Jenny Kuglin

Food & Travel Writer

Jenny Kuglin
Jenny Kuglin
Food & Travel Writer
Jenny Kuglin is an award-winning journalist with fifteen years of experience writing for television, radio, websites, and newspapers. She lives for great meals, strong drinks, traveling, and tweeting about her cats.

Jenny has worked in several newsrooms in Montana, Oregon, and Washington. She loves finding out what makes passionate people tick.

You can email her at jenny.kuglin@gmail.com if you have any story ideas!

Recent stories by Jenny Kuglin

Eat & Drink 5 great holiday gift ideas for foodies 5 great holiday gift ideas for foodies (Photo Gallery)

Whether it’s your sister who is always making Pinterest-worthy desserts, your best friend who is the first to know about hip new restaurants, or your tired significant other who might want a break from cooking dinner, there are plenty of great gifts to give the food lover in your life.

Eat & Drink Meet Sarah Scott: The newest El Gaucho executive chef Meet Sarah Scott: The newest El Gaucho executive chef (Photo Gallery)

After six years working under former executive chef John Broulette, up-and-comer Sarah Scott has taken over the reins at El Gaucho Bellevue. We got a chance to sit down with her to talk about her style of cooking, what it’s like to be a female executive chef at a steakhouse, and why butter is basically the answer to everything.

Holiday 6 tips for a u-cut Christmas tree family vacation 6 tips for a u-cut Christmas tree family vacation (Photo Gallery)

If you plan on going Griswold this year and cutting your own tree Christmas Vacation-style, you’ll want to avoid some of the hilarious (and dangerous) missteps in the classic movie. Here are six tips for cutting your own Christmas tree this year, and making sure it stays fresh through the holiday season.

Holiday 5 holiday fairs to visit this November 5 holiday fairs to visit this November (Photo Gallery)

Thanksgiving is a week away, and that means you’re probably starting to think about decorating (and shopping) for Christmas. Here are five holiday festivals in Washington this November where you can buy crafts and foods from local artisans, as well as take a quick road trip.

Travel 5 of Washington’s best small towns 5 of Washington’s best small towns (Photo Gallery)

Between holiday travel, big family meals, and gift-giving, this can be a tough time of year to think about spending money on a vacation. But don’t worry: We’re all in luck, since we live in such a beautiful state! Here are five of Washington’s best small towns for a quick weekend getaway.

Eat & Drink 5 of Seattle’s best new date night restaurants 5 of Seattle’s best new date night restaurants (Photo Gallery)

Great food, great ambience, and a great dinner partner are the necessary components for an unforgettable dinner. If you’re planning your next romantic evening on the town, there are plenty of new restaurants to consider before making your reservation. Here are five of Seattle’s best new date night restaurants.

Lifestyle The 5 most popular Halloween candies The 5 most popular Halloween candies (Photo Gallery)

If you haven’t stocked up yet for those spooky trick-or-treaters, now is the time to make sure you’re the most popular house on the block. And if you're curious what the kids really want to find in their bags this year, here are the top five candies in America.

Travel 5 of Wash. state’s best pumpkin patches 5 of Wash. state’s best pumpkin patches (Photo Gallery)

Halloween is just around the corner, pumpkin-spice-everything is everywhere, and the rain is back in full force. To me, this means it’s time for a visit to my favorite U-pick pumpkin patch! Since most of our area’s best spots have corn mazes, petting zoos, and more, you can definitely make a day trip out of it for you and your family.

Travel Clam digging and sunsets on Washington’s Copalis Beach Clam digging and sunsets on Washington’s Copalis Beach (Photo Gallery)

Copalis Beach has plenty more clams than people, making this small beach town a great place for a weekend getaway. About two and a half hours from Seattle, the town sits near the northern end of a great razor clam bed and is known as the “home of the razor clam.” Here are three ways to relax and have fun on a weekend travel adventure in Copalis Beach.

Eat & Drink 5 foods the East Coast is just better at 5 foods the East Coast is just better at (Photo Gallery)

A West Coast girl born and raised, I don’t like admitting that there are some foods that are just better on that other coast. But during my recent trip to Maryland, New York, New Jersey, and Delaware, I couldn’t help but admit there are some dishes that are way better out there.

Travel Day Hike: Lake Ann and the Maple Pass Loop Day Hike: Lake Ann and the Maple Pass Loop (Photo Gallery)

While we’re still enjoying some 70 degree days and sunny skies in Washington, it’s a great time to get in the last few hikes of the season. If you’re looking for stunning views and a fantastic way to burn some serious calories, the Maple Pass Loop is a choice you won’t regret.