If you were following the Washington City Paper’s blogs on Thursday, February 19th, you were treated to “an average day in the city” – including food writer Tim Carman’s rundown of a day spent with Joe Englert. Apparently it was a hit, because they’ve decided to take another bite at the apple today.
This time, the City Paper’s staff has taken an entirely food-focused approach. You can expect to see photo sets highlighting the contents of their refrigerators (you know you’re curious), street cart serenades, and even an investigative piece into the District’s edible waste (read: a salute to dumpster-diving).
Will it be The Best of DC? Probably not. After all, the point of the effort is to look at food and dining from average, unsung angles…checking in with line cooks instead of executive chefs, for example.
There’s certainly no shortage of subject matter, but we want to be helpful in case some of the writers get stuck. So here’s an “average day for food” at Capital Spice:
Breakfast: a homemade cappuccino, made with illy espresso and topped with milk frothed using our aerolatte.
Lunch: a salad with Loudoun lettuce from Endless Summer Harvest and roasted chicken from Capitol Hill Poultry in Eastern Market
Dinner: Sushi at Momoyama (Boston roll, bulgogi roll, iguana roll)
Throw in a blog post and a few food-focused press-releases sent our way, and that’s about the extent of it…as long as our willpower holds out and we can refrain from mid-day snacking.
Hmmm…not exactly exciting, but definitely average.
What would an average day for food mean for you? Bonus points if it actually involves you working with food in some capacity!