Enjoy a collection of content from Chef Howie and members of his team.


Bloody Mary: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About One Of The World’s Most Fascinating Cocktails

By Nabanita Dutt | January 15, 2019

# 1: The Classic Bloody Mary Recipe  Ingredients – Lemon Juice: ½ tsp – Vodka: 2 oz – Tomato Juice: 4 oz – Tabasco: 2 dashes – Horseradish: 2 tsps – Worcestershire Sauce: 2 dashes – Celery Salt: 1 pinch – Pepper: 1 pinch – Paprika: 1 pinch   Method – Add ingredients in an ice-filled…


New Dessert Wine Menu At John Howie Steak – From Heady To The Sublime

By Nabanita Dutt | December 16, 2018

Most restaurants don’t sell a lot of dessert wines, but at John Howie Steak, we know how dessert wines are the perfect way to finish off a meal. Dessert wines are sweet but often they tend to be lower in alcohol, and you’ll enjoy drinking it in a small amount. Like a kiss at the…

Steaks To Go – Enjoy John Howie Steaks In The Comfort Of Your Own Home

By Nabanita Dutt | December 14, 2018

Steaks are a wonderful treat to be able to cook at home, and Steaks To Go by John Howie may be just the thing you need to make your Holiday and New Year celebration meals really special this year! At-home delivery of quality steak products is not a new concept by any stretch but Steaks To Go has completely…


4 Reasons Why Beardslee Public House Is The Best Family-Friendly Restaurant In Bothell WA – And Why Kids Love Eating There!

By Nabanita Dutt | December 10, 2018

The name Beardslee Public House doesn’t exactly sound `child-friendly’, does it? After all, public house means a tavern or a bar, and sure enough, Beardslee has built its reputation over the years for excellent craft beers and home distilled spirits. But 2018 has been a makeover year for this beverage and fine dining hotspot, and…


A Neat Holiday Gift Idea For Someone Who Has Everything: A Limited-Edition Sampling Of Dark Door Bourbon!

By Nabanita Dutt | December 1, 2018

Here’s another chance for people who missed out on Wildwood Spirit’s limited release of Dark Door bourbon earlier this year. The bourbon, aromatic with the flavors of toffee, caramel, orange flowers and vanilla, has been marvelously handcrafted with locally-sourced WA corn, and aged in rare, artisanal oak barrels for maximum wood-spirit interaction. “We relied on…


Why You Should Be Drinking More Champagne During The Holidays

By Nabanita Dutt | November 24, 2018

The Christmas meal and New Year’s Eve may be the two big moments for Champagne during the festive season, but it’s such a terrible waste not to drink it up and down the Holidays too, says Erik Leidholm, master sommelier and head distiller at Wildwood Spirits. “I never need an excuse to drink champagne. And…


Taste Of The Seahawks On November 6th: Eat, Meet And Give Back At Seattle’s Premier Strolling Food Event

By Nabanita Dutt | October 22, 2018

  This is a shout-out to all Seattle connoisseurs whose tastebuds are adventurous for the finest food and drink that the great Pacific Northwest has to offer! The Annual Taste Of The Seahawks Event is taking place on November 6, 2018, at the Century Link Field. And it’s going to be a smorgasbord of food…


Weekend Breakfasts At Beardslee Public House – Finally, A Good Reason For Residents Of Bothell, WA, To Wake Up Hungry!

By Nabanita Dutt | October 4, 2018

If you live in eastern Bothell, you already know that going out for breakfast or brunch has never been much of an option here. Well, not until this September that is, because Beardslee Public House has opened for breakfast for the first time, finally giving Bothell residents a wonderful reason to wake up hungry! The menu,…


A Pre-Halloween Crow Fest In Bothell – And Black Crow Licorice Stout Beer At Beardslee For Just $ 2!

By Nabanita Dutt | September 28, 2018

A mysterious gathering of thousands of crows takes place at the UW/Cascadia Campus in Bothell during fall/winter every year, and it is a stunning sight to see. Just as dusk begins to its cast long shadows over the campus grounds and the sky is stained with the orange light of a fading sun, clouds of…


Canadian Poutine – Served With Washington Pride At The Beardslee Public House

By Nabanita Dutt | September 11, 2018

If you’re a resident of the Greater Seattle area, you cannot live this close to the Canadian border and not know what a Poutine is! To describe it graphically, Poutine is a pile of crisp, french fries smothered with cheese curd and gravy — but before you screw up your nose and mentally fail the dish as…