Home Food & Drink A New Kind of Moveable Feast By Erin LemMay 28, 2012 Search more like this date-night-ideastripkayakfoodsweet-corntourtapestrytrufflecheesecakekalepremierraspberryshrimppicnic-table Read next Food & Drink This Cute, Cozy Book Teaches Kids About Giving Back Food & Drink For Their Birthday: Less Stress, More Fun! Food & Drink This Birthday, Give Your Tiny Bean Exactly What They Want Food & Drink Milestone Alert: Your Toddler Is Toddling! Food & Drink Milestone Alert: Your Toddler Wants to Play With You! Crudités with truffle salt…sweet corn soup with shrimp and jalapeño cornbread…bacon and kale farro with scrambled eggs…white chocolate raspberry cheesecake….It’s hardly what you’d expect to be served while on a sea kayaking trip. But I wasn’t on just any kayaking trip; I was tagging along on the inaugural voyage of a “gourmet” guided kayak trip codesigned by Seattle food tour company Savor Seattle and San Juan Outfitters, one of the premier kayak guiding services in the Pacific Northwest. The goal of the trip was to combine the pleasures of an invigorating adventure to the wild outer edges of the San Juan Islands with expertly prepared food sourced from leading regional purveyors. While several outfitters lead guided kayaking trips through the San Juans—replete with MacGyver-caliber guides showing the way and preparing gussied-up camp food in makeshift picnic-table kitchens—this tour was going to be different: The food would be sharing center stage with the scenery. To read more about this new foodie feast on San Juan islands click here for Seattle Magazine’s full story. This is our weekly guest post from our friends at Seattle Magazine, which keeps readers on the pulse of restaurants, personalities, arts, entertainment and culture that reflect the tapestry of our dynamic landscape. We’ve teamed up for an exciting partnership to bring you a weekly dose of fantastic Date Night ideas throughout greater Seattle.