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Unwrap some Harry Potter magic this holiday season.+ read more
May the Force be with you.+ read more
Adorable spring finds for that room update you’ve been planning.+ read more
First it was stitch-and-bitch knitting sessions—now, sewing circles are the rage among domestic artists. To accommodate Seattle’s social seamstresses, many local fabric shops are opening sewing studios, replete with high-end machines and notions, as hubs of support and creative camaraderie. …+ read more
Seattle has long been blessed with excellent gourmet and specialty food grocers: Big John’s PFI for Italian pastas and its terrific cheese counter; Uwajimaya, our first stop for obscure ingredients, from pomelo to gobo root. Then there’s Pike Place Market,…+ read more
With ancient roots winding from the Iberian Peninsula through most of Latin America, these warm and gooey combinations of meat, cheese, veggies and/or fruit in a fried or baked dough pocket have long been favored by laborers, travelers and traders—and…+ read more
When it comes to sampling the best authentic flavors from all over the globe, Seattle has it made. From Thai to Japanese, Seattle foodies know exactly where to go for the best eats all over town. Now, the Seattle food…+ read more
In a city celebrated for its distinct enclaves steeped in neighborhood pride, it’s a tricky proposition selecting “The Best.” After all, choosing a place to live is an exercise in juggling priorities—affordability, schools, safety, housing, yards, amenities, walkability, views, accessibility—that…+ read more
Yes, there’s still lots of space on the calendar until Christmas and then New Year’s Eve, but it’s not too early to book those holiday dinner rezzies. If you manage to hire a babysitter or drop the kids off with…+ read more
There’s something ironic about a museum devoted to documenting a city’s progress getting booted out of its home in the name of progress.
Then again, the team at Seattle’s Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI)…+ read more
Oprah may have flown Ezell’s chicken out to Chicago whenever she had a particular craving, but there are plenty of other crispy Northwest recipes for this comfort-food favorite.
Ma‘ono Fried Chicken & Whisky
Crafting the fried chicken with gochujang and…
Shannon Borg from Seattle Magazine writes:
When people talk about “food-friendly” wines, what do they mean? Wine and food just naturally go together, right? Well, yes. And no. Sometimes you just want a glass of…+ read more
Seattle-based food writer Kim O’Donnel was into Meatless Mondays long before Mario Batali and others shoved this notion onto the mainstream consciousness. Hooray and pass the kale chips! (You’ll find a recipe for those crunchy green gems in her first…+ read more
Fall’s crisp air lends itself to many seasonal treats (including some previously-mentioned fall drinks), but no ingredient says “fall” as much as an apple.
Luckily, we don’t have to be like Herculus and travel to…+ read more