August 22, 2019

The menu may change, but the desire for great, locally sourced produce does not. When Cedar Grove launched Sound Sustainable Farms in 2017, it was a natural fit for Heartwood Provisions to partner with them. Cedar Grove brings its locally manufactured, organic compost from residents and restaurants to Sound Sustainable Farms in Redmond, where it…

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July 16, 2019

Heartwood Provisions’ seasonally inspired menu is in full bloom! It is bursting with summer delicacies perfectly paired with beverages designed to complete and enhance their flavors. Beverage Director Reed and Chef Cosway share their thought process on their Tomato Nectarine Salad and beverage pairing.  “When questioned what my favorite thing to eat is, salad usually…

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September 11, 2018

With the bounty of summer slowly fading in the Pacific Northwest, Heartwood Provisions bartender Michael Cadden is preserving up a storm. With cherries on our heels, and peaches and nectarines just coming to an end, he hustles to turn stone fruit to syrups and jams that mix nicely into cocktails and mocktails and shrubs. “Preserving…

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June 20, 2018

Part of what makes Heartwood so special is the fundamental pairing program in place here. Since the beginning, Chef Varin Keokitvon and Beverage Director Amanda Reed have worked closely together to develop dishes and drinks that riff off each other—it’s food with drink, not food and drink. With a program like this, Reed has had…

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May 30, 2018

The mighty geoduck (goey-duck or güēˌdək) is seriously a Pacific Northwest thing. In fact, the giant mollusk, with its very phallic syphon, is native only to the West Coast. Here, the clam’s shell may grow to nearly eight inches in length; its giant meaty neck has been known to grow in excess of three feet….

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January 1, 2018

We have some pretty tasty neighbors at our downtown Seattle restaurant, not least among them the incredible Copperworks Distilling. The craft distillery makes spirits from premium malted barley, primarily grown in Washington state, in traditional Scottish copper stills which were hand-built by expert coppersmiths in the highlands of Scotland. And, they also do all of…

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