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First Bite: Chupacabra Taqueria

May 30th, 2013 · 4 Comments · Capitol Hill, DC, H Street

As I sit here and try to recreate my first bite experience over at Chupacabra Taqueria‘s new bricks and mortar store, located at 822 H Street NE, I am distracted. My distraction: I have a cheese-filled Venezuelan style arepa in the fridge. A crunchy, cheese-filled delicious fried corn cake that is begging to be eaten […]

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First (and Second and Third…) Bite: Batter Bowl Bakery

January 8th, 2013 · 3 Comments · H Street

Batter Bowl Bakery at 403 H Street NE opened for business on Friday. They offer a good assortment of breads, puff pastries, bagels, macarons (the almond paste cookies, not their extra-o’ed coconut cousins in the cookie family). This week, they are also introducing heavier breakfast fare, like pancakes and breakfast sandwiches. They also serve Illy-brand […]

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Going for the Gobbler: Where will you get your Thanksgiving turkey?

November 15th, 2012 · 1 Comment · Capitol Hill, DC

I have two boys, each with a hollow leg, because they eat a scandalous amount despite being on the skinny side. So, knowing that a 10 pound turkey would be no match for Gobble-Dee and Gobble-Dum, I couldn’t resist the tasteful and elegant siren song of P&C Market’s Polyface Farm Turkeys. In case you’ve never […]

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Hill Pops: Fearless crusaders of….. did you say CHILE MANGO?!

July 7th, 2012 · No Comments · Capitol Hill

We here at The Hill is Home are sitting down, blowing kisses at our fans and air conditioning right now. Of course, some of us THIHers who shall remain nameless are out there camping and we’re all just kind of shaking our heads, but we digress.  The mission of today and tomorrow is to COOL […]

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Pound the Hill Unveils Bistro and Wine Bar

February 1st, 2012 · 5 Comments · DC, Eastern Market

Picture this: You’re walking down that wide, tree-lined boulevard we call Pennsylvania Avenue. It’s spring, and you see children walk by in strollers and dogs and their owners briskly sauntering by. The sun starts to set dramatically over the Capitol. In the air, the unmistakeable scent of apple blossoms mingles with Moroccan lentils, or perhaps […]

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