Glam up Your Online Gatherings
Looking for a way to virtually bring the colleagues together or to show some staff appreciation? Well, Blue Ribbon Cooking in Seattle is currently offering some great options. From virtual happy hours to cupcakes and cocktails, and even virtual cooking classes, it has all you need in terms of supplying the fun and entertainment for your next online gathering. And, as an added bonus, with each virtual event, Blue Ribbon will donate a meal to a frontline health care worker! Included in the Virtual Happy Hour package is a bottle of Mark Ryan’s Lu & Oly Cabernet Sauvignon or Chardonnay, assorted cheeses, meats, fresh and dried fruit, breads, and other delicious treats. The Cupcakes & Cocktails package is a fun alternative that includes cocktail demonstrations, followed by presentations of different pastry techniques related to a cupcake competition of your choosing. Six pre-made, unfrosted cupcakes will be delivered for the competition, along with frosting, fondant, and all supplies needed to glam up your cupcakes, accompanied by ingredients for two craft cocktails. For additional information on booking and pricing, click here.
Keep the Wine Flowing
Make sure that your wine supply is endless this summer by becoming a wine club member with Tinte Cellars. Those who sign up between now and July 1 will receive a party-in-a-bag — a gift bag featuring delicious treats from local producers including an assortment of salami, chocolates, seasonings, and more! Membership sign ups start at $60 and feature numerous rewards, including discounted wines, complimentary tastings, private parties, member events, and more. So sign up, receive some awesome benefits, and get your party-in-a-bag by clicking here.
Safe Grocery Shopping Tips
QFC is making it easier than ever to shop safely, easily, and affordably. Dr. Marc R. Watkins, chief medical officer for The Kroger Company, recently released a statement stating that the best way to lower the chance of spreading the virus is through: Washing hands often, spreading out, disinfecting commonly touched surfaces often, and staying home if you don’t feel well. QFC grocers are maintaining these standards through new additions like plexiglass barriers, dedicated shopping hours for senior citizens, expanded pick-up and delivery options, and more. Customers are encouraged to maintain social distancing from others, shop online if possible (free shipping is available for orders more than $35), and to visit the store when crowds are minimal. For additional QFC shopping information, tips, and more click here.