John: Okay Sarah, I know you’ve been pumped about DC What are we eating?
Sarah: Wait, John. It’s not what are we eating. It’s where are we eating it! We are eating a dish inspired by the incredible chicken and rice at Tasty Kabob, basically the GOAT halal food truck (at least in DC).
John: Oh yeah, I’m definitely down for that!
Sarah: The food scene in our national capital is kind of amazing. It’s so international.
John: Agree! I was in DC like 10 years ago, and I ate at this amazing Spanish restaurant, Jaleo, which had the best -
Sarah: Albondigas! I remember those, too! The chef and owner, José Andrés, does it all - did you know he is nominated for a 2019 Nobel Peace Prize for his humanitarian work?
John: Wait, so he’s selfless, talented, and makes great albondigas? Wow.
Sarah: Wow is right. Unbuckle your seatbelt, pal - we’re here and it’s dinner time!
Q: Which street in Washington DC is “missing”?
A: In the 18th century, when Washington DC was founded, the letters I and J were many times confused for one another when handwritten, and were often used interchangeably. DC already had an I street, so J was simply left out.
with Pan Con Tomato & Saffron Mayo
Tasty Kabob-Style Curry Chicken & Rice
with Sautéed Kale & Chickpeas (for customers on 2 serving plan only)
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