As the saying goes, it’s best to eat oysters in months that are spelled with an “R,” because that’s when the briny shellfish are tastiest. Since it's April, here are five places to enjoy the shellfish in Seattle, ranging from a quick bite at a fish market to a romantic affair at a modern restaurant.
Jenny has been a journalist for the last 12 years and a cook since she first baked brownies in her Easy-Bake Oven at the age of five. She started her journalism career in her hometown of Missoula, Montana, with the goal of making it to Seattle. She loves our beautiful city and visits as many of its amazing restaurants as possible.
When Jenny isn’t writing or cooking, she’s petting her very fat cats, Brutus and Grouchy. She also has a passion for cheese, and there are currently seven different kinds in her refrigerator.
Recent stories by Jenny Kuglin
Stretching from Pioneer Square to Leschi, Seattle's Jackson Street is full of flavorful restaurants and bars that serve a variety of cuisines. Here are five great places to eat and drink the next time you’re driving down the iconic Seattle road.
If you love cooking, you may often encounter recipes that require specialty cheeses, spices or noodles. Here are five unique grocery stores that will help you wow your guests at your next dinner party, while also saving money.
Washington is known for its love of a good drink. Here are five Washington whiskeys that are incredibly complex and satisfying.
Today is National Macaron Day, and that’s the perfect reason to indulge in one (or many) of these delicious delights. With flavors like pistachio, lavender, coffee and salted caramel, you’re sure to find one that pleases your palate.
What do copper mugs, flannel shirts, new app technology and taxidermy all have in common? They were all present in full force at the Sosh Campfire Social party Thursday night on Capitol Hill at Melrose Market Studios.
A great croissant is buttery and flaky with the perfect combination of soft and crunchy textures. Here are five of Seattle’s best croissants that will make any morning feel decadent and delightful.
Trying to determine the best banh mi sandwich in Seattle can inspire a lot of debate. Soft bread or crunchy? Meat or tofu? Lots of jalapeños or no? No matter what your favorite style is of banh mi, here are five sandwiches that are sure to leave you satisfied.
The quest for the perfect taco can mean stops anywhere from sit-down restaurants to dive bars and food trucks. Here are five taco joints in Seattle that give the perfect combination of flavor and affordability the next time you’re in the mood for some authentic Mexican food.
If you still haven’t decided what to do for your sweetie tonight, it’s not too late to really impress them. Instead of battling the crowds this evening, why not stay in and have a romantic dinner for two?
You generally can’t go wrong if you get your sweetheart chocolates on Valentine’s Day, but there’s no reason to be boring this year when you pick out your sweet treats! We found five unique Washington chocolates that are enough to make anyone feel special.
Seattleites are lucky to enjoy some of the best Vietnamese in the country. There are so many great places to eat the comfort food, it’s incredibly hard to visit them all. Here are five pho restaurants you should definitely give a try the next time you’re in the mood for the hearty soup.
Videos of the destruction in Japan have been pouring in from news organizations and amateur photographers throughout Japan.
The First Thursday Art Walk is always full of crazy sights, sounds and smells. But this Neverending-Story-like-dog-dragon really caught my attention.
When longtime Mariners announcer Dave Niehaus died, fans found many ways to share their grief and memories about the beloved sportscaster. There was a Facebook page and a huge turnout for the tribute ceremony at Safeco Field.
And now, Seattle hip hop artist Macklemore and his producer Ryan Lewis have released the official video for their tribute to Dave Niehaus, "My Oh My." In one day it has received more than 20,000 views on YouTube.
I admit, I was skeptical when I first heard about it. But I actually really like it. It seems heartfelt and I love the beautiful video of Seattle.
Check it out.