A sip of year-old eggnog: D.C.'s blogs
Good afternoon. Have been too afraid to venture outside, but I understand it's a cold, windy, hold-on-to-your-hat kind of day. The kind of day that makes lunch in the company cafeteria look pretty darn good. So what happens when you leave eggnog in the refrigerator for a year? Well, you might be surprised. The Bitten Word has a video of their tasting of a bottle of year-old eggnog. Not impressed by this morning's snow showers? While, neither was The Restonian.
The Restonian has already coined a nickname for this morning’s snow flurries. Meet “snowpiddleipse.”
In case you’re still trying to decide what cookies you want to make for the holidays, Borderstan offers cookie recipes from D.C. area food bloggers. Coconut, chocolate, liquor-flavored – they’re all here.
The Penn Brangler writes about the launch of a new local blog, And The Autism Thing. Its author, Shielda Dyer, is autistic and has been keeping daily journals for almost a year on a href="http://theautismthing.blogspot.com/">what her life is like.
The results are in … from The Bitten Word’s weekend tasting of eggnog they’d aged for 12 months. The good news: Nobody ended up in the emergency room. The other good news: The above-mentioned nog was pretty darn good, but incredibly boozy. Here’s a hilarious video of the tasting.
Our Frugal Friends in Northern Virginia offer this tidbit: Selected Haagen-Dazs shops around D.C. are hosting a trivia contest – answer a question that involves an ice cream flavor and win a free scoop.
Happy 2nd anniversary. The Georgetown Metropolitan celebrates the second anniversary of its launch of web-only publication. As part of the celebration, they’ll be looking back at the five biggest news stories of the year.
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.
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| December 13, 2010; 3:07 PM ET
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