February 2012

Sun Liquor Distillery

Nestled midblock on Pike Street, Sun Liquor Distillery is the second outpost of Sun Liquor. Here, th

The Gin’s the Thing Sitting on a stool at the long wooden bar—and I strongly suggest it—is a singular experience….

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Michael McCafferty Brings Gauguin into the SAM Dollhouse

This month's Essential Seattleite explains how SAM's big shows get onto the gallery walls.

“The choreography is tricky,” says Michael McCafferty, and his position at Seattle Art Museum is indeed a dance of sorts….

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Cooking with Fenugreek

Lorna yee crafts a kicky lamb curry with Indian fenugreek leaves.

What it is: Fenugreek is a plant widely cultivated in Asia (predominantly in India) and Europe. Both its leaves and…

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A Taste of Botswana Made on Whidbey Island

These traditional African sauces are perfect for salads, wraps and meats.

When Dorcas Young moved from rural Botswana to Whidbey Island in 1996, one of her greatest challenges was finding the…

Patrick Hutchison

Croque Monsieur

Melted cheese and smoky ham: Local eateries take the classic croque monsieur sandwich to indulgent n

Café Presse Presse’s croque monsieur is baked in a convection oven, guaranteeing that the sandwich is browned on all sides….

Shawna Leader

5th Ave Theater Gives ‘Oklahoma!’ an Update

Armed with a fresh take on the story's historical context and Donald Byrd's choreography, this produ

The title song from Rodgers and Hammerstein’s 1943 musical Oklahoma! conjures up images of cowboy hats, chaps and ruffled prairie…

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