Julien Perry

Julien is a longtime food and wine writer based in Seattle. She's been the food editor for Eater Seattle and Seattle Magazine, and is the author of Seattle Cooks. She's also the co-founder of a roving dinner series called the One Night Only Project.

Recent articles

Does Marijuana Legalization Lead To More Problematic Weed Use?

Marijuana legalization increased marijuana use and cannabis use disorder among older adults, a new study finds.

How Legal Weed Will Be Problematic For Police In Pot-Free Indiana

There is about to be an uprising of interstate drug trafficking that will only serve to tax law enforcement resources and make their jobs harder overall.

You Have The Highest THC Strain — So What?

THC is the intoxicating compound that made cannabis a rock star. It is still the sole consideration for some shoppers when picking a product in a retail store.

5 Memory Boosters That Actually Work

Certain foods, drinks, and activities claim to improve your memory. Here are a few that have some scientific support.

5 Things About CBD Cigarettes You Should Know

These products aren’t the most popular form of CBD delivery, but they do serve consumers looking for a joint-like smoke.

Canine Arthritis Is A Real Problem And Cannabis Could Help

The active compounds in cannabis are showing promise in the lab when it comes to treating the pain associated with certain types of canine arthritis.

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How High Were We? 7 Things Humans Actually Consumed In The 1980s

Here are 7 foods we as a nation collectively ate with abandon, but that probably should've been packaged in caution tape.

14 Celebs Who Got Their Start In Campy Horror Flicks

Some of our favorite celebrities of today got their start in these cheesy horror flicks — many of which live solely online.

The Only Cocktail You Need This Fall: Walnut Old Fashioned

When the leaves start falling and a chill hits the air, it's time to hunker down with a warm, cozy, soothing drink. Or, a really effing amazing iced cocktail.

Why The ‘Poison Squad’ Of 1902 Is The Creepiest Supper Club Ever

Back in 1902, a thing called the Poison Squad existed; a 12-man group whose sole purpose was to consume poisonous preservatives in food.

This Is Why Your Wine Glass Is 7 Times Larger Than It Used To Be

British researchers turned to the wine glass, specifically their size evolution, to help explain why people are drinking more wine in England.

The Only Cocktail You Need This Summer: The Backslide, Anvil Bar & Refuge

Bobby Huegel, owner of Anvil Bar & Refuge, has been hailed the Cocktail King of Houston. But the James Beard Award nominee loves nothing more than to give credit where credit is due. And today, he shares...