Masterpiece Mystery connections: Inspector Endeavour Morse

Shaun Evans as Endeavour and Kevin Whatley as Inspector Lewis

Masterpiece Mystery viewers take note: Season two of Endeavour premieres 6/29, and you can catch up on season one starting Sunday, 6/1, at 9pm. Since the original Inspector Morse series started way back in 1987, we thought we’d review the connections between these incredibly popular shows for current Endeavour (and Morse and Lewis) fans.


Hopefully you had the chance to see the engaging, eye-opening, yet entertaining documentary DamNation when it screened at SIFF. If not, don’t fret. You’ll have two chances to see the film in the near future. On June 5, the film will be screening in Patagonia stores across the country, including 7p showings at the Seattle and Portland stores. And, beginning on June 6, the film will be available for rent and purchase on Vimeo On Demand.

Mr. Selfridge S2 Recap: It’s always been all for Rose

Mr. Selfridge Season 2 Finale
NOTE: Our Tea Times blogger Amie Simon crystallizes what went down in the Masterpiece Classic: Mr. Selfridge Season 2 finale. (This recap is loaded with spoilers, as all good recaps should be! ICYMI, or want to see it again, watch online before 6/17/2014. Video U.S. only.

CP Nosh: Cabbage Pancakes

Welcome to CP Nosh – a delicious recipe inspired by this week’s show. This week all of the guests took us to their favorite breakfast spots. From a greasy spoon down south to an upscale farm-focused restaurant in wine country, we ate a LOT of breakfast!

The Savory 6 with Rachel Roland

group picture

Welcome to The Savory 6, a weekly column featuring six weekly questions for one of the guests on our show. Check, Please! Northwest is all about dining out, but that’s not the only thing that happens at the table. When you put three strangers together and encourage banter, anything can happen! It’s a happy byproduct of the show and it’s one of my favorite parts—getting to know all of these food-loving folks. In this weekly article, we get to dig a little deeper into one of our guest’s culinary quirks and preferences.

MUSIC VIDEO MONDAY featuring Rose Windows' "Wartime Lovers"

Self-described "Cascadian Rock band," Rose Windows' video for their song "Wartime Lovers" exudes that Cascadia flavor. Made as part of filmmaker/artist Jessi Southern's traveling music video collaboration Fool's Road, this video was planned and shot within only 8 days of Jessi and the band's first meeting. What do you think of the result?

CP Nosh: Hand-Rolled Pasta

Photo courtesy of Della Chen Photography

Welcome to CP Nosh – a delicious recipe inspired by this week’s show!

This week guest Giorgio Pompei took us to Rione XIII on Capitol Hill. Known for their house made pasta and homage to Roman cuisine, Rione XIII is a newer Seattle favorite. Inspired by their focus on simple Italian food, I’m hoping to get all of you in the kitchen this week, working on a handmade dinner!


This week's Reel NW feature FIX: THE STORY OF AN ADDICTED CITY was not the first of Nettie Wild's films to win the Genie Award for Best Feature Documentary. In fact her doc A PLACE CALLED CHIAPAS received the honor in 1999. In this powerful film, Nettie and her crew captured what The New York Times called "the world's first post modern revolution." Buy the DVD here, and don't forget to tune in to FIX on May 9 at 9p.
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