Monthly Archives: November 2015

It’s Not a Good Time to Be a Turkey

Historians have made solid cases that the “first Thanksgiving” meal involving the Pilgrims and Native Americans never happened. They say the story was concocted and included in history books to “create a sense of common heritage” for the children of

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When in Spain, Drink as the Spanish Do

I’ve told you a little bit about my recent wedding, and some of the things that made it anything but “normal” — a live band playing a full concert in two sets, the request for donations to the Bowlers to

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Posted in Our Wine Travel Log

What Kind of Wine Should We Bring to Thanksgiving Dinner?

As a newlywed of not quite a month, I’m dealing with a very nice conundrum: where to spend Thanksgiving Day. Will it be at the home of my new father-in-law, or will it be at the home of my darling

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Posted in Wine FAQ

3 Reasons Canlis Restaurant Is ‘Seattle’s Best’

When a restaurant wins three awards in a city magazine’s “Readers Choice Awards,” it cannot be ignored. And so it is with Canlis, selected by the readers of Seattle magazine as best splurge restaurant, for having the best view, and

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Posted in Wine Buzz
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