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An interview with the author of “Food Lovers’ Guide to Seattle.”
A fresh-off-the-press book landed in my lap this week that I have to share with you. It contains secrets within that will spice up an ailing love life — or possibly even get you laid — through the glorious means of food. It’s called the “Food Lovers’ Guide to Seattle” and the author is Keren Brown, a woman Martha Stewart herself calls a “doer.”
As one of the country’s leading cities in sustainability, it might come as a shock that Seattle has just recently got on board with the environmentally sound concept of wine on tap.
Nix the case boxes, corks and labels — bottled wine has gone by the wayside for green grape crushing minds who are now focusing their efforts in eco-friendly casks of wine, similar to the likes of Pike’s brews.
Classic Scotch Brand Unveils “Cask of Dreams” for Seattleites.
Any whiskey aficionado can tell you the name ‘Glenfiddich’ is synonymous with good scotch. The eminent single malt label has been classing up joints all over the world since the 15th century, and just recently, three Glenfiddich ambassadors paid Seattleites a visit.
You might know Patterson Cellars for its value-priced, award-winning wines produced in Woodinville for more than 12 years.