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On Sugar

Like a playboy about to head into a monastery; like a drug addict about to spend hard months in rehab, I was a man about to (make a serious attempt to largely) give up sugar, and this was my last weekend of naturally flavored sweetened goodness. 552 more words


Blueberry Tart

It is berry season, and the markets are bountiful with strawberries, raspberries and sweet little blueberries just waiting to be turned into beautiful tarts.

We think ours are showstoppers, if we say so ourselves. 151 more words

Peter Sellers Reads The Beatles' "She Loves You" in 4 Different Accents: Dr. Strangelove, Cockney, Irish & Upper Crust | Open Culture

Back in the late 1950s, George Martin (may he rest in peace) began his career as a producer recording two albums with the comedian Peter Sellers—The Best Of Sellers and Songs for Swinging Sellers.  90 more words


Voila! Columbia Is Home to Brasserie!

Last night I had an opportunity to dine at Columbia’s first French Bistro, Brasserie.  It was a dress rehearsal of sorts.  Brasserie officially opens this Friday, March 11, but some folks were invited to dine a couple days earlier, and my good friend, Susan Wampler, was one of those invitees.  179 more words

Monthly Dining Moves to Greenwood Square

Starting in May, we are moving our Monthly Dining Events to the Upper Crust catering hall in the Greenwood Square Building on N. 85th St. and Greenwood Avenue in Seattle. 77 more words

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