There are several classic Seattle restaurants with commanding views of 4th of July fireworks. But that’s not the only way to dine and dazzle on Independence Day. Consider the following venues for your holiday celebration.
Be both healthy and festive at your Fourth of July BBQ with these red, white, and blue dish ideas.
Want a meal so simple that all you need is a mug and a microwave? Learn how to prepare chocolate pistachio brownies in a mug with this easy recipe from Denise Smart, author of “Meal In A Mug.”
A decade ago you’d be hard pressed to find even a handful of restaurants serving great Italian fare in Seattle but that has all changed. Now you can find great Italian bites from one end of the city to the other ranging from meatball sandwiches and pizza pies to elegant multi-course tasting menus with wine pairings.
The trick to having a stress-free meal in the great outdoors is to pack your basket well.
A food-filled Father’s Day celebration is the perfect way to honor Dad this year.
Forget your usual summer beverages. Get a little creative and enjoy one of these cool treats to take the edge off on even the hottest summer day.
Some say that the best barbecue is found in the deep south. While that may be true, the greater Seattle area is home to a surprisingly large number of authentic barbecue spots. Most have competed in BBQ events across the country and use old family recipes for a tried and true taste.
Want a summer dish that’s easy to make as it is elegant? Whip up these sautéed dates with olive oil and sea salt from Molly Wizenberg, author of “Delancey.”
Love pork rolls? Love mac n’ cheese? Susan Sprague Yeske, contributor to “The Pork Roll Cookbook, shares her simple recipe for pork roll mac n’ cheese.
While turkey is the quintessential Thanksgiving dish, it’s the side dishes that can make or break the meal. From roasted asparagus to classic pumpkin pie, it’s time to get inspired.