Sip & Savor: Boxes and Baked Goods

Celebrate Black History Month with Seattle Solidarity Box 3.0

Given Savor Seattle’s success with its Seattle Solidarity boxes, which feature products from Black-owned local businesses, the company is releasing a third edition for February, in observance of Black History Month. Seattle Solidarity Box 3.0 includes items from JuneBaby, Marjorie Restaurant, Bite Me Cookies, Boon Boona Coffee, HerbanFarm, JuneBug, Atomic Corn, and Hot Chocolat. Each box is $124.99, with $5 of every Solidarity box sold benefitting the Black Farmers Collective. More here.

Show Your Love with Chocolate

Contributor Sarah Adler’s chocolate crinkle cookies are among her favorite treats to bake for everyone she knows. It has all the sweet, gooey chocolate cookie goodness, but none of the flour. Find out how to make them here.

Cake By The Slice

Grab a slice of cake on 6th Avenue at The Cat & Rabbit. Order special-event custom cakes or a single slice. Or you can stop by on Sunday mornings for its famous cinnamon rolls. But hurry — The Cat & Rabbit doors close once it has sold out each day. Check out the bakery’s stunning creations here. 

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