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  1. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    Such fun. Such delicious eats. Such a soul-enriching time 🙂 No, Pete Campbell, No!!!!!!!! Noooooooooooooooo.
    Heidi xo

  2. Christine

    I’ve only recently tried Kohlrabi for the first time and I’m super obsessed already. I just boiled and cubed mine but would like to experiment with other ways to enjoy it. And kohlrabi greens were delicious and mild though a bit chewy for my taste.

  3. Johanna GGG

    I nod sagely at mustard on toast – sometimes (often) you need savoury breakfast

    I scratched my head and though is it now trendy to serve coffee in a jar with a handle – please no

    I smiled broadly at the smart woman cup and all the happiness

  4. Allysia

    Ha ha, oh bloggers and their laptops. 🙂 Looks like a great time!

  5. Emma

    Yummmm….DC is a vegan food haven. I will be there devouring all of it (yes ALL of it) in October 🙂

  6. Caralyn @ glutenfreehappytummy

    i love farmers markets! always good stuff:)

  7. Gena

    Oh, Hannah. I think you did much better things with my pantry than I ever do. The mustard stuff makes so much more sense in the context of marmite. And it is YOU who are a gem!!!! Thanks for a lovely week, and the birthday company. <3

  8. FoodFeud

    Looks like a ton of fun. The drink sounds delicious but I am especially jealous of the peek into the pantry! I would go wild with that.

  9. Shenandoah Vegan

    That Veestro service sounds great. Do you recommend it?

  10. Hotly Spiced

    I love how everyone in the cafe seems to have their Mac Book Pro with them! Toast with dijon! Well, it is the mustard of choice in this house but we usually add a little ham! xx

  11. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    This post was even more enjoyable for knowing that I will actually see Washington DC for myself in the not too distant future – I’m going to look forward to good coffee (hopefully it is available outside of Gena’s apartment too?!) and to your part 2 🙂

  12. msihua

    Dijon mustard on toast? How does it taste? I must investigate.. so glad you had an awesome time.. I too would be happy when matcha over rides coffee.. mMMm

  13. Ricki

    What a perfectly perfect week! The two of you set the adorable meter jumping way beyond its limits. 😉 So glad you had so much fun together (and love that shot of the two computers and coffees. . . such a blogger pic!!) 😀

  14. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    So cute! Twin laptops and coffees! I love that Gena seems to be on a matcha bender right now, I plan on making her matcha chia pudding soon. I haven’t found a bad matcha recipe yet.

  15. Heathy

    I’m behind on your adventures. Looks like such fun and delicious eats with Gena! Toast with dijon hehehe. Surely you can get vegemite in the store there – we can even get it in Sioux!

  16. Emma

    Bulleit! Hehe, I can’t even believe you went there.

  17. Nat @ Appetite Affliction

    OMG that porridge looks amazing. I did a double-take with the scroll button on my mouse. Ha! <3

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