Blog posts of '2024' 'May'

Cool Down with Homemade Bingsu: A Refreshing Korean Delight to Celebrate AAPI Heritage Month

SStrawberry Topped Korean Bingsu Frozen Dessert

Bingsu, a shaved ice milk dessert topped with sliced fruit and condensed milk, is a refreshing treat that's easy to make at home. It's a delightful way to pay tribute to the flavors of Korea and the vibrant tapestry of cultures that make our region special.

Hawaiian Butter Mochi

Butter Mochi

Celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month with the flavors of the Pacific. Hawaiian butter mochi is a melt-in-your-mouth, gooey dessert made with mochiko rice flour, butter, sugar, and coconut milk. This delicious, gluten-free dessert strikes the perfect balance between soft & chewy and sweet & salty.

Celebrate Mother's Day with a Delightful Garden Tea Party

Mother's Day Tea Party

Mother's Day is the second Sunday in May, and what better way to honor mom than with a garden party? It's easy to create an enchanting backyard or patio gathering for your mom, grandma, or any other special mother figure in your life! Read on for inspiration including recipes for English Tea Sandwiches and Egg Bites featuring some of our favorite local delights like organic pasture-raised eggs from Stiebrs, fresh seasonal fruit and veggies, Seattle Bagel Bakery cream cheese, and more.

English Tea Sandwiches

English Tea Sandwiches

Elevate your next tea party with delightful tea sandwiches! These dainty delights are more than just finger food – they're a delicious way to add a touch of sophistication and charm to your gathering. Each bite-sized sandwich offers a burst of flavor, from the refreshing coolness of cucumber and cream cheese to the richness of smoked salmon and herbs. Because they're small and easy to eat, they allow your guests to mingle and indulge in a variety of savory and delightful options. Plus, the beautiful presentation – often with crusts removed and cut into elegant shapes – adds a touch of whimsy to your brunch table.