Road Trip

The Lure of Lummi

“So what is there to do on the island?” I hear a visitor ask the woman in front of me at her driver’s-side window. We’re waiting in line for the tiny, open-air car ferry to transport us to Lummi Island, just a five-minute ride from the small mainland terminal.

Have it Your Whey

The 4 a.m. drive from Seattle to the tiny town of Duvall is darker than seems possible. Once I hit those country back-roads, there wasn’t a streetlight for miles…

GRuB Digs In

n the spring of 2015, the farm that’s tended by Mark Oravsky and his volunteers was a half-acre of matted grass, littered with trash and rusted equipment. In a photograph of the plot, located on the east side of Olympia,..

Port Ludlow Resort Redefines the Farm Dinner

A farm-to-table journey. Last year, when summer was starting to yield to fall, I couldn’t help but reach for the last of the season’s…

The Fruit of their Labor

The Soltes family keeps a 70-year-old farm thriving

Harvesting the Hood Canal

Celebrating the Region’s Undiscovered Treasures

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.”

The Northwest Tea Festival

“Tea is the second most popular beverage in the world,” points out Rosanoff [the first being water]. “It’s changed and adapted to different cultures and that’s what is fun about it—to see Korean tea ceremony and Japanese tea ceremony next to each other.”

Bites and Beers in Bellingham

I know locals who complain that Bellingham can’t keep an upscale restaurant alive. At one time there were several fine dining destinations, like Nimbus, Flats and Tivoli.

Spirits in Yakima Valley

Like many Seattleites, most of my previous trips to the Yakima Valley centered on wine tasting. On a recent trip, the goal was no different. Wine tasting was first on our list. But as we soon discovered, the tasting opportunities don’t end with wine.

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