Sarah Carleton rebranded as Prodigious Eats as Gather and Savor to better embody the community she hopes to form and the connections she wants to make as well as the food and stories she wants to share.
These nutty little nuggets – brainy, grainy and resembling certain kinds of coral – are valued for their depth of flavor, lending an earthiness to all kinds of dishes. Butter brings out the best of them.
Slim and elegant, tender and verdant, the spears symbolize the season, declaring, finally, with a sigh of relief, it’s here. After a long, dark and cold winter, we’ve arrived at warmer weather – or, at least, the promise of it – and all that it brings.
Across America, syrah is a tough sale, thanks primarily to Australia shiraz flooding grocery stores in the past decade. Yet syrah continues to grow in Washington. Last fall, Washington winemakers brought in more than 21,000 tons of syrah, a record level for the state. Syrah certainly plays an important role in Washington red blends, but it stands alone pretty well, too.
Marijuana enthusiasts have long since embraced weed for eating. But gone are the days when eating weed meant choosing between a classic marijuana brownie or laced chocolate chip cookie. Options are more varied now, more elegant, more refined.