Do blue M&Ms heal spinal injuries?  
 
Young & Hungry reviews Present, a Vietnamese restaurant in Falls Church.  

J. Lo does not enjoy her Gray’s Papaya hot dog.  
 
Endless Simmer’s Top 10 Food Terms that Sound Dirty But Aren’t has us giggling like 5th graders.  
 
Choosing the right cheese for a road trip lunch. 
 
Arugula Files tries to eat less meat and comes up with a delicious plate of mushrooms, thyme, shallots, and polenta. 
 
DC Foodies shares its love for Galaxy Hut.

Feel free to write a love letter to the city of DC for defacing the brand new cobblestone street outside Eastern Market.  

The Grand International feasts on a shrimp and feta dish.  
 
The former Greenbriar chef has returned to its kitchen.   
 
The DC Rickey Month winners got together at Bourbon to celebrate and sample
 
The New York Times named Sam Sifton the new Restaurant Critic.

Trummers on Main is launching a brunch menu this weekend. 
 
The Metropolitan Cooking and Entertaining show (this November 6 and 7th) announced its chef line up, including familiar faces from The Food Network and some of DC’s brightest stars. Of particular note? Bryan Voltaggio of Volt who may or may not be a big deal by November, depending on his performance on Top Chef. Don’t worry Bryan – you’ll always be a big deal to us!  
 
Foodie Tots takes on a blueberry clafoutis with a 3-year old sous chef.

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