Food memories are important ones. So many of my memories surround food. That’s why I plan meet-ups with friends around meals and trips around awesome restaurants.
My visits to Seattle have involved a few of those memories, even if they may be a bit on the touristy side. Walks through the fish-fragrant Pike Place Market. Amazing hot coffee at the original Starbucks. Chocolate-covered local cherries I couldn’t get enough of. I’ll never forget these moments. Seattle is a magical place. I don’t even care if it’s rainy. This Washington gift guide has a little bit of all of that, making it easy to bring the Evergreen State home. (Well, except for the seafood. You definitely should go to Seattle for that. Trust me.) // susannah
P.S. Apologies if you were looking for one of these posts last week! I had a lot going on and didn’t get a second to wrap this one up. To make up for it, there’s going to be two of them this week!
The Kitchen Road Trip series is a virtual ‘trip’ to a different state. Posted weekly, each post is a gift guide to items from a different state, in alphabetical order, and features food & drinks, books, home goods and travel items.
1. Hot Cakes Rye Whiskey Caramel* ($18) // 2. Chukar Maraschino Cherries* ($9.75) // 3. Caffe Umbria Gusto Crema Espresso Blend* ($14) // 4. Dry Fly Distilling Washington Wheat Whiskey* ($47) // 5. Turnco Wood Goods American Cherry Rolling Pin* ($55) // 6. Year Round Co. Market Weave Coin Purse* ($18) // 7. Whole-Grain Mornings: New Breakfast Recipes to Span the Seasons by Megan Gordon ($22) // 8. Utile Mud Bowl in Matte Purple and Bright Orange* ($23) // 9. Constellation Co. ‘You Are Home to Me’ Print* ($15) // 10. Fruitsuper Design Brass Lift Coasters* ($68 for four)
*Made or designed in Washington
(Photo of Seattle’s skyline // Maëlick)
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