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Posted at 3:16 PM ET, 09/27/2010

Fashion, food & geckos: D.C.'s blogs

By Washington Post editors
Washington Post editors

Good afternoon. Well, we wanted a break from the heat so we got rain. Somewhere in our future is a forecast in which we won't boil and we won't drown. Hopefully, it will be arriving soon. Never fear -- the D.C. blogosphere is here to lighten up the day. Today's collection of posts may get you cooking -- and will definitely get you thinking. Read on.

Gimme five! Love this photo from DCist -- a reminder that the National Geographic Museum is featuring a live gecko exhibit.

Just when you thought chocolate chip cookies couldn’t get any better. Macheesmo presents a version made with brown butter.

Portable cooking with Mark, Martha and Rachel? Endless Simmer reviews the latest celebrity chef apps.

Steve Offutt raises an interesting question at Greater Greater Washington – is it “greener” to buy a new or used car? Let the debate begin.

From frumpy to fabulous? Know someone who needs a little pizzazz added to their wardrobe? The Learning Channel’s “What Not to Wear” is currently doing a casting call in the District. All Life Is Local has the details.

Rethinking College Park is looking for feedback from readers on what direction to take the blog.

That's it for now. Thanks much for reading and have a great day. If you've like to read more from the D.C.-area blogosphere, be sure to check out The Post's local blog directory -- where you can search for local blogs by topic and location. If you're a blogger, you can also register you blog and share your thoughts with other Post readers.

By Washington Post editors  | September 27, 2010; 3:16 PM ET
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