Seattle Cooks Cookbook
Seattle Cooks is an exciting collection of 80 signature dishes from 40 of the city’s best restaurants. Featuring crowd-pleasing small plates, vibrant salads, comforting mains, delectable desserts, and much more, this expansive cookbook highlights a vibrant culinary scene that makes Seattle one of the best food cities in the country. A never-before-published recipe for Dahlia’ Lounge’s iconic Dungeness crab cakes? Check. Tavolàta’s hamachi crudo? Check. Revel’s kalua pork belly? Check. We’ve even included Jerry Traunfeld's famous eggplant fries, RockCreek's octopus salad, and E. Smith Mercantile’s thirst-quenching smoky martini.
Palo Santo Holy Wood Incense Stick
Palo Santo, or 'holy wood', is a mystical tree native to South America. It's closely related to Frankincense, Myrrh and Copal. Palo Santo is often burned during ceremonies by Shamans for its energetically cleansing and healing properties. It is said to enhance creativity and bring good fortune. It creates a calming, fresh smell reminiscent of smoke with hints of mint and citrus that work well in keeping away mosquitoes and other flying insects.
Use a candle, match or lighter to ignite your stick of Palo Santo. Hold at about a 45 degree angle pointing the tip down toward the flame. Allow it to burn for about 30 seconds to 1 minute and then blow out.
Please note, price listed is for 1 stick.
Brass demitasse spoon
Shiny brass spoon with oxidized handle.