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The Daughter of Immigrants Shares Authentic Indian Dishes Through New Delivery Startup

Mitra Raman started The Buttermilk Company last year, and is giving back profits to every family whose recipe she uses

This article appears in print in the March 2018 issue. Click here to subscribe. Mitra Raman gathered family recipes from the Indian…

Megan Lamb

You Need to Go Try the Japanese Buckwheat Noodles at Kamonegi

One of Seattle's few makers of soba has a new restaurant in Wallingford

Most soba dishes at Kamonegi are available as cold noodles to swipe through a warm dipping sauce (as shown here)

Chelsea Lin

Winemaker Charles Smith’s Leschi Home Is One For the Ages

Scandinavian influence makes its way through this home on Lake Washington

Charles Smith and daughter Charlotte cozy up on the expansive sectional in the main living area. A big change he

Virginia Smyth

These Seattle Women Started a Fashion Company That’s Changing How Shoppers Think About Size

Online clothing brand Universal Standard's new program program allows customers to exchange sizes that are too big or too small for new ones

The Talfer Cocoon Coat from Universal Standard

Nia Martin

Road Trip: Whale Watching and Surfing in Westport

Watch whales, catch some waves and feast on the catch of the day in this coastal town, just a two-and-a half-hour drive from Seattle

Surfers head to Half Moon Bay to catch some powerful waves; charter boats take tourists out for a day of

Megan Lamb

Food for Thought: What It Means When We Say Goodbye to Beloved Restaurants

As some of Seattle’s eateries close, Knute Berger weighs in on what the phrase ‘We are what we eat’ really means

Bakeman’s, which recently closed, is part of Seattle’s food history, much like recipes are part of many family histories

Knute Berger