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THE SEATTLE TIMES MAGAZINE / MAY 4, 2003

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ALAN BERNER / THE SEATTLE TIMES
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On the Cover

At a feast on the Skokomish Indian Reservation, guests are wrapped in blankets, which "symbolize the love of the host or the gift-giver," says tribal spiritual and cultural leader Bruce Miller. "We didn't always live in a time when there were store-made clothes," he says, "therefore the gift of a blanket was very valuable."
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Now & Then: Tailored For Taylor
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spacer WRITTEN BY PAUL DORPAT
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Sunday Punch: Answer Me This
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spacer WRITTEN BY STEVE JOHNSTON
ILLUSTRATED BY PAUL SCHMID
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Letters to the editor
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Cover Story: Feasting on Tradition
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spacer WRITTEN BY LYNDA V. MAPES
PHOTOGRAPHED BY ALAN BERNER
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spacer Together, tribal cooks offer the gift of food to sustain spirits and keep a culture alive.
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Plant Life: Distilled Life
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spacer WRITTEN BY VALERIE EASTON
PHOTOGRAPHED BY ALLAN MANDELL
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spacer In photographing gardens, it's an eye for the essence that matters.
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Taste: Hooked On Fish
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spacer WRITTEN BY GREG ATKINSON
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spacer Thirty years ago, Ray's Boathouse took a fresh look at fish — and set a standard.
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On Fitness: I Inhaled
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spacer WRITTEN BY RICHARD SEVEN
PHOTOGRAPHED BY HARLEY SOLTES
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spacer Searching for peak performance in poofs of pure peppermint.
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Northwest Living: Wild Development
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spacer WRITTEN BY VALERIE EASTON
PHOTOGRAPHED BY BARRY WONG
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spacer An old Eastside orchard is transformed into a haven for the birds and the bees.
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