Some of Seattle’s best chefs are offering up inspiring menus from Italy, France and the Mediterranean. Put some spice into your New Year’s Eve and plan to dine out with one of these fixe prix meals!
Care to shop fresh and local this winter? Some farmer’s markets in Puget Sound stay open year round, and others are open during the holidays with the freshest and best ingredients to make sure your holidays are healthy and bright!
Looking for a way to cut down on prep and cooking time, and enjoy your guests? Here are some great places where you can pick up a delicious holiday meal. Some even offer convenient online ordering!
If you are new to hard cider, it’s worth a try. Locally grown apples have put the Northwest on the map for delicious hard apple cider. Here are some of our favorite Washington cider makers.
Coffee and a doughnut? Sometimes that’s just what hits the spot. And lucky for us, the Seattle area is filled with locally owned, gourmet doughnut shops that are getting some national attention.
September 8 – 16 is Washington Cider Week. If you love hard cider, you’re in luck! There are lots of events celebrating local ciders and bites. Here are some of our favorites.
Help the Seattle Center celebrate its 50th birthday, enjoy organic produce and gardening at the Urban Farm Festival, pick apples and squeeze your own cider, and learn more about Japanese Culture! There are some great free activities for you and your kids in Puget Sound this weekend!
Washington Organic Week, September 8 – 15 is a celebration of Washington’s diverse and lush organic agriculture. Come to a gourmet organic cooking class, learn to brew an organic hard cider just in time for fall, sample organic, fair trade chocolates and attend a “good food” themed auction!
Autism Day is a free, fun-filled event designed for families touched by autism. It’s a chance to relax in a beautiful setting, meet other families, and enjoy a day of awareness and understanding.
Whether its for yourself, your office or as a gift, supporting local Seattle coffee roasters is always a good idea. Here are some local roasting companies that know beans about beans!