Thanksgiving is over and the weekend is here! If you’re still recovering from a food coma, here are some fun, relaxing things you can do over the next few days.
Eats and drinks
- If you need a break from Thanksgiving leftovers, check out these three Seattle-area restaurants for comforting takeout food.
- Find a new favorite with this list of 24 restaurants that have opened recently in the Seattle area.
- Try making these easy mini turkey potpies with your Thanksgiving leftovers.
- Be creative and use your Thanksgiving leftovers to participate in the next round of the Pantry Kitchen Challenge.
- Indulge in this recipe for loaded Lemon Yogurt Cake, courtesy of Spinasse chef Stuart Lane.
Books and arts
- Join Moira’s Book Club in reading Catherine Steadman’s “Mr. Nobody.”
- Get in the holiday spirit with these online streams of “The Nutcracker” from Pacific Northwest Ballet, American Ballet Theatre and more.
- Stream Book-It’s new audioplay season, which starts with Octavia Butler’s powerful “Childfinder.”
Movies and music
- Find something to stream from this list of what’s new on Video on Demand, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and other services.
- If you miss going to concerts, listen to these six essential Seattle live albums.
- Want to get outside? Here’s how to start cross-country skiing, which is the ideal sport for social distancing.
- It may be cold and dreary out, but you can still embrace frilutsliv and enjoy the outdoors.
- Take a walking tour of Port Townsend’s history, with an interpretive trail that tells the story of the S’Klallam people.
- Watch the Westlake tree and Seattle Star lighting, and check out Seattle Center’s Winterfest.