With rich farmlands and vineyards in the east, stunning mountain and coastal scenery in the west and some of America’s most active volcanos in between, Washington State is a magnet for travelers worldwide. Known for its apples, the state boasts some of the nations best organic produce, naturally raised meats, extraordinary seafood, world class restaurants and a growing wine industry.
Pronounced “gooey duck,” it is, naturally, neither gooey nor a duck…it’s a…ah…
“The day may start with chopping wood and then fishing,” said the chef of America’s hottest restaurant….
Jennifer Hahn’s been foraging, she says, since “I was a child putting things in my mouth.”
or try foraging for a cocktail
Like many creative and entrepreneurial young chefs, Jessica and Mataio want to do it all. The difference is they have a different plan.
“There was no free casual sex in Victorian society, unless married,” quipped Good Time Girl Hayley Boothe. Along withJane Burleigh, the Good Time Girls provide a unique social perspective on the boom town history of Fairhaven.
Poland, crepes, or even exciting food, are not connections that normally come to mind, but Magdalena Theisen wraps a myriad of creative fillings in etherial crepes, and customers flock to her Fairhaven creperie.
Following in the path of John Chapman, aka the legendary Johnny Appleseed, it’s a natural progression from acres of apple trees to distilling a clean, crisp apple based vodka.
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