Started by Hawaii transplants Gertie Han and Karl Krautheim more than 50 years ago, Oh! Chocolate is now run by the couple?s two daughters, who uphold Gertie and Karl?s reputation for quality as they handcraft French?style chocolate morsels. USA Today named the neighborhood establishment one of Seattle's foremost chocolatiers for its ?old-fashioned? melt-in-your-mouth? creations, which include raspberry, cabernet, and mango-habanero truffles, as well as caramels with a sprinkle of sea salt harvested from one of the peninsula's naturally occurring saltshakers. Oh! Chocolate?s warm and inviting Madison Park location spreads cocoa-themed knowledge with a slate of classes in which small groups of students glean valuable information such as tempering methods and ideal placement atop a just-fluffed pillow.
As our nation moves further and further toward commissioning organic asphalt and organic Thursday-night television programming, organic foods are becoming increasingly popular. Today's Groupon provides two fresh-feeding options from Eden's Organics: for $26, new clients get two weeks' worth of organic produce in a personal bin (a $52 value); or for $36, new clients get a two-week-supply regular bin (a $72 value). The regular bin arrives with a garden blend of 12–15 items, while the personal bin contains the same goods but in a smaller quantity fit for one organic feaster. Call to schedule your start date or enter your Groupon number here and your deliveries will begin the following week. After the two weeks are up, you can choose to continue the service; using this Groupon does not automatically enroll customers in a reoccurring delivery plan.
Drugstore.com stocks thousands of items sorted by brand and popularity, including daily essentials such as vitamins, skincare products, and makeup and accessories, plus specialty products such as small appliances, pet supplies, and kitchen sinks. Stroll up and down the virtual aisles in search of a device capable of removing peanut butter from between a baby's toes, including the Colgate travel folding toothbrush ($1.99), or protect yourself from the ticklish rays sent to earth by artificial satellites with Banana Boat SPF 100 sunblock lotion ($10.99). Nature Made's 1200mg Fish Oil Softgels ($11.24 sale price for 180 capsules) lube up a body's interior and may reduce the risk of heart disease, and Viva paper towels ($10.99 for a six-pack) are strong enough to be strung together and used as a hammock for small children.
QFC supplies kitchens and cabinets with a scrumptious array of fresh meat, organic produce, and homemade baked goods. Reward teeth for not biting into wax fruit by sinking pearls into artisanal Discover Delicious cupcakes, freshly baked in a variety of flavors. The salty-sweet fusion found in maple-bacon cupcakes provides a tasty way to satisfy USDA bacon requirements, and the peanut-butter-and-jelly cupcake brings together a delectable duo as classic as spaghetti and meatballs or onions and tears. Meanwhile, traditional tastes such as German chocolate, red velvet, and Boston cream keep decadence familiar, and all flavors can capably carry themselves during a birthday, dinner gathering, or midnight rendezvous.
The Beach Cafe is just steps from scenic Carillon Point, lending a bit of authenticity to the restaurant's name. The eatery's chefs prepare three meals a day, ranging from omelets and Belgian waffles for breakfast to grilled chicken sandwiches for lunch. In the evening, diners can enjoy a spectacular sunset along the waterfront as they dig into entrees such as seared salmon tacos and poached mahi.
Under red-and-white striped tents, handwritten signs beckon passersby over to wheeled carts filled with bundles of greens or smooth, symmetrical apples. At Newcastle Fruit & Produce’s open-air market, visitors survey a vast selection of seasonal, locally sourced fruit and vegetables that can include Bartlett pears, red-leaf lettuce, Yakima asparagus, and blueberries. Aside from assembling salad essentials, Newcastle’s team also stocks shrubs, perennials, and potted trees, and cuts pines for Christmas or anti-Arbor Day celebrations.