your life.” — Jessica Hische (Insert dream bubble and distant gaze towards the sky, followed by a…

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