mtTownsend

Mt. Townsend Creamery

Mt. Townsend Creamery’s cheeses are transporting. Seastack, a silvery tomme lush with mushroom and citrus notes, could have been pulled from the cellar of a French chateau....

beyondIPA

Beyond the IPA

Though it may seem a blasphemous omission for a Northwest brewery, you won’t find an IPA at Propolis Brewing in Port Townsend....

sweeterFrost

Sweeter After a Frost

Magenta hues brightened the ribs and veins of this January King cabbage as it experienced increasingly cold winter weather....

pugetMusselSound

Brrrrrrrrr!

When the temperatures drop, it’s time to turn to comfort menus and heartier dishes....

twentyOneAcres

21 Acres

“When we choose to purchase and eat foods grown locally, seasonally, and organically, we support our local economy and create a livelihood for local family farmers that in many cases have been tending their lands for several generations,”...

edible_journeys1

Camping With Julia

“I would far prefer to have things happen as they naturally do, such as the mousse refusing to leave the mold, the potatoes sticking to the skillet, the apple charlotte slowly collapsing. One of the secrets of cooking is to learn to correct something if you can, and bear with it if you cannot.”...

eatWell

Eat Well, Be Well

“He’s an extraordinary chef and food-service director, but he’s a better human being,” says Glenn. “His passion and sincerity about this is impossible to miss.”...

farro

Farro for the Cold

Farro is part of a larger wheat family consisting of three ancient varieties: emmer, spelt, and einkorn....

noTill

No Till Farming

Karl Kupers’s twinkling blue eyes, easy grin, and tall lean stature might be expected on a Hollywood set but not in the wheat fields of eastern Washington. But there I was in Ritzville, Washington, with 50 others on the Shepherd’s Grain farm tour, listening to Karl’s rich, energizing voice resonate across the ever-so-gently-swaying golden fields....