A River Runs Through It

With 12 cideries to choose from, each with its own specialties, the Columbia River Gorge is ripe for a road trip....

Muhammara Dip

This brightly hued, roasted red pepper dip hails from Syria, and its signature ingredient is sweet and tangy pomegranate molasses....

Hello, Holidays!

Nothing gets a party started quite like food. Here are four go-to recipes that deliver a high-impact result with relatively little fuss — perfect for this busy holiday season....

Buty’s Beauties

The stones, silt, sand, and loam coating eastern Washington’s and northeast Oregon’s wine regions are the focal point behind Buty’s wines....

Sweet on Local

With a mission to support small farms, Salmonberry Goods places pastries into the farm-to-table movement....

Dark Chocolate Gingerbread Scones

With a deep, dark flavor, thanks to the maple syrup, brown sugar, and molasses, these scones are an easy fit for the holiday morning table....

Piece of Cake

Late-autumn soil building is a birthday gift to your garden....

All is Calm, All is Bright

To me, Christmas tastes like angel bars. I’m up early this morning. Tony Bennett croons from the speakers...

Coffee and Walnut Cake

This Brit was somewhat bemused when she first arrived in the U.S. and was offered a slice of "coffee cake"...

Coffee with a Conscience

Street Bean brews opportunities for street-involved youth to reclaim their lives, one cup at a time....

Hama Hama On the Half Shell

Our mission is pretty simple: Utilize low impact farming methods to grow world-class oysters, have fun, and leave something good for the next guy....

Marginal to Mainstream

The Foodways Project is a grassroots effort to undo racism and other forms of oppression through food-focused education, empowerment, and activism....

Peak Pours

Gilbert Cellars, a small family winery in Yakima, handcrafts true-to-varietal Washington wine....

The Consummate Hostess

Her mother's welcoming spirit inspired Donna Moodie to name her restaurant Marjorie, after the most gracious hostess she ever knew....