December 2015

Holiday Take-Out: The Entire Dinner

Here's where you can bring home the entire holiday feast, from appetizer to dessert

Seattle is teeming with gourmands and grocers ready to offer up a full meal deal. So why not take them…

Jess Thomson, Cynthia Nims and Sheila Cain

Holiday Take-Out: Brunch Options

Bakery sweets and savory local meats to round out an easy brunch at home

The food focus come December is heavily weighted toward big turkeys and honey-roasted hams, rich side dishes and decadent desserts….

Jess Thomson, Cynthia Nims and Sheila Cain

Holiday Take-Out: Dessert

Where to get a great dessert for your holiday feast

Let’s face it: We’re not all bakers. But banning Betty Crocker from our lives doesn’t mean we can’t take post-dinner…

Jess Thomson, Cynthia Nims and Sheila Cain

Holiday Take-Out: Easy Holiday Drinks

…so you don’t have to play bartender all night long

FizzyA bubbly cocktail kicks off any celebration with flair. There’s the classic Champagne cocktail: a sugar cube dashed with angostura…

Jess Thomson, Cynthia Nims and Sheila Cain

Holiday Take-Out: Cocktail Party Hors d’Oeuvres

Fail-safe gourmet grab-and-go noshes for an instant cocktail party

Yes, yes, it’s a busy time of year. So you might talk yourself out of having friends in for a…

Jess Thomson, Cynthia Nims and Sheila Cain

Holiday Take-Out: Where to Buy Simple Side Dishes

Here’s what to buy (or make) to fill in the feast.

Our go-to farmers’ market stops have the best fall and winter produce for classic (or not so classic) side dishes—all…

Jess Thomson, Cynthia Nims and Sheila Cain