ARLINGTON— Even Whole Foods isn't immune to the area's ramen noodle obsession. The grocery store, which is launching a new line of Miso Tonkotsu Ramen bowls, is holding a ramen night on Jan. 22 in partnership with Genji Sushi. Bowls will be buy one, get one free.
VARIOUS NEIGHBORHOODS— Capital Cooking puts together a list of the Top 10 comfort dessert dishes in DC, from Blue Duck Tavern's apple pie to doughnuts from The Palm. [CC]
WOODLEY PARK— A bunch of chefs, including Adam Sobel, R.J. Cooper and Mike Isabella, are coming together on Sunday, Jan. 13, for a benefit dinner that will aid the son of a Four Seasons staffer, who suffers from a spinal injury. Tickets for the event are $200; more info here. [EaterWire]
FOOD MEDIA— Tim Carman. That commie. A couple participants in the Free Range Food chat take the news of All We Can Eat's axing as an opportunity to complain the blog had veered left. Food truck coverage really sticks it to the man, it seems. [WaPo]