District Darling

Life in DC beyond K Street and the Hill

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I was just in Sticky Fingers (again) getting a Chik’n Ranch Wrap ($7.50). If you’re curious, that creation consists of: 

  • soy nuggets, 
  • lettuce, 
  • avocado, 
  • refried beans 
  • homemade ranch dressing.

But what I’m really here to tell you about is the adorable way Doron Petersan has chosen to display her newly-published book. Everything in Sticky Fingers works around a few vintage 1950s kitchen appliances. Small sundries like chocolate bars and coffee beans are displayed in a mint green fridge. You can apply your condiments and stir your coffee on an old stove. It’s quite creative, but what else would you expect from someone who convinced my anti-organic, bacon-loving boyfriend to love vegan cupcakes and cookies? He has yet to come around to fake eggs and soy chicken, but I’ll get him soon enough if Doron sticks around to help. (No pun intended, I swear).

Anyway, I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait to get my next paycheck so I can buy this book.

And make my roommate cook for me …

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