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Autumn Pickled Apples

Autumn Pickled Apples

Believe us when we say this pickled apple recipe will not leave a sour taste in your mouth! Delightfully sweet, full of fall flavors and refreshingly crisp; pickled apples are an excellent way to pay homage to the revered pome fruit. 

A Witch’s Pumpkin Spiced Latte

A Witch’s Pumpkin Spiced Latte

Sweater weather is upon us and we are jumpin on the cozy train! Resident chefs Frankie and Kiya came up with a little something special for you to make at home and enjoy on your couch, cuz let’s be real, couch life is the best life. 🙌 This pumpkin spice latte gets a Works' makeover and is made with all natural sugars and real pumpkin. Not too sweet and the spice is nice.
Pump Up the Jams!

Pump Up the Jams!

Jamming in the summer is one of our favorite pastimes. Okay, let’s be honest... creating unique flavor combinations blending fruit with fresh herbs, spices, and booze is a bit of an obsession. Whether you’re eating your jam fresh or canning it for later, we're sharing three of our favorite flavor combos along with a full list of potential pairings to carry you through jam season. 

Have a Sweet & Spicy Cinco de Mayo

Have a Sweet & Spicy Cinco de Mayo

You can't please everyone..you're not an avocado. But this guacamole recipe is sure to make you a fan favorite! Our beloved teacher Kiya is sharing her tried-and-true guacamole recipe to elevate your Cinco de Mayo celebration, along with a homemade tortilla recipe and her best tip for achieving super fine salt.
Our Favorite Recipes: The Works Edition - the-works-seattle

Our Favorite Recipes: The Works Edition

Our gatherings may be smaller right now, and the importance of self-care has never been clearer. We've gathered a few favorite recipes from our staff to help bring some joy to your kitchen, and hopefully some delicious flavors to your tables!
A Beginner’s Guide to DIY Apothecary and the Idea of Gathering - the-works-seattle

A Beginner’s Guide to DIY Apothecary and the Idea of Gathering

Shannon Douglas is the writer, photographer, and recipe developer behind Honest Magazine, a quarterly publication exploring our food and its roots, including themes of wild food, gardening, and slow living. She is sharing some of her tips and tricks for building your own apothecary in a two-part blog series.