Drunken Strawberries Your new favorite party treat: drunken strawberries! These simple, beautiful wine-soaked strawberries are made with fresh strawberries, your favorite bubbly wine and sweet cane sugar. Skip the bottle of wine and bring these to your next party, brunch or girl’s night! A little over a month ago we shared an Instagram Reel of this simple, READ: Drunken Strawberries ...
by EverOut Staff Paragon's "pique-nique" menu is designed especially for picnic season—you can even rent a vintage basket to transport your meal. ParagonWe're well into the dog days of summer, and it's prime time for al fresco hangouts with friends. Not coincidentally, July is also National Picnic Month. We've got you covered with plenty of provisions perfect for a moveable feast, from fried chicken to charcuterie to cheese. Some places are even offering pre-assembled picnic kits for extra simplicity. All that's left for you to do is pack up your wicker basket and gingham blanket and scout out a location. For ideas for where to picnic, check out this guide to the best parks and beaches in Seattle. For more inspiration, check out our food and drink guide. BottlehouseThis Madrona wine bar and shop offers small, medium, and large "monger boxes" with a selection of meats and cheeses curated by their...
It used to be that if you wanted ice cream in Paris, you went to Berthillon. While there were other notable places on my list (circa 2007), if you wanted a scoop of ice cream after dark in other parts of the cities, you were out of luck. Like bakeries, ice cream options tend to be few and far between in the evening, and there... ...
How to Grill Fruit (2 different ways!) Learn how to grill fruit two different ways to enjoy all summer long! In this step-by-step tutorial, you’ll learn how to grill your favorite stone fruits like peaches and plums, plus larger fruits like pineapple and watermelon, directly on the grill and using fruit kabobs. Enjoy as-is or drizzle with honey yogurt for the perfect READ: How to Grill Fruit (2 different ways!) ...
Also included: A short dissertation on French ham. by Meg van Huygen Jambon de Paris with Brie on a baguette; a thing of butter, a thing of beauty. Meg van HuygenIf you ever go to France, you will meet the jambon-beurre. Like most French food, the sandwich is both simple and luxurious: A fresh baguette—usually the long, skinny ficelle—sliced lengthwise, spread with Euro butter on both sides, and dressed with a few thin slices of ham folded somewhat labially into the breadslot. Cheese options typically include Brie, Camembert, or Gruyère. Occasionally, there are cornichons. Very often, there’s no cheese or pickles, and it’s literally just butter and ham on bread. The dumbfuck American hamburger only recently “usurped” this classic peasant lunch in terms of its popularity in the country, but it still stands as France’s (other) answer to fast food. Delicious, fast, cheap, portable. If you go to a cafe...
Pretend you're a sea creature while you swim and watch Luca at the Evergreen Community Aquatic Center this Saturday. by Matt Baume Pretend you're a sea creature while you swim and watch Luca at the Evergreen Community Aquatic Center this Saturday. Pixar RUNNING THROUGH AUG 7: SUSANNA BLUHM'S THE MONKEY-ROPE AT J. RINEHART GALLERYSusanna Bluhm's "At the Beach (the Pequod Meets the Virgin)" feels like it's calling me to Florida..... Courtesy of J. Rinehart GalleryThe brushstrokes in Susanna Bluhm's paintings are thick—there's no delicacy about them. Not in the shrubs that cover her mountainscapes nor in the storm clouds that intimidate her beach scenes. Not even in her still life of cinnamon muffins that seem to occupy a light-filled room. But that thickness invites you to get lost in Bluhm's large, semi-abstract works that depict the corners of neighborhoods, restaurants, and beaches across the United States. In The Monkey-Rope at J....
Jonathan Pak opened two new cafes at the worst and yet also the best possible time. by Matt Baume I bet they're talking about bicycles. Overcast Coffee CoJonathan Pak spent the pandemic serving coffee to medical workers, day in and day out. He opened his shop, Overcast Coffee Co, in the Kaiser Permanente building on 15th Ave in June of 2020, and now he’s expanded to a second location on Union Street, sharing a space with the Métier bike shop. While the height of a pandemic might have been the worst time in history to have opened a brick-and-mortar cafe, this moment — with everyone emerging and ready to socialize — might be the best. “This is my first time running a business,” Pak says, sounding both tired and happy over a Zoom call. “It’s been a really great start.” And while he’s settling into a comfortable routine of slipping caffeine...
by EverOut Staff Flora Bakehouse in Beacon Hill opened its new rooftop patio this week. Flora BakehouseThis week, Flora Bakehouse unveils a new rooftop patio, and Opus Co. is saying goodbye with a six-week-long tasting menu before it closes for good. Plus, The Lumber Yard Bar finds a new location after the White Center fire, and Mochinut brings mochi doughnuts and rice dogs to Southcenter. Read on for more of this week's food news. For more ideas, check out our food and drink guide. NEW OPENINGS AND RETURNSThe ApothecaryThis weekend, the Canterbury Ale House is opening The Apothecary, a "secret" bar concealed behind a hidden wall. The speakeasy-style addition will offer cocktails and small plates.Capitol HillDine-in ...
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