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Remember the bok choi and snow peas we planted in the raised beds back in March? Well, they’re growing away! Here’s a little update… Also, if you’re in the Seattle area, this weekend is the Seattle Tilth Edible Plant Fair … Continue reading
The Seattle FoodShed is headed to Chicago for the weekend. We’ll be cheering on the Seattle Reign FC as they take on the Chicago Red Stars in the season opener of the National Women’s Soccer League. Of course, we’ll be … Continue reading
It’s springtime in Seattle, and the April weather is all over the place. It’s pouring one minute, sunshining the next, and sometimes it’s raining and sunning at the same time. With weather like this, you need something to warm your … Continue reading
Spring is in full roar here at the Seattle Foodshed’s home gardens. The leaves are unfurling, the first vegetables are growing, and we’ve received some delightful surprises in the form of tulips we forgot we’d planted. Here’s what we’re doing … Continue reading
There used to be a restaurant in Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood called Still Life. They made sandwiches with creative toppings and great spreads and it was a wonderful place to spend a rainy afternoon eating lunch. So when I took the … Continue reading
Spring is here! And it’s time to start planting vegetable seeds in our Seattle garden. How do we know? Well, all the signs are there! First, just look at how pumped Walnut is!
Looking for a welcoming little neighborhood bar to visit this weekend? We had the joy of stumbling across Oak in Seattle’s Beacon Hill neighborhood, and we liked it enough we thought we’d invite you to visit, too.
There’s something cozy – on a cold, brisk Seattle day – about cranking out a little homemade linguine. The chewy noodles and the bite of lemon makes this a dish that’s hard to stop eating. Add fresh shrimp and some … Continue reading
The tricky thing about winter is we’re always craving hearty food to ward off the grey Seattle chill, but we’re also craving healthy greens (to ward off wintry chubbiness). We made this for a mellow Monday evening dinner with our … Continue reading