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Hello Kitty Hungry Hunt in Seattle

Hello Kitty has landed in Seattle to host her Hungry Hunt! The Hungry Hunt offers a variety of delicious food and beverages from local eateries. With your purchase of a Hello Kitty food item, it comes with an adorable limited edition Hungry Hunt pin. There are seven restaurants total, and started my journey on the […]

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Summertime Sweetness: Raspberry Shortcake (Part 2 of 2)

Raspberries are in season! Summer is the best time for these little morsels, and if you haven’t already, check out my adventures in Raspberry picking in Part 1. After enduring crazy heat and carnivorous bugs, those 3 pounds of hand-picked raspberries were going to be all the more delicious. And what better a treat than […]

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Design and Sushi at Momiji Seattle

I’m surprised I haven’t written an entry about sushi sooner! It’s my absolute favorite! If I had to pick something to eat every day for dinner for the rest of my life, it would be sushi. There are so many variations ranging from basic fish on rice, to sashimi, to crazy rolls with tempura and […]

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Pop-up Fun: jcoco chocolate

I’ve always been a huge fan of artisanal chocolates, the $1 collection of Snickers, Hersheys, etc were always interchangeable tasteless pieces of wax to me. But when I had my first bite of Chocolove 70%, I knew that there was a world beyond. I was scrolling through my Facebook feed, and I was thrilled to […]

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Buttermilk Waffles with a Maple Berry Sauce

As a brunch aficionado, various types of Eggs Benedict were always my go-to. Sometimes I’d opt for a Skillet, and occasionally the French Toast, but never paid much attention to Waffles. Williams-Sonoma had a giant discount for the Breville Smart Waffle Maker, and I know my Sweetie had been wanting this particular gadget. So I […]

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Banana Cream Pie for your Summer Get-together

Light and fluffy desserts are my absolute love! The Banana Cream Pie is perfect for the upcoming summer weather because of its cool temperature and airy texture. Made from a combination of two recipes: The crispy, flaky pie crust is from Rose Levy Beranbaum’s Pie and Pastry Bible. If you love pastry, it’s a great […]

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Hanging out at the University District Streetfair

The University District Streetfair is the perfect place to catch local vendors from the Pacific Northwest. There are gorgeous unique finds on food, fashion, crafts, and home decor. The U District Streetfair has a beautiful history: Started in the 1970s during times of political tension and civil unrest, the first festival was held to promote […]

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