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Steve Dossick

Capitol Hill • Seattle, WA
Mad Scientist and entrepreneur, living in a 115 year-old house on Capitol Hill.
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Cuisinart Electric Kettle
Electric Kettle
If you're a coffee or tea snob, you need an electric kettle that is accurate. When I want 175F water for green tea, or 190F for morning coffee, that's what I get. Also super easy to clean if you live in a place with hard water.
Doane Paper
This is a great line of project or idea notebooks that are great for writing or sketching ideas in. I generally buy a new one for every new project as I get started!
Kitchenaid Undercounter Refrigerator/Freezer Kudf204esb
Got this unit for a kitchenette/wet bar we added to our basement. It's quiet and takes up minimal space, but still manages to hold drinks in the fridge area easily plus have some freezer storage and an ice maker in the freezer drawer.
Lg Dle7300ve Dryer
Great dryer, with a super cool door that can either open vertically or horizontally. I love this feature for removing clothes...with the door opening vertically (like a dishwasher) I never accidentally dump clean clothes on the floor!
LG Laser Projecter
This is the greatest projector I have used for a small home theater, bar none. You can sit it just inches from a projection screen and get up to a 120" incredibly sharp and bright picture on the screen. If you don't like the noise of a ceiling mounted projector above your head, this is your solution. It's bright enough to be used with some light entering the room as well, unlike many home theater projectors.
Lg Wt7300cv Washer
Great, quiet top loader with an impeller, not an agitator. Keeps clothes looking great, and simple enough that you can make your kids do their own laundry!
Seal Krete Non-Skid Grip
Sonos One Gen 2
Literally it just works. Plop a speaker into a room, set it up instantly, and you've got music. Yes, they're more expensive. But if you don't want your spouse staring daggers at you every time your hacked together alternative doesn't work when he or she wants to play music, just get the Sonos system. Their soundbars are similarly great, and you get the bonus of great music playing when you're not using the TV.
Taco vs. Burrito
Bought this on @lizprc's recommendation and my kids are obsessed. Fabulous game!
Thermoworks Thermapen Mk4 Instant Read Thermometer
Just amazing, truly instant read and i love that the display rotates itself so you can always read it no matter what angle you use it at. I've used mine nearly daily for a year and it's still on the original batteries. More expensive than the knockoffs but totally worth it!
Tramontina Nonstick Pan
Holy crap, you want a non-stick pan that you can really use and that won't lose its non-stickiness instantly? Tramontina is probably the brand your professional chef friends are using at home or at work. The handles even have silicone handle covers that can go in the oven to 400F. They've even got an extra-large 14" size that is amazing for cooking for your family if you've got the space on your stove.
Wusthof Serrated Bread Knife
This is a great knife for slicing bread, ripe tomatoes, or even steaks off the grill. It's also small enough that an older child can handle it easily (with proper supervision of course). It holds a sharpening super well for a long time too.


Andonian Rug Services
Carpet Cleaner
Amazing place to handle higher end rugs, whether cleaning or repair. They also have an amazing showroom if you're looking to buy new rugs.
Better Meat Inc.
Amazingly old school...need a leg of lamb for Christmas or Easter? Best place to order it from.
Capitol Hill Handyman
Just amazing service, came for a quick outside gate repair, great communication and got the work done same day. Highly highly recommended!
Internet Provider
Centurylink fiber is great once you get through the install. Cheap too, often they have a $65/mo unlimited 1gbps symmetrical offer for homes.
Chimney Specialists
These guys came and did a great job on our fireplaces...super professional and were careful with a 100+ yr old fireplace with some delicate tile and woodwork. Highly recommended.
Clear Skies Cleaning
Window Washing
Clean Skies did a great job power washing our garage roof and some stone and concrete surfaces in our yard, as well as cleaning gutters and repairing a couple of downspouts.
Create a Scape
Michael and his crew are great at keeping our lawn and plants looking great all year long!
Froula Alarms Systems
These guys have gone the extra mile to adopt a security system in our new home, rather than trying to force us to buy something new. Family-owned local Seattle business as well!
Greenwood Heating & Air Conditioning
Awesome and thorough service every time.
Jack Russell Wildlife Control
Super great work sealing up an under porch area that had seen some raccoon/critter intrusion.
Lee Smith Electrical
Super professional guys, always go the extra mile to get the job done quickly.
Marquiss Construction
Marquiss Construction did a great job on some smaller repair projects for our house. They are great to work with!
Mr. Electric of Greater Seattle
These folks were willing to come out for a small job and made sure to bring all the right parts based on our conversation beforehand. They gave me a firm quote after taking a look at the work and had it done quickly. Very professional.
Nancy Ralston Interior Design
Interior Designer
Super organized and really understands our priorities with regards to our interior design needs.
Rain Shadow Meats
Excellent butcher, and they have a great service where they email you a "Fresh Sheet" on Tuesdays, with free doorstep delivery on Thursday afternoon.
Seattle Sight and Sound
Home Automation
Easy to work with, and listened to what our needs actually were while putting together some great recommendations.
Sky Nursery
Just a great place to buy beautiful things for your garden, and super knowledgeable staff to answer questions about the plants and keeping them happy.
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Carol Mullins
2 days ago • Indianapolis
I'm thinking about an Apple Watch to be used for fitness tracking, hands-free calls when out in the garden, GPS on the long hikes and bikes and mak...
Amy Posner Wolff
3 days ago • Mercer Island
Any recommendations for roof moss removal. It looks like I am growing a green roof system up there. Thanks!
Victoria Grinde
16 days ago • Aurora
Non-stick pans .... what is your all time favorite! I am on rhe hunt for a TRUE NON-STICK pan! I have been eyeing the Always Pan but I am intereste...
Andi Beebe
18 days ago • Mountlake Terrace
Does anyone have any recommendations for professional pool table mover and installers? I am planning to purchase a used (slate) pool table. There a...
Steven Chayer
26 days ago • Seattle
I need a gas-fired furnace repairman for our dance studio in Shoreline. Any recommendations?
Liz Pearce
27 days ago • Montlake
My kiddo broke her glasses last night and we need to get them fixed pronto. One of the arms broke off, we think it probably needs to be soldered. P...
Adam Doppelt
about 1 month ago • Magnolia
Here's what I've learned about delivery and takeout recently: - How did I survive so long without weekly Eltana Bagel deliveries? - I am now the k...
Joe Heitzeberg
about 1 month ago • Mercer Island
I have some wooden steps that seem to have formed an invisible, microscopic layer of extremely slippery slime. Is there a product like a chemical o...
Ali White MacBeth
about 1 month ago • Ravenna
I need my hair done desperately. It’s going to take a few hours so I am looking for someone good that maybe has been vaccinated or has some Covid s...
Kirby Winfield
2 months ago • University District
hi! a friend needs advice on implications of 83(b) election and other private stock items. anyone got a good tax person who "gets" startups?
Adam Doppelt
3 months ago • Magnolia
With the break approaching, does anybody have a game to recommend? I can't stand "Pay to Win" games that hook you and proceed to drain your wallet...
Cassie Wallender
3 months ago • Madison Valley
Hi - a weird one here. Any recommendations for 1.) movers who are good with 100-gallon glass aquariums, and 2.) structural engineers who can help a...
Edward Yim
3 months ago • Bellevue
The HDMI cable for my home theater broke. I need someone to either fix the end connector which broke or run a new cable through the wall. Any help...
Mina Yoo
4 months ago • Rainier Beach
I need a contractor for small jobs around the house like laying a couple bricks that fell off, installing a spout from our roof. I am in South Seat...
Carl Haynes
6 months ago • Ballard
With quarantine and now school streaming we are hitting the Comcast data limits (We've come close or gone over the last few months). The kids now s...
Brooklyn Benjestorf
6 months ago • Capitol Hill
We're bringing home a new puppy at the end of the month and also aren't crazy about our current kitty vet. Hoping to find a new place on Capitol Hi...
Liz Pearce
6 months ago • Montlake
Hi, friends. Hoping someone in my network has some guidance on getting a home security system in place. Do you have a company that you’re happy wit...
Lora Shahine
7 months ago • Madison Park
Prefer mobile groomer that can come to our house in Seattle. But all recommendations welcome. Thank you!!
Sanjay Puri
8 months ago • Bellevue
After 19 years in Seattle, it seems like we'll need to bite the bullet and install air-conditioning this summer (thank you Coronavirus). Any recomm...
Lisa Mesplay
8 months ago • Federal Way
Has anybody worked with an HVAC company to install a multi-split system in your home? We have a modest 1968 bi-level and we don't want to do centra...
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