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Cruisin’ {& Eatin’} Down the PCH

Cruisin’ {& Eatin’} Down the PCH

The fastest route between Seattle and Los Angles is about 1200 miles and 16+ hours of drive time; however given this road trip is our summer vacation for the year, we wanted to slow things down and enjoy the drive by cruising the PCH. Why fly when there is gorgeous scenery to enjoy? A road…

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G.T.T.— Gone To Texas

G.T.T.— Gone To Texas

Super busy around here. We just got back from a trip to Eastern Washington wine country with our neighbors— the Tri-Cities and Walla Walla areas. The trip was an absolute blast. We came back with a lot of wine to keep the wine cabinet stocked for many, many months. We bought all sorts of wines—…

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Victoria, B.C.

Victoria, B.C.

To celebrate our one year wedding anniversary last Sunday, we took a trip to visit our Canadian neighbors in the quaint little city of Victoria, British Columbia. Getting to Victoria is a painless passenger ferry ride on the Victoria Clipper from Seattle through Puget Sound, the Straight of Juan de Fuca, and finally the Salish…

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Empire State of Mind

Empire State of Mind

Dustin and I spent a whirlwind long weekend together in New York City. Now I’m back for just a couple of days before heading out of town again. Being courted and getting to go on free trips is fun, but exhausting. And definitely not conducive to baking! Our trip was full of visiting his cousin,…

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Trip to Scottsdale

Trip to Scottsdale

Going on vacations with the parents is always a gastronomic affair, with this mini vacation to the Phoenix/Scottsdale area being no exception. We left a couple of days after Christmas and were back before the new year, with a little bit of sun (not really, but it was better than being in Seattle) and a…

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Viva Vancouver!

Viva Vancouver!

We spent one of our last summer weekends exploring our northern neighbor, Vancouver, British Columbia. One of the coolest parts of living up in the Seattle area is that we’ve been able to enjoy some cool new cities, like Portland and Vancouver, that are just a few hours drive from here (unless you decide to…

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Honeymooning in Jamaica!

Honeymooning in Jamaica!

We are back from our honeymoon at Sandals Whitehouse in Jamaica, and I now pronounce our wedding to be officially over. Jamaica was fabulous. The weather was a perfect, hot contrast to cloudy Washington. The sand was soft and warm, the skies were (mostly) blue and the water a brilliant turquoise. Normally Dustin and I…

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Joël Robuchon Las Vegas

Joël Robuchon Las Vegas

There aren’t really words to describe eating at Joël Robuchon’s Las Vegas restaurant. Describing this food as delicious is a gross understatement. All I can say is that eating here is an experience, and once you’ve done it you’ll understand. The Chef of the Century’s restaurant is the only 3 star Michelin guide restaurant in…

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Santa Fe Food Review

Santa Fe Food Review

We spent a few days between Christmas and New Year’s Day on a fabulous trip to Santa Fe, New Mexico with Dustin’s parents. Dustin and his parents are Santa Fe regulars, so I was excited to see and taste everything I’d heard about over the years. We ate lots of fabulous food (most of which…

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“I Got VD in Portland”

“I Got VD in Portland”

No, it’s not what you think. “I Got VD in Portland” is one of the many clever slogans belonging to a tasty place you must try if you ever visit Portland, Oregon. VD refers to Voodoo Doughnuts, aka “Quite Possibly the Best Doughnuts You’ll Ever Have.” To celebrate four years of togetherness, we took a…

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