Recent Posts By Sunset

Doggy road trip: a Northern California coastal experience

BY MARIE PENCE Most everyone thinks their dog is the sweetest and most well-behaved dog in the world, so I will probably ruffle some feathers when I say that our dog is the sweetest and most well-behaved dog in the world. Kayla is a chocolate lab we rescued a little more than two years ago. She’s about six years old and […]

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Eating Up the West Coast: A woman walks into a bar

Brigit Binns is the author of Eating Up the West Coast, an adventure-packed road-trip cookbook that she wrote for Sunset. Here, in her third in a series of guest posts, Brigit shares her tips for discovering good eats while dining solo—but you can join her for dinner this Saturday at An Oak-Kissed Evening Under the Stars at Refugio in Paso Robles, one of the events at […]

Top 7 tips to make dahlias last longer

This guest post comes to us from Brooke Wetzel, florist on BloomNation, “the Etsy for flowers”, and Owner of The Plum Dahlia in Los Angeles, CA.  The waning days of summertime in floral talk mean its time to relish the late-summer blooms, especially the glorious dahlia. Weather permitting, dahlia season can extend all the way to Thanksgiving, and here are the best tips to keep […]

8 secret gems in Seattle

1. Humble Pie Off the beaten path, but so worth seeking out, Humble Pie serves pizza from a wood-fired oven and local beverages out of a retired shipping container in the International District.