by Borderstan.com February 28, 2011 at 5:00 am 2,100 0

Dupont Circle Rally for Workers Rights, Borderstan Dupont Circle, Luis Gomez Photos

Saturday in Dupont Circle: The “Rally to Save the American Dream” was held to support public sector workers in Wisconsin. (Luis Gomez Photos)

Labor Rally in Dupont Circle

Several hundred people from labor and allied organizations turned out at noon Saturday in Dupont Circle to support public sector workers in Wisconsin. Check out Luis’ photos.

Another White House A-Lister in the Hood?

The Washington Post reported last week that Jeremy Bernard will be the new White House social secretary– the first openly gay person to serve in that job. The former L.A. resident and fundraiser for the Democratic Party will be returning from a diplomatic post in Paris. But the question we have: Will Bernard return to Logan Circle? The Post article said that Bernard and his former partner, Rufus Gifford (they recently split) had lived in the hood when they moved here from California two years ago: “The couple settled into a trendy “green” building on Logan Circle with their beagle, Lucas.”


by Borderstan.com October 3, 2008 at 4:53 pm 1,220 0

Last week, I posted a piece from DCFoodies on Oktoberfest celebrations in the area along with a receipe for bratwurst and German potato salad. The receipe looks wonderful, but a bit… non-traditional by heartland standards.

The posting solicited this comment from Courtney, a Borderstanian and native Wisconsinite… from Sheboygan County, no less:

Oh, my gosh. That’s not how you do it! I grew up in Sheboygan County WI, home to Johnsonville, Brat Days (yes, days are necessary to celebrate the brat), and an artificial drinking age.

The real way to do this is to slow boil your Johnsonville brats in vats of cheap beer, with onions (I have a secret ingredient, but I’m not sharing). After the brats have changed color, they go on the grill. While they are being served they go back into a beer and onions bath.

Ideally you need Sheboygan hard rolls, but they are not to be found in DC… a regular crusty hamburger roll will have to do. I think sauerkraut is weird, and the brats have such a great flavor, that a little grainy mustard is all you need.


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