Nov 24, 2014
Under and around the mounds of food on your Thanksgiving table, what will you be offering or bringing to drink? Wine is often the first choice, but it doesn’t have to be the only choice. Just for fun, I whipped up a mock Thanksgiving dinner and put a number of wines and two beers to the taste test for big day.
I cooked up a quick mock Thanksgiving dinner of citrus herb run turkey breast, garlic...
Sep 26, 2014
So many great craft beer and food pairings at the Craft Beer + Food festival, it was hard to pick a winner. A People’s choice winner was announced but it was so close, the second place team was announced as well but I want to talk about some of the other great pairings first.
The longest line of the night was for Watershed Pub & Kitchen butternut squash, gorgonzola cheese pizza paired...
Sep 19, 2014
Tonight reminds me of the feeling I used to get the night before Christmas. A sense of excitement and enthusiasm combined with a lack of patience, eager for the next morning to come. Why? Because tomorrow Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg are going to give the keynote speech at the International Food Bloggers Conference (IFBC) I’ll be attending this weekend. Who are these people? In short, they are my...
Sep 16, 2014
More tickets will be released, on Thursday September 18th, for the sold out Craft Beer + Food Event. Craft Beer + Food is an unique food and beer pairing event in which chefs and brewers work together to create a beer and culinary partnership to excite your senses: eyes, nose and mouth.
When tickets were released last month for the 4th annual Craft Beer + Food Event, the tickets sold out in only...
Jan 30, 2014
Celebrate the stellar talents of the outstanding women in the Northwest Food and Wine industry, with a special focus on Washington talent. In collaboration with, and in support of, the Women’s Funding Alliance, Seattle Uncorked is thrilled to present the first annual Women Stars of Food and Wine on February 9, 2014.
Women Star Chefs:
A woman’s job may have been in the kitchen but usually it...