How adorable are these little guys? And not that difficult to make (just snip the ears on regular rolls)! Blogger Nicole Bangerter of 'Mom Always Finds Out' has the full recipe on how to cuten up your Easter dinner tonight.
Britt is a passionate Seattlite who loves to write, talk, eat and sleep (among some other things). She left this wonderful city for college at USC, and quickly moved back to the Pacific NorthBest as soon as she graduated. She’s a little obsessed and will defend this city to the death.
An all around communications junkie, Britt’s dabbled in broadcast journalism, radio, talent publicity, weeklies, and strategic planning firms. Outside of writing, her passions are kids and animals - she volunteers with the Big Brothers Big Sisters program.
When Britt isn’t talking or typing, she’s probably watching Law and Order: SVU and cuddling with her wonderful dog Bella, trying to get friends to go out dancing, or hauling away on the elliptical.
Recent stories by Britt Thorson
Not interested in hosting a huge family event at your house this Easter? We get it. Cooking, cleaning, hosting - no thanks. Luckily there are tons of restauarnts and bars out there who will not only be open on Easter Sunday, but are cooking up special menus just for you and your loved ones.
Seattle Humane Society's brand new rescue vehicles made their first save yesterday, bringing back almost twenty abandoned cats and dogs from an overcrowded shelter in Eastern Washington.
We're all tied up for this round of Open & Shut - reporting four openings and simultaneously, four closings.
You hear it time and time again - spring and summer bring the weather that makes Pacific Northwesterners trudge through the gloomy fall and winter. Porch.com pointed us in the direction of some of the more impressive backyards which perfectly enhance our wonderful outdoors.
LUNAFest, the national tour of short films for, by and about women, took place last night in South Lake Union. Dedicated to promoting awareness on women's issues and particularly featuring female leaders in society this year, multiple local companies came together to make this night successful.
Ethan Stowell Restaurants just announced the third annual Eat Run Hope event, to be held at Magnuson Park on June 29. Eat Run Hope was created by the Stowells in memory of their twin sons and benefitting the Fetal Health Fondation.
Today is the day....the Capitol Hill Block Party lineup has been announced! The annual festival/concert extraordinaire will be July 25-27 this year, and CHBP has just announced their partial lineup.
High school students Romi Almeda and Vlad Nazarov filmed this video of the blooming cherry blossoms at the UW campus several weeks ago for their Film Club - how you ask? With a hand built quadcopter of course!
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in Seattle has won in multiple top 10 categories of the annual Skytrax World Airport Awards.
The Kate Moss TOPSHOP collection is coming to Nordstrom stores on April 30, 2014. Styles of the iconic British model are the theme of the line; think premium tailoring, pajama dressing, and noir-inspired trousers (we're not entirely sure what that means but we're intrigued).
You may think ziplining is something done only on a Costa-Rican vacation, but prepare to be amazed. Bellevue Zip Tours is now open in Eastgate Park to the general public.
No one really likes talking about them, but these throne rooms are extremely important facets of every house (and usually one of the few rooms that anyone coming over to your house is likely to see). Porch.com helped us round up some of the more impressive bathrooms around the PNW.
In honor of the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, here is a fun and easy dessert that will surely wow your guests, family, or just you (no judgement).
Cody Spafford, sous chef of Ballard restaurant The Walrus and the Carpenter, was killed last week by police after attempting to rob a Wells Fargo bank in Madison Park. The restaurant reopened last night, with proceeds going to The Recovery Cafe to honor Spafford and his struggle with addiction.
When we saw that Delta Air Lines was starting a nonstop flight from SeaTac to London Heathrow, we were curious exactly how popular our rainy sister city in Europe really is. Turns out, very popular.
We have to deal with a lot of rain here in the Pacific Northwest, but that shouldn't mean we can't buy and wear nice things - like shoes. We talked with Nordstrom Shoe Shine Manager Brent Perkins on how to take care of your shoes, puddles be darned.
Feeling lucky? The Seattle Art Museum is giving away a trip to Spain to honor the Miró: Experience of Seeing exhibit currently on display.
2014 seems to be the year of skincare in Seattle; with multiple stores, spas and national brands opening up shops here. Take a look at who is new in town, where they are, and what they’re offering.
A couple weeks ago we wrote about how the average Seattleite needs to be making $59,000 a year to afford a home in the area. We got a lot of feedback that that seemed too high - and you were right. New info shows that 37% of homes currently on the market in Seattle metro are unaffordable.
Openings, closings, expansions and changes - oh my!
Some of you might have seen this great Mental Floss article on how Seattle neighborhoods got their names - if not, check it out! You'll probably learn something about this city that you didn't know before.
Fashion trends aren't just about clothes and shoes, they influence jewelry as well. And right now, bigger is better in the jewelry scene. We talked with Nordstrom's new BaubleBar about staying trendy and not tacky, with chunky necklaces, bracelets and earrings.
Art Restaurant and Lounge and Ballard brewery NW Peaks want to introduce you to 'Never Trust a Skinny Chef' ale, offered exclusively at ART as of this month.
Great news for travelers - live music at SeaTac is doubling up! Port of Seattle, Seattle Music Commission and PlayNetwork have all come together to create the Experience the City of Music Program, which means twice the number of musicians playing in SeaTac, for twice the hours.