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Seattle Bound & An Easy Breakfast

There is some exciting news from our house and I'm glad I finally get to share it with you all. I mean it's important to keep my imaginary internet friends in the loop, right? Well, we're moving to Seattle! I received an exciting job opportunity out there so we figured why not. We will definitely miss our family, our amazing friends, all that NYC/Jersey City has to offer, 


and of course the beach!

But Seattle has plenty of water and we're excited to explore the Emerald City and surrounding areas.


Not to mention, I was drooling over how amazing the fresh fish and vegetables looked at the farmers market.


We're moving in about a month, so I am warning you in advance there may be fewer posts as we are busy transitioning into a new home and job.

Wish us luck and now I'll leave you with an easy breakfast treat, courtesy of some jam from Johnson Berry Farms that I picked up when we were out visiting Seattle. It's an english muffin spread with cream cheese and raspberry habanero jam. So good, you have to pick up some spicy jam and try it out!

Rasberry Habanero Jelly

Reader Comments (3)

So sad you are leaving. We will miss you. Keep up the Whisk!

Congratulations! I absolutely LOVE Seattle...it's my dream city to live in! Good luck with the move!

January 23, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMaureen

Hooray! I can't wait to come visit you two!!

January 24, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterSam

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