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The Buttermilk Biscuit Recipe

Posted by on Jul 25, 2014 in New Content, Recipes, Savory | 0 comments

My family loves these delicious, buttery, easy to make biscuits. They are a great treat for breakfast, lunch or dinner and are sure to please the crowd. Bonus – they are simple to make! Try them out for your next country dinner or even as a special treat for your family.

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How to Make Lamb Prosciutto

Posted by on Jul 18, 2014 in New Content, Salumi | 3 comments

Salumi lovers unite! Prosciutto is a favorite of many with the best coming from Parma and San Daniele in Italy. But did you know that prosciutto can be made with lamb as well? Follow along with this step-by-step guide to making this delicious cured treat in your own home!

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Thierry Rautureau – Chef Interview v.13

Posted by on Jul 10, 2014 in Chef Series, New Content | 0 comments

Chef Thierry Rautureau is as close as it comes to being a legend on the Seattle food scene. From Rovers to Luc to Loulay to Top Chef Masters – the Chef in the Hat has been delighting local diners with his food for decades. Read on to learn about Thierry’s passion for food, eating locally and giving people amazing dining experiences!

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Art of the Table Chef Dustin Ronspies – Interview v.12

Posted by on Jun 20, 2014 in Chef Series, New Content | 2 comments

James Beard award-nominated Chef Dustin Ronspies owns of Art of the Table – a cache of creative cuisine in Seattle. Read about his experiences of cooking for hot air balloon tours, yacht owners, billionaires and film legends in this story about the life of a Chef.

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RockCreek Chef Eric Donnelly – Interview v. 11

Posted by on Jun 12, 2014 in Chef Series, Features, New Content | 0 comments

Chef Eric Donnelly has a rule at RockCreek – his seafood restaurant in Seattle’s upper Fremont neighborhood. You will find no salmon or halibut on the menu here. Just some pretty amazing and creative dishes that you simply cannot find anywhere else in this town!

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Big John’s PFI – Seattle’s Hidden Food Gem

Posted by on Jun 6, 2014 in Features, Local Business | 1 comment

Big John’s PFI in the SoDo neighborhood in Seattle is on every food lover’s list of hidden gems. It’s amazing selection of Mediterranean foodstuffs is legendary in these parts. If you are looking for something new, hard to find, or an essential ingredient from the Med – this is the place to be.

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Raising Backyard Chickens for Dummies

Posted by on May 27, 2014 in Farming, New Content | 6 comments

The backyard chicken craze is on in full force in many urban areas around the country. In Seattle, we have many helpful and knowledgeable resources for our poultry endeavors but sometimes you have to learn the hard way. Here are 10 things I wish I knew before I started my urban chicken farming journey.

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Book Larder – Seattle’s Cookbook Haven

Posted by on May 20, 2014 in Features, Local Business | 0 comments

The Book Larder in Seattle is an urban oasis for those in search of the elusive cookbook, new food memoir, or ideas for what to do with all those veggies in your garden. Find out more about what makes this little food literati heaven one of the coolest shops for cooks in all of Seattle.

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