Monday, July 16, 2012

...and these are a few more of my favorite things...

As a follow up to a post from a couple of months ago, I would like to share a few more of my favorite products, sources, and local businesses.  One of the most frequent topics of discussion when I am speaking with clients and students is where do I purchase supplies, and what brands do I prefer?  Here are a few I want to share, in no particular order...

For The Love Of Spice
Delicious spice blends for those of you who don't have time to make your own...  Scented sugars, rubs for the grill, super cute tins...  Find Windy at the Gig Harbor Farmer's Market or online.

Bella Kitchen and Home
Because I get to teach classes there, and besides, who could possibly entertain without darling radish salt and pepper shakers!

Bautista Farms, Mabton, WA
Find them at the 6th Ave Farmer's Market on Tuesday evenings.  I've included them in this list because they sell all kinds of yummy legumes...favas...shelling peas...dried chickpeas...

Jacob's Creamery 
Another 6th Ave Farmer's Market find, I love this creamery for their Reblechon cheese.  It's creamy and delicious, with a hint of blue vein.  Oh my goodness, it's fantastic with bing cherries!

1022 South
This Hilltop bar makes the list for their creativity and the fact that they can make a fantastic drink without making it too sweet.  I am not a frequenter of bars, but this is my place of choice if I want to step out.  And their tag line is "Better Living Through Alchemy."  How can you not love that.

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