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Eric Banh’s Seven Beef Steak House

Eric Banh’s Seven Beef Steak House

Talking Meat with Seven Beef Chef Scott Emerick and Owner Eric Banh Welcome back to The Carnivore’s Dilemma, a column by Jason Price that features recommendations on how to prepare and where to eat meat from Seattle chefs that venture well beyond steak and...
Ryan Ross of Supper Corps

Ryan Ross of Supper Corps

Building Relationships through Food Over the past several years I’ve made it a mission to meet many of the top chefs in the Pacific Northwest.  I’ve interviewed them and told their life stories as it relates to food with a good degree of success.  These discussions...
Maximillian Petty of Eden Hill

Maximillian Petty of Eden Hill

The Carnivore’s Dilemma with Eden Hill Chef Maximillian Petty Welcome back to The Carnivore’s Dilemma, a column by Jason Price that features recommendations on how to prepare and where to eat meat from Seattle chefs that venture well beyond steak and burgers....
That’s A Lotta SPAM: A Test of Poor Taste

That’s A Lotta SPAM: A Test of Poor Taste

SPAM in a Can I do not like SPAM in a can I do not like it Sam I Am. A few months ago I had the seemingly bright idea of doing a taste test of all the varieties of canned ‘Luncheon Meat’ that I could find locally.  Of course, most everyone knows about SPAM...
Tyler Palagi of Radiator Whiskey

Tyler Palagi of Radiator Whiskey

Tyler Palagi – Co-Chef of Radiator Whiskey in Seattle Welcome back to The Carnivore’s Dilemma, a column by Jason Price that features recommendations on how to prepare and where to eat meat from Seattle chefs that venture well beyond steak and burgers. In a...
Seattle Coffee Roaster 101

Seattle Coffee Roaster 101

The Seattle Coffee Roaster Scene I am not a stereotypical Seattle coffee nerd. Admittedly, I enjoy my morning (and sometimes afternoon) cups of Joe like the majority of my Emerald City brothers and sisters. But I do not own an Aeropress, a Chemex or any other...