Margarett writes for a wide range of local and national publications about food, drinks, travel, design, architecture, agriculture, and the other things that make life interesting. Here’s a collection of selected work.

Henry Storch of Old Blue Raw Honey on how insects are the last free-range livestock, why honeys made a mile apart can taste so different, and what most people get wrong about bees. For Portrait Magazine.

Photography by Camille Storch

Human-microbe harmony at SakéOne. For Edible Portland.

Photography by Nolan Calisch

Visions of what post-apocalyptic snacks. For Edible Seattle.

Architecturally ambitious tasting rooms at Copper & Kings, McPherson Cellars, and Lost Spirits. For Spirited Magazine.

How a dwindling native oak species gives Northwest distillers a chance to stand out. For Artisan Spirit Magazine.

A Woodinville Weekend

Sinking happily into the tasting room black hole of Woodinville, Washington. For Portrait Magazine.

Drinking, dining, and delighting in the quirkiness of the southern Willamette Valley. For Sip Northwest.