Why I Don’t Mind That My Garden Is Full of Weeds

Our tomato plot looks like a jungle that has not been inhabited by humans for hundreds of years.  Trailing branches reach beyond their cages and across what used to be tidy, grass-covered rows to neighboring plants.  They intermingle where we…

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You-Did-It! Dinners: Where to Celebrate Big Wins

Before you pull up to another drive-thru, check out one of these local mouth-watering options that are the tastiest equivalent to an awards ceremony around a dinner table.

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Get Outta Town: Leaf Peeping in Galena

Hit the road and don’t stop ’til you reach Galena, a sweet spot bursting with big time small-town charm.

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Just Opened: Meltkraft Artisan Grilled Cheese in Park Slope

Park Slope’s newest restaurant, Meltkraft, is sure to renew your interest in the comfort food staple.

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Fried Green Tomatoes

Last summer we had a bounty of tomatoes in our backyard. I know — seems impossible in the fog, but there they were in all their glory! Almost “Little Shop of Horrors”-like, but in a good way. We made lots…

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6 Comforting Spots for Comfort Food in Seattle

Kids and comfort food go hand in hand. Or should we say fork in hand! From mac n’ cheese to meatloaf to peach pie, we’ve pulled together some of the tastiest comfort food in Seattle, all at family-friendly restaurants. Be…

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