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Lid Wear for Men and Women

Check out Lid Wear on the crafts line at the Pike Place Market. Sarah Goldie, artist and milliner, has designed and made hats by hand for over 20 years–creating a wide variety of unique styles with the utmost attention to detail and quality. Her rain and shine hats are "fashionable as well as practical" since they are waterproof, breathable and adjustable. Sarah takes great pride in her work, stating, "It's my job to make you look good."

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Antique and Bargain Hunters Delight in New Second-Hand Store

Rummage Around, a new business at Pike Place Market, is a prime destination for antique lovers and bargain hunters. Located on the third floor of the lower levels of the Market, the second-hand boutique offers a mind-boggling collection that spans kitchen items such as an antique oven to bicycles and a bucket of umbrellas—though Seattleites profess the latter are used only by visitors to the Emerald City.

Walking by the busy windows of Rummage Around, it's hard not to be drawn in by the wonderful display of precious items waiting to be found, taken home, and loved. Take a quick tour and find a quirky household item or a unique gift for a friend. Even if antiques and sweet finds aren't your thing, check out the collection of movies or browse the ample jewelry section. 

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Harissa is a flavorful North African-Chile blend of spices; MarketSpice's buy-in-bulk blend includes red peppers, cayenne, chili powder, garlic, paprika, coriander, cumin, sea salt and spearmint. It's terrific as a dry rub on meats, in soups and stews, or in veggie recipes. Serves 6

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Bring Forth the Berries!

Posted July 2, 2014

Fourth of July and berries go hand-in-hand. Instead of the usual shortcake dessert, serve this crostata—a berry-filled free-form pastry that's oh-so-delicious. Shop the Market today for berries and you'll be ready to bake in the morning! Recipe courtesy of Nathan Luoma, chef at Il Bistro.

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