There were a couple of things of note in today’s Washington Post Food section:
1. An article on Rwandan coffee and a new cafe in NW called Bourbon. We are excited for Bosco and his crew to be open and serving delicious Rwandan coffee here in DC. The story of Rwandan coffee is amazing and the taste is, too. I got to speak with the reporter on my experiences with Rwandan coffee over the years and have a quote in the article. In case you are wondering, we currently do not have any offerings from Rwanda–this year’s crop won’t be until later this fall.
2. Tom Sietsema has a First Bite column on our neighbors at Seventh Hill Pizza. He really likes it and we do, too. If you haven’t tried it yet, come on by. They are just a few doors down on 7th St SE between Pennsylvania Ave and C St SE.
Also, check out the brunch ideas including delicious coddled eggs. Jill and I fell in love with coddled eggs when we were on our honeymoon in Ecuador–we might have to try these recipes. Pick up some jars like the ones used in the article at Hills Kitchen.
What a great day for food. Take care.