Pepper and sausage hash.
Mom’s spare rib soup.
Snacks in bed. I can’t resist a classic holiday tin.
Pomegranate seeds in bed.
Leftovers on a Sunday morning in my fuzzy robe.
David’s beef chao mian.
Beef with water spinach.
Meat, bread and oil.
As seen on Instagram and in no particular order.
Admittedly, David does more than half of our cooking, but this breakfast was truly a joint effort. #lovesundays
Coffee, Scottish shortbread and light reading.
Hot udon on a stormy Friday.
Standard Bakery goodies at the BadWill Market hosted at the Rhino Room.
Enjoying Rachel’s Ginger Beer (guava is my favorite), while admiring my new Seahawks themed shirt and deciding which baked good to eat first (cookies were only 3/$5!).
Cute bowls at Uwajimaya.
The Corner Cafe on First Hill Seattle is a completely underrated neighborhood spot for breakfast. The spacious cafe sits on the “corner” across from the historic Sorento Hotel, joining Madison St. and Terry Ave. Based on photos from the Owner/Chef geotagged on Instagram, it’s apparent that they take pride in their food and service to patrons. If you’re ever in the area, you know what to do.
Custom omelet with broccoli and spinach (my favorite combination) and a side of sausage patty. Guilty pleasure.
…makes the world go round.