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Posted at 3:02 PM ET, 02/ 4/2011

'Super' feasts: D.C.'s blogs

By Washington Post editors

Good afternoon. It's the weekend and the D.C. area bloggers seem to be looking forward to the Super Bowl (recipes galore!) as well as some time to relax and unwind. If you spend any time in the outdoors this month, The Natural Capital has a selection of things to look for.

More suggestions for that Super Bowl Sunday menu from Eat More, Drink More, which recommends crab dip and seared tuna skewers. Borderstan also has a great roundup of football-friendly fare. The Going Out Gurus also offer some suggestions for places around town to watch the big game.

Park View, D.C. found this very cool poster of D.C.’s neighborhoods (most definitely suitable for framing). It’s from the folks at Ork Posters! who specialize in this type of design work.

From the folks at The Natural Capitalthings to look for when you’re out and about in February.

The Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service offers this post from The Chief's Blog on a spate of recent fires in the county. Chief Richard Bowers said investigators noticed that many of the recent blazes were preventable, and offers advice on how residents can prevent fires from starting in the first place as a result of clothes dryers or fireplaces.

If you’re a D.C. area gardener interested in a seed exchange (just in time for those spring plantings) – WashingtonGardener has the details on one such event happening this weekend.

That's it for now. Thanks for reading and have a great weekend. I'll be back Monday with more great posts from the D.C. area blogosphere.

By Washington Post editors  | February 4, 2011; 3:02 PM ET
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