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(This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Italian Trade Commission / The Extraordinary Italian Taste.  All opinions are 100% mine.) I don’t spend as much time cooking as I used to. There is simply more work, longer to-do lists, less unstructured time to fill with leisurely activities. But I realized recently […]

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Drifters Fish & I created our dream workshop, and we are so excited to announce it! SALT & SMOKE: A Food Photography Workshop Celebrating the Pacific Northwest Harvest. With very special guests Ashley Rodriguez and Demetria Provatas! You can find tickets for this event HERE!  Do you have questions? Email Kimberley: hello [at] theyearinfood.com. Join […]

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  • Walt - This looks like a fantastic event!I’ll try to be in the Seattle area so I can attend.
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  • Clarissa - Hi,
    I am interested in your upcoming event. Could you send more info and cost of the workshop?
    Thanks,
    Clarissa
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  • Suzanne - Stunning photos, it looks like a great experience! That salmon is making me drool, so thank you for that :)ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer Tucker - stunning photos. i cannot find tickets online anywhere. is the event sold out. please advise! thanks – jtReplyCancel

  • Peter B Stafford - Kimberly, when I was a senior in high school my parents took me to Anacortes to visit relatives and a place my father had fond memories of. We were treated to salmon cooked on wood planks next to an outdoor fire — fantastic! Loved the pictures of the area. BTW, that trip was in 1959.ReplyCancel

  • Kelly Mahan - Photos look great. I’m impressed! That’s an awesome job.ReplyCancel

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of the Italian Trade Commission. All opinions are 100% mine. It’s summertime. Summertime is rivers, lakes, beaches, mountains, road trips, campfires. Long and leisurely evenings, hot and dusty hikes, and finishing all of those things with a good meal with friends, and a great bottle […]

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  • Claudia | The Brick Kitchen - I know SO little about wines so feel like I needed this post pre-Italy for reference – it feels like another language that I’m completely ignorant to haha! Gorgeous sunlit photographs tooReplyCancel

  • Sarah - Beautiful post! I’m terrible at picking out wines, and this is so helpful. Your photos are amazing, as always. xxReplyCancel

  • todd wagner - Such a beautiful post all around, as always! You’ve inspired me to pick up a few bottles of Italian wine for this upcoming weekend. <3ReplyCancel

  • Linda - perfect for summer. look so so delicious!
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