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3400 block of Volta Pl.

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Cookie Dough Shop Coming to Wisconsin Ave.

Signage has gone up at 1332 Wisconsin Ave. announcing the imminent arrive of the Dough Jar, a shop dedicated to selling you the forbidden fruit of raw (but safe) cookie dough.

Everyone who made cookies as a kid knows the bliss of snacking on a bit (or more) of the cookie dough before it went into the oven. Sure, it technically had raw eggs in it, what of it?

The Dough Jar is a DC product, having been developed at the Union Kitchen, a commercial kitchen open to foody entrepreneurs. It offers a variety of jars of cookie dough of varying flavors, like chocolate chip, peanut butter chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin, and others. Presumably they don’t have raw eggs.  Continue reading

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2900 block of Dumbarton St.

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Commander Salamander Recreated For Wonder Woman 2

In connection with the filming of Wonder Woman 2, the production crew has painted 1415 Wisconsin Ave. to appear like the much loved former Commander Salamander.

This is consistent with the rumors that this movie is going to be set in the 80s, which was the heydays of the funky shop. This is also consistent with GM’s prediction made a couple weeks ago:

The movie is supposedly going to be set in the 1980s. And GM’s theory is that they are going to temporarily use the former Appalachian Spring space and turn it into an 80s era shop, or the like.

If only there were some sort of a betting market for stuff like this, GM could’ve made a bundle! Continue reading

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