These one-of-a-kind knit pieces are from artists who sell their work daily in the the crafts market at Pike Place Market. The top photo is by Kim Strang, who uses a loom to make her work. The below is work by Croshay Design.
The Holiday Tree is here! From the Olympic Peninsula to Pike Place Market via Washington State Ferry.
Cassoulet is a traditional white bean and bacon stew from Southwest France cooked with pork shoulder, pork hock, duck confit, lamb, and house-made pork & fennel sausage. It is the ultimate French comfort food and the perfect dish for feeding a crowd. Available from Cafe Campagne for pick up with 24-hour notice.
Holidays Handled: Easy Appetizers Holiday Jeweled Salad If you’re assigned salad for a dinner party, try this festive version with a few knock-out holiday ingredients from the Market’s produce stalls. Takes 5 minutes to assemble and toss. Toss leaves of 1 head of butter lettuce, 2 peeled and sectioned tangerines, seeds of 1 pomegranate and fresh herbs (such […]
Smoked Salmon with Horseradish Cream Smoked salmon works beautifully for entertaining, from holiday brunches to evening starters. If you have out-of-towners visiting, fish from Pike Place Market has to be on the table! Purchase smoked salmon, and this takes 5 minutes start to finish. Whisk together 1 cup heavy cream, 3 Tbsp bottled horseradish, 2 tsp Dijon […]
Poached Cherry and Cheese Boats This recipe stars Chukar Cherries’ dried cherries. A quick stop for wine, cheese and produce (see shopping suggestions below), and you’ll have all your ingredients. This recipe requires 30 minutes of cook time and 5 minutes of active prep–you can even do this the night before your party, making last-minute […]
KNITTERS ALERT! So Much Yarn is now at Pike Place Market, off First Ave between Pike and Pine (behind Dragon’s Toy Box). Check out the wall of color and other displays filled with an amazing selection of yarns, from lace weight to super bulky, from fall colors to neutrals to brights. Open daily; www.somuchyarn.com