Twitter: it's not just for keeping track of fancy hot dog trucks (though that is a highly important use for it). These 30 Twitter feeds will enrich your social media life (and even your life-life) exponentially:
José Andrés may be largely responsible for making DC the "food city" it is today, but every once in a while it’s okay to watch someone poke fun on his parody account. You might also like @NotTomSietsema.
This Washington Post humor columnist’s icon is a furry pile of poop. He’ll harp on the daily news and occasionally fess up to lyrics failures. "For the longest time I thought the lyric to Rock the Casbah was '#$%@ the cash bar.' And I thought Sherrie didn't like it."
John Stanton throws jabs at politicians with the biting tone one would expect of the DC bureau chief of Buzzfeed. He doesn’t hide his dislikes, which include Kanye West and kale. "Kanye West is the Adam Sandler of hiphop," he says.
Not afraid to weigh in on the big issues in witty ways. Then there’s this: "You are never truly finished in national politics until you're caught with a dead girl or a live boy, or rooting for the Dallas Cowboys."
David Hagedorn comes at food from all angles: author, critic, chef, enthusiast. You’ll always know where he’s eating thanks to his dedication to typing, "seated and tweeted." He’s also a great follow for equal rights updates.
Radio is not a lost art if you can read it on Twitter. Count on @WTOPLiving for food, health, and other news from the Glass Enclosed Nerve Center that won’t bum you out. Unlike their traffic and weather reports.
This is the woman who brought us gems like New York Times-hates-us BINGO. Grab links to other edible literary treasures from the Washington Post reporter, such as "In which I imagine the California Tortilla brainstorming session that led to the ramen burrito's squishy debut."
The "snarkiest minds from CQ Roll Call" peep on elected officials as if they were pop-stars while also providing crucial lunch deets. Careful if you’re sitting next to one of them at a bar -- they will out you. "That looks like real hair, too" -- @UnionPub patron not listening to @SenJoniErnst's #SOTU reac, remains fixated on her coiffure."