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Posted at 4:45 PM ET, 09/ 7/2010

Lessons from 'Seinfeld': 5 area blogs

By Lori Aratani
Washington Post editors

Good afternoon. Turns out the Terrible Traffic Tuesday (otherwise known as the day after Labor Day) wasn't so bad after all. Still, it is indeed September. The last of the kids are returning to school and our summer vacation is over. Sigh. But as you know, there is no vacation for D.C. area bloggers. Our selections today include some thoughts on weather-themed drinks for D.C., residents who endured "Snowmageddon" and some fun experiments with food. Read on.

We love Metrocurean’s map to Red Meat Row – Dupont Circle’s burgeoning burger scene. Yes, I'd like fries with all of that.

Not Enough Tequila In The World offers suggestions for weather-themed drinks for D.C. (After the conditions this year, who wouldn't need a drink?) I could easily see myself curling up on the couch with a Freakish Rainstorm.

Food & Think offers you an excuse to play with your food. Here are eight experiments you can do with your kids (or your roommates or even by yourself).

Frugal Friends in Northern Virginia reports that teachers qualify for free coffee every Tuesday in September at participating Dunkin’ Donuts.

Who says you can’t learn anything from television? From Extraordinary Observations – what "Seinfeld" teaches us about parking. George Costanza -- an educator? Oh my.

Eating Around D.C. celebrates her first blogiversary. She tallies up the year: almost 130 posts and seven Food Field Trips. More fun promised in Year 2.

That's it for today. Have a great afternoon and good luck on that commute home. It's already Tuesday, so only three more work days. Remember, if you know of a great blog, e-mail me. You can also get your afternoon blog roundup by following me on Twitter.

By Lori Aratani  | September 7, 2010; 4:45 PM ET
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