Year-old eggnog? Yum! D.C.'s blogs
Good afternoon. Let me check: oh yes, still cold outside. Really, really cold. And what does the D.C.-area blogosphere have for us today? Lots of interesting items. Ever consider the fine nuances of aged eggnog? Well, The Bitten Word's given it some thought and they're ready to break out two bottles they've had stored for a year. Cheers! If you'd like to squeeze some community service in to your holiday plans, Carlye Community News has a suggestion. Read on.
Yes, folks it’s time. The Bitten Word is breaking out the two bottles of eggnog they’ve been aging in their refrigerator for 12 months. Yes, an entire year. They’ll report back on how they fared after a tasting this weekend.
From D.C. Urban Dad – 10 things you didn’t know about Christmas. Sample tidbits: what was the first state to officially recognize Christmas as a holiday? You’ll have to check his post to find out.
From Prince of Petworth: Could D.C. officials be considering a cap on food trucks?
Save money by “winter proofing” your vehicle. Sweating the Big Stuff has some suggestions.
The American Trucking Association is looking for volunteers to help with its local Wreaths Across America effort in which wreaths are delivered to the grave sites of veterans across the U.S. The local effort, scheduled for Saturday, focuses on grave sites at Arlington National Cemetery. Carlye Community News has more details if you’re interested in volunteering.
That's it for now. Thanks for reading and have a great day. I'll be back tomorrow with more great posts from the D.C.-area blogosphere. In the meantime, if you know of a great blog that I need to include on my regular list, let me know. You can post the URL below or send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
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| December 7, 2010; 3:08 PM ET
Categories: DC, Loris AM Buzz, Maryland, Virginia, Weather | Tags: American Trucking Association, Arlington National Cemetery, Petworth
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