Oh, Seattle

Oh Seattle, you ole salty dog, you. I was just nowhere near your neighborhood. But I was looking for a little fresh air, and, well, you do know how to draw a gal back in. You’re always there when I need you. Refreshing sea air whispers over my skin with the sweetest kisses not even…

Seattle – Week 1 A Wake-Up Call @ Top Pot … … next door to Sun Liquor and vegan options at Toscana Linda’s Bait Shop on Broadway Dick’s Drive-In And it’s on over to Ballard … Tacos and Lemon-Lavender Soda at the Sunday Farmers’ Market And a stroll near Beth’s neighboring Green Lake

Calling All Superb Chefs and Foodists!!

Helloooo fellow Seattlelites (for two more days)! I’m leaving the Emerald City, but you’re not. So go check out Jon Staenberg’s superb space on South Lake Union. Incredible chefs pair with hungry and curious diners as well as exquisite wines and flavors in a beautiful space fit for a famished king (or queen). It’s the…

Celebrate July 4th with Friends and Boudin Balls

I was born and raised in Louisiana. When I was 17, three days  after graduating from high school, I moved with my mother to Florida. A couple of decades (plus) later, I find myself in Seattle with years of living a somewhat Bohemian lifestyle behind and ahead of me, a mélange of exciting flavors coloring…

100 Montaditos in Seattle???

Now if only Spain could export the sunshine along with their scrumptious little fast food sandwiches … le sigh. More info on the company expansion here. 100 Montaditos in Seattle???

Enter with Abandon (via City Arts)

“What is the meaning of producing food?” Mahoney asks. “Is it to feed people or is it to make money? Do we need to make money off of food? Or do we need to feed people? All the romance over food doesn’t change the fact that at the end we still have to poop it…