Seattle through my friend’s lens. City of champions. Boom!
Posted in market musings, market share, out and about, Safari in your city - Seattle, travel
Tagged Aquarium, bubblegumwall, farmers market, Gasworks Park, pike place market, pnw, safari in your city, seahawks, seattle, Space Needle, travel, twelfth man, washington
Campari Safari Cocktail for my series: Safari in Your City – Seattle. Get happy.
Posted in beverage, cocktails, Eat at the Bar, happy hour, market musings, recipes, restaurants, Safari in your city - Seattle, travel
Tagged barhunt, beverage, campari, campari safari, citysafari, cocktail, drinkhunt, drinks, eatatthebar, gardenhunt, gin, pnw, recipe, seattle, tonic water, travel
I like new years. I’m down with moving forward. But as this new year starts up a little piece of my heart stays fast with 2013. A place I love, Mon Hei Bakery, didn’t make it into 2014 with us. On Christmas Eve the …
Posted in bakery, market musings, market share, out and about, poems, prose, short stories, Wandering Wednesday
Tagged baked goods, bakery, fire, historic building, international district, litttle hidden poem, Mon Hei Chinese Bakery, neighborhood, seattle
This is not sake!
Mashua Root caused a mini commotion earlier this week. Welcome to the first What’s That Wednesday!
Posted in market musings, market share, veggies, Wednesdays, What's That Wednesday
Tagged food, hummingbirds, Incan, mashua, natural medicine, Pacific Northwest, Peru, root, seattle, tuber, uwajimaya, veggies, wednesday, WhatsThatWednesday
Last year I started this blog as a birthday present to myself because I wanted to do something that I’d always wanted to do…write on a regular basis, find a voice.
I love World Market. It is the only retailer where I have successfully availed myself of the loyal customer rewards program. I’m a World Market Explorer, son.
Yu Choy has floppy leaves that drape lazily around clusters of tiny, yellow flowers. Yu Choy is delicious when cooked simply and quickly. I like to stir fry it in sesame oil with whole garlic cloves, shitake mushrooms, a generous splash of stock and a pinch of salt.