Welcome Back, Canada! Click for border information. Mask up when inside.
August 24, 2018 / The New York Times Magazine

A Tide-to-Table Island Retreat

On lush, laid-back Lummi Island, about two hours north of Seattle, the weekend home of the food and lifestyle photographer Stephanie Eburah is an idyllic escape. Her shingled house is nestled on five acres and hugged by cedar, maple and alder trees. In the garden, lavender, lilies and lilacs abound, along with strawberries, boysenberries, tomatoes, cucumbers and a potpourri of herbs. It’s the perfect mise‐en‐scène for the communal dinners and culinary retreats that Eburah hosts there: Imagine an outdoor table, illuminated by string lights and the moon, with artfully arranged plates of plump oysters from the Puget Sound; smoked potatoes with gooey burrata and salmon roe; and buttery clams and mussels in a steamy pool of wine and leeks. Read full feature article here: A Tide-to-Table Island Retreat

Read full article here: The New York Times Magazine
Original URL: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/24/t-magazine/agmes-jewelry-richard-habberley-book-editors-picks.html
Bellingham Whatcom County Tourism
Visitor Center Located at I-5 Exit 253 - Check Hours
904 Potter Street, Bellingham, WA 98229
Phone: 360-671-3990
Visiting?

Places to Stay
Itineraries
Getting Here
Sightsee
Read Blogs
Engage!

Events
Photo Contest
Move Here
Attend
Contact Us
Tourism Talk

Industry Resources
Join as a Member
Media Inquiries
Host Groups & Events
About Us
Site by Drozian Webworks
©2021 Visit Bellingham Whatcom County