Dining In: Cold weather, warm food
November is a great time for easy, hot casseroles and soups to combat the cold, the rain, and the wind outside.
Choosing fruit trees for Western Washington
In fall, the bounty of fruit trees brings apples and pears for munching, canning, and freezing. Earlier in summer, plums, peaches, and nectarines from eastern Washington fill market baskets. Many gardeners begin to wonder about planting trees for home fruit production.
The Wine Cellar: Great Dry Whites from Puligny-Montrachet
by Rene Corton
Puligny-Montrachet, a small hamlet of 500 residents six miles south of Beaune in Burgundy's famous Cote D'Or, is the home of the world's greatest and most expensive dry white wines.
Puget Power offers new way to report outages
A new automated service system enables Puget Power customers to quickly report outages and receive outage status information, without having to talk to a representative.
Poinsettia Festival returns to Molbak's
Molbak's of Woodinville's annual Poinsettia Festival begins Nov. 16 and runs through Dec. 1. The event features thousands of poinsettias grown in Molbak's greenhouses, while music, complimentary coffee, tea, and Danish pastry add to the holiday classic.
Help others during the holidays
Several non-profit community agencies need helping hands to bring holiday cheer to hundreds of seniors, children, adults, and families this season.
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