Scoop Blog Archive / October 2013

Updated: Canned Salmon Challenge Recipes From Tom Douglas, Holly Smith

Leslie Kelly
Tom Douglas' Wild Salmon Melt

Americans really should eat more seafood. If everybody ate fish just twice a week, we’d be a whole lot healthier.

That’s the noble mission of a Washington D.C.-based non-profit called Seafood Nutrition Partnership, run by Linda Cornish, a go-getter, who makes regular trips to Seattle to meet with sponsors of this fairly new initiative. Read more »

Mask Decorating with Marigold and Mint

The rule is there are no rules when it comes to Halloween mask making

Halloween doesn’t have to be about scary things or licensed characters. It can also be a good time to unleash your creativity and connect with the natural world of late season flowers, feathers, pods and other earthly materials. Read more »


The Auburn Supermall Transforms into The Outlet Collection

Mark Doxon and Cinderella (also known as Lily), cut the balloon rope to open the Doxon Toyota play area

After a year long, $35 million complete revamp, The Outlet Collection hosted their grand unveiling on October 17 with much fanfare. Read more »

Two Cool Early November Events at West Elm in South Lake Union

Aside from just about everything they carry, one of the best things about West Elm is how they partner with interesting local talent for fun in-store events. And in the next few weeks, just in time for burgeoning thoughts of holiday gift giving, they’re hosting two fun-sounding events that should not be missed. Read more »

Calypso St. Barth Now Open at University Village

Taryn printed silk top, $250

You probably know the brand Calypso St. Barth as a go-to for summer tunics and flowing resort wear, but trust us, it offers some pretty great cozy-chic fall/winter options as well including some pretty luxe cashmere sweaters, sleek embroidered Boho velvet pieces, beaded silk, supple leather and loads of other fashionable treats. Read more »