EARLY AUGUST NEWSLETTER 2018
Why Foodies Love the San Juans
Fall is the season for the islands' most anticipated gastronomic festival
What is a "foodie," anyway?

Are you someone who is "particularly interested in good food?" Do you take photos of your meals and post them on social media? Maybe you gather monthly for a progressive dinner party? Then welcome to the foodie club -- we're happy to have you!

So newbie foodie, while you're planning out your autumn San Juan getaway, why not book your stay at the Tucker House Inn or Harrison House Suites? We'll share our tips on how to experience the best of our islands' culinary scene and serve you up a great (photo worthy) breakfast in the process.
FOODIE LODGING PACKAGE
Sleep well, eat well
Book your stay at The Tucker House Inn or Harrison House Suites during the annual foodie festival, Savor the San Juans, September 9-November 10 & enjoy a $50 dining credit to our farm-to-fork Coho Restaurant. Details online...
At the Tucker House Inn and Harrison House Suites, our chefs offer each guest a morning meal filled with fresh ingredients sourced from the culinary bounties of our land and sea. Trust us, you won't want to sleep in. Where we source...
FROM OUR KITCHEN
Quinoa-stuffed peppers
decorate your dinner plate
Savor wild mushroom and quinoa stuffed peppers, a recipe we recently pulled out for a catering event. Simple and delicious...
VIRTUAL COOKING CLASS
Preserving summer's best
What to do with all that colorful produce -- plums, peaches, pears, beans, cucumbers, and more!
Chef Jessica gives a tutorial on safe, delicious canning.
WHAT'S GOING ON
Savor the San Juans
highlights the harvest season
Savor the San Juans  turns 11 this year and has grown to encompass film festivals, a farm parade, two vineyard harvest events, harvest dinners and much more. Savor is a great way to ease into a slower time of year while basking in the food, spirits, music, and natural beauty of San Juan Island and its neighbors. Returning events this year pay tribute to craft brewing with beer festivals bookending this annual autumnal affair.
Local seafood, oysters, heritage preserves, local sea salt, and lavender products are just some of the artisan producers in the islands. Taste these  Island Grown  foods and wine, beer, cider, and spirits, during a selection of farm-to-table dinners by local chefs, including our own at Coho Restaurant.