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December 27, 2010

I went Christmas caroling at The White House...

I'm cooking the Noma dishes this week and will blog about them shortly.

In the meantime, here's a video of my little Christmas caroling escapade at The White House.

Big props to Cassie and Lucas for joining me in song... and special thanks to their family for letting them do it.  They were visiting Washington from out of town and were amazing sports for letting me, a total stranger, rope them into being a part of this fun little event.


Somersaults at the Capitol Building coming soon.

And a reminder: donating to Share Our Strength enters you into a drawing to win a dinner for four at Alinea, among other amazing prizes.

Be back soon...



p.s. -- Thanks to Chris Wilson for being my camera guy.



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Way to take one for the team! I know how blasted cold it was out there. On the Noma dishes, you're not going to eat your Christmas tree, are you?

Good job ladies! Carol - I've been following your blogs since I stumbled upon French Laundry at Home shortly after you started it. You inspired me to blog myself - we've never met, but I feel almost as if you're one of my favorite neighbors. I was recently awarded the "Stylish Blogger Award" and I'm passing it on to you! http://the-view-from-a-broad.blogspot.com/2011/01/since-this-is-as-close-as-im-going-to.html

That was fabulous! Glad you found some good sports to carol with.

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