Give a Sweet Treat to Hard-Working Health Care Professionals Through Trophy’s Cupcakes
Trophy’s Cupcakes is spreading the sweetness with its new “Pay it Forward” program that allows patrons to buy and donate cupcakes to hospitals, first responders, struggling families, and lonely senior citizens. You can go to its website and choose your donation from a selection of its most popular cupcakes. Then, Trophy Cupcakes will donate the box through one of its many partners, which include Mary’s Place, Fare Start, Seattle Children’s Hospital, Jewish Family Services, Dignity for Divas, Seattle Police Foundation, and UW Medical Center.
Need some emotional-support dessert for yourself? Trophy Cupcakes has also expanded its delivery services and is offering free delivery in special locations! To find out more, enter your zip code into the search engine on its website to see if you’re eligible for one these delectable deliveries.
Cocktail Kits and CSA Boxes From Canils Restaurant
We all miss having a special night out at that high-end restaurant with the lake-side view — ordering a bottle for the table and creating memories that last. While you can’t totally recreate the experience, Canils restaurant still wants you to be able to enjoy the pleasures of fine dining from the comfort and safety of your home.
Now delivering to West Bellevue, Shoreline, and Mercer Island, Canils is offering great take-out deals. Order one of its specialty cocktail kits, family meals, or wine from the cellars. If you’re using quarantine to become a master chef yourself, Canils wants to help support your culinary adventure! Check out its special CSA boxes, delivering produce from its favorite farmers to your doorstep. Each day of the week highlights different local growers and producers.
For the full menu and how to order, click here.
Northwest Cider Association Offering Virtual Tastings and Resources
If you’re a cider lover or a cider maker and your day-to-day consumption of the sweet, tart beverage has been altered, Northwest Cider Association (NCA) is here to help!
NCA has created an entire series of webinars to instruct local cider producers on how to shift their marketing tactics, create engaging online content, and keep their businesses going during the pandemic. In addition to video recordings of each webinar, NCA also provides written notes for you to refer to any time. For a list of these resources and to find how to become an NCA member visit this website.
In addition to these great resources, NCA is also hosting virtual cider tasting every Thursday at 4 p.m. so you can connect with the people, place, and passion of Northwest cider! To keep updated with all of NCA’s events and to connect with other cider enthusiasts, join their Facebook group.