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Around the world in one week: exploring D.C.ís restaurant scene

Every year, summer break provides the perfect opportunity to travel and explore, whether it be a one day road trip to a nearby beach, or an adventurous month spent hiking in the mountains. However, traveling doesnít always need to entail patiently packing away clothing, browsing online for the best hotels or spending hours searching for flight availability.

Cheap Eats in Silver Spring

You're walking down the street as the pangs of hunger begin to settle in, but there are only a few meager bills in your pocket. Everyone's been there. Sometimes hunger strikes at the most inopportune time.

Give your holidays some pizzazz with this red, white and green bread

This week on SCO Yummy, we're talking all about bread.

Tamales for Christmas?

Walking down Blair Boulevard during a typical lunch period, youíll hear multiple languages and see people of different ethnicities, religions and cultures from all over the world. There are many students who have just recently immigrated to the United States, and others who have been here their entire lives. Wherever they come from, all Blazers experience the same American holidays, but in very different ways.

A warm start to a new food blog

Silver Chips Online can now officially be your first stop for all things food.

Cozy Pacciís Pizzeria is Superbly Delicious

Pacci's Neopolitan Pizzeria in Silver Spring is tucked away in an inconspicuous corner in Downtown Silver Spring, right by the World building. Inside, Pacciís seems pretty small, with a bar, an open pizza oven, a few tables and dim lighting that adds a cozy feel. Their outdoor seating is very spacious. Although itís right on a busy road, itís quiet and tranquil, in part because of the soothing water fountain nearby. Green vines creep up the walls and bad pop music plays in the background. Itís the perfect place if you want to try new things or if you are going for something traditional.

Playing It Safe With Fire Station 1

With its big firetruck out on display, Fire Station 1, located in Downtown, is sure to get noticed. It has enough space to seat over 300 people and is located in a restored 100-year-old fire house. Although it has fun dťcor and great service, the food leaves something to be desired.

Summer Delights closes

At the end of January, the Takoma Park ice cream shop Summer Delights closed. A new restaurant owned by Jeff Black will be built in the open space following the closing of Summer Delights.

The sandwich showdown

There was a time when sandwiches were simple: just two slices of bread and your choice of peanut butter and jelly or lunchmeat. But todayís sandwiches come in all shapes, flavors and price ranges. Whether you want it cold, hot, vegetarian or beefy, thereís a kind of sandwich out there for us all.

Health Chips: Five easy tips for staying healthy

As fall wraps up and winter comes up right around the corner, it is easy to stray away from keeping fit.
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