There are some differences of opinion about when to fry your green tomatoes for optimum flavor and firmness. They have to have a bit of hardness in order to hold up under the process of being seasoned, coated in flour or cornmeal, and fried until golden, but the greener and harder they are, the more […]
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by Edy Kizaki, Seattle Realtor and Branch Manager of our eXp Lake Union Office, 206-249-2914, firstname.lastname@example.org… never too busy for your questions and concerns! We’re here for you. It is not at all rare for me to be found in Old Ballard on Sunday morning, because the most marvelous Farmer’s Market takes place there every […]
It’s mid-May and our region’s Farmer’s Markets are opening for business. Even though the region is home to a number of fabulous year-round markets, most locations are seasonal. Do you enjoy eating fresh and local? Our farmers markets support many local farmers as well as provide a great place to sell local jams, breads. […]
While exploring the Good Shepard P Patch in Wallingford, I met Kathleen, a Wallingford local, who had just gotten her P Patch after being on the waiting list for 6 years. She was kind enough to give me a quick tour and explain how it works.
There is an oasis in the middle of Wallingford. For over 100 years The Good Shepard Center has been there, and the Seattle Tilth Demonstration Garden is now a part of the grounds. Volunteers and staff provide classes, summer camps, and demonstrate sustainable gardening practices that enlighten and enliven our lives! Please enjoy this photo […]
Happy May! Spring is the start of a busy season for home buyers and home sellers. This Spring is no exception with the greater Seattle market heating up. Currently there are 50 Built Green homes on the market in Seattle. The highest priced property is in Leschi listed at $2.25 Million and the lowest […]
Roses. One of the most beautiful flowers in the world. Roses are symbolic of so many emotions. Different colors represent different sentiments. It’s that time of year around the greater Seattle/Everett region. If you have not done so yet, it is time to prune back your roses by about 2/3rd, leaving the healthiest canes. […]
April around Seattle is beautiful. The cherry trees are in flower, bulbs are starting to bloom, the weather begins to feel a little like Spring, and it’s time to celebrate our Earth. Earth Day started back in 1970 and capitalized on the emerging consciousness, channeling the energy of the anti-war protest movement and putting environmental […]
Spring has sprung. And with it comes a positive prediction for home sellers in the greater Seattle area. With inventory down and homes without third party liens harder to find, this Spring is shaping up to be great for sellers in our region. The sun is shining and all of your homes flaws stand […]
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