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Posted by MFish Profile 11/12/21 at 10:33PM Share Food & Drinks See more by MFish

I love the smell
of hot bees wax,
at the Rooster Bakery,
which is also a winery.
The owner was doing
his signature move
for his latest wine bottling.
Dipping the neck of
the bottle of wine,
into the hot bees wax,
provides a seal
and an aroma
of great appeal.
All word of mouth,
but the favored wines
are as good as any
I have tasted.
A tip! He also makes
many different flavored
brandies. A favorite, is Pear.
They are open for tasting,
you really should try
them. My favorite wine
is the Merlot.
It's always worth a stop
if your in Woodinville.

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But thanks to the incredible, scientific development of options like Darigold FIT, making the best choice for his health doesn’t always mean skipping what he wants. Nor does it mean sacrificing flavor.

I get it. Starbucks is a big-box chain. There’s one on every corner. They aren’t ‘unique.’ Howard Shultz let the Sonics leave Seattle.

I understand all the arguments against Starbucks. And, I love me some mom-and-pop local shopping.

But here’s the deal — I also really like Starbucks. Sure, I’m not going get some ultra-inspiring experience at the green mermaid. But it offers a few things that make it invaluable in my world.

1. Free Internet
2. Consistency
3. Holiday Panini
4. Mobile Office
5. Free (or Cheap) Refills
6. Rewards Program
7. Dog-Friendly

Which Starbucks do I like the absolute best? The on Lake Union! Follow the link in my profile to find out why.

Are you a fellow Starbucks lover? What would you add to my list?

CAT LOVERS! THIS ONE IS FOR YOU!!!

Come enjoy a weekend celebration of everything cats! With 80+ vendors from all over the world, you'll find high quality and one of a kind meowchandise for cats and humans!

There, you will find all the cat-related products imaginable: art, apparel, cat toys, accessories, paper goods, food brands, and MUCH MORE! Attend some of the art workshops, cat workshops or presentations from educational and entertaining speakers and advocates. There will also be cat yoga, cat cafe, and an adoption lounge, face painting, art making and much more!

When: Saturday and Sunday, October 26th and 27th, 2019 from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm.

Address: 301 Mercer Street, Seattle, Washington 98109

Phone: 206-684-7200 

Don’t just dream about Side Hustle Doughnuts. Don’t just think you’ll visit someday. Set your alarm. Get yourself out of bed. And get yourself down to Georgetown. You won’t be disappointed. In my humble opinion, these are the best doughnuts in Seattle.

Washington Artisan Cheesemakers Festival showcases a wide array of artisan and farmstead cheeses made in Washington. The festival exclusively features local cheesemakers and celebrates the terroir of Washington State. All the cheeses available at the festival are made with milk from animals that graze on local pasturelands and made by artisans who call Washington home. You are invited to meet the cheesemakers, learn about their products and philosophy, and sample some of the finest cheeses made in Washington. 

In addition to over 20 cheesemakers the festival will also feature artisan foods and beverages from local producers to pair with the cheeses. 

Admission is $40.00 per person and includes all cheese and food samples and 3 drink tickets. 

Beer and cider tastes are one drink ticket each; wine tastes are two drink tickets each.

The event is a benefit for the Washington State Cheesemakers Association (WASCA), a non-profit organization whose mission is to support Washington cheesemakers through education, promotion and collaboration. 21+ event only. 

Please note no one under the age of 21 will be admitted including babies and toddlers. Tickets are non-refundable.

When: Saturday, September 14, 1-5pm at Seattle Design Center
Address: 5701 6th Ave S, Seattle, WA - Phone:  206-728-1980
Email: sdcinfo@hines.com

Yes, you read that right!! - The Grilled Cheese Grand Prix is back for Seattle’s favorite festival celebrating bread, cheese and everything in between! 

This year’s festivities include a tasting garden paired with local cheese purveyors, food pairings and over 30 beverages from wine, cider to craft beer on tap! Plus over 20 food trucks cooking up the best grilled cheese inspired dishes in town! This event does allow for families to have access to the food trucks, but tasting garden is ticketed for 21+ only. Don't miss this fun and tasty event!

When: Saturday, September 14th, 2019 from 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Address: South Lake Union, Seattle 98109 - Phone: 206-381-8552

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