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Posted at 3:58 PM ET, 08/ 6/2010

Aisle surfing, breakfast pizza: 5 D.C. blogs

By Washington Post editors
Washington Post editors

Good afternoon. Today's entries from the D.C. area blogsphere remind us that while eating food is still the best (fresh peaches! strawberry shortcake!), reading about it can be just as fun. Another blogger also reminds us that wasp nests and bee hives are not so fun.

The folks at Food & Think offer a mouth-watering, brain-tickling summer reading list for food lovers.

Speaking of food -- how about some pizza for breakfast? Of course, pepperoni might not be your thing, so here's an answer. Breakfast pizza . Just Eat It has this handy recipe.

I sometimes cringe when I see movie versions of journalists at work. That's whyFeast After Famine has a post near and dear to my heart. Reporters – she blogs – are people too. Agreed!

Not Enough Tequila in This World blogs about stinging insects and why they need to stay on their side of the room. As a veteran of many a bee sting, am totally with him on this one.

If you commute by bus – or even Metro – you’ll appreciate these tips from WashingTina on aisle surfing, or how not to end up in another passenger’s lap when no seats on the bus are available. And I agree -- I have a hard time staying balanced standing still in four-inch heels without having to do so on Metrobus.

Thanks for reading. Remember, if you know of a great blog we're missing -- message us. If you're a blogger celebrating a blogiversary or just starting out, let us know. Have a great weekend and see you again in this space on Monday.

By Washington Post editors  | August 6, 2010; 3:58 PM ET
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Wow, thanks for the feature! Surf's up!

Posted by: washingtina | August 6, 2010 5:08 PM | Report abuse

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