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Posted at 3:22 PM ET, 09/14/2010

Tomatoes for dessert? D.C. area blogs

By Washington Post editors

Good afternoon. The beauty of the blogosphere is that there are so many opinions to dissect and debate. But today, there's agreement on one issue: the importance of voting. Doesn't matter who you support (though some bloggers certainly have opinions on that). The key is to vote, they all say. So what else are they saying today? We've got a shout out for the tireless poll workers who work to make sure our votes count. We've also got big news for Clarendon: ARLnow.com reports a Trader Joe's is almost certainly coming (cross fingers).

Bethesda Actually offers a "thanks" to all the folks who make voting happen. We second.

Dining in D.C. previews fall restaurant openings, including another burger place in Petworth and Michel Richard’s newest offering – his third in the D.C. area.

Of course there’s that whole fruit or vegetable debate, but here’s something that might have tomato fans puzzling: tomatoes for . . . dessert? The Food Scribe explains.

Speaking of topsy-turvy food stuffs. Travel, Eat, Repeat suggests breakfast for dinner (delicious photos, too).

ARLnow.com reports that the deal to bring Trader Joe’s to Clarendon may be close to happening, but one possible hang-up is parking. Clarendon Culture also has a report.

That's it for today. Thanks for reading and remember, if you know of a great blog I'm missing, message me at aratanil@washpost.com. If you're a blogger and would like to be a part of our Local Blog Directory, here's how you can register. Don't be shy -- after all, don't you secretly want everyone to read what you blog?

By Washington Post editors  | September 14, 2010; 3:22 PM ET
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