3.04.2011

5 Bites: Jenny Poole

Jenny Poole is founder of the blog Found by a Friend.
Growing up in Herndon the daughter of an Italian mother and a father
hailing from Baltimore, her fondest memories as a child involve being
exposed to new foods on special occasions — sampling the pupu platter
from a Chinese restaurant one Christmas Eve and testing out cannoli from
Vaccaro's Bakery the next.


Today, Jenny enjoys catching
Washington Rugby Football Club games, dining on NY Strip cooked up by
her talented boyfriend Dumont, and visiting New Orleans for a Ramos Gin
Fizz.


1. A tall Magner's Cider over ice at Daniel O'Connell's Irish Pub


2. Berger's Cookies, a Baltimore staple, purchased from The Italian Store


3. Tuna Ni├žoise tartine from Ris


4. Chunky monkey scone (chocolate, banana, walnut) from Northside Social


5. Elephant garlic on homemade bread from Pizza Paradiso

Metrocurean wants your bites! Share all the delicious things you've
been eating and drinking by e-mailing five of your favorites and whether
you'd like your name and a picture included to metrocurean AT gmail.com.

Browse all delicious 5 bites in one place.
Metrocurean wants your bites! Share all the delicious things you've
been eating and drinking by e-mailing five of your favorites and whether
you'd like your name and a picture included to metrocurean AT gmail.com.

Browse all delicious 5 bites in one place.
Share all the delicious things you've
been eating and drinking by e-mailing five of your favorites and whether
you'd like your name and a picture included to metrocurean AT gmail.com.

Browse all delicious 5 bites in one place.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Any beer @ O'Connel's is fine by me, excellent choices.

Amanda said...

Yes, cider over ice sounds so refreshing. I'll have to try it.