The holiday season is here, bringing good tidings, visitors and delicious delicacies. Just as Christmas is celebrated with gingerbread and fruit cakes, the festivities of Hanukkah include eating potato latkes, also known as delicious potato pancakes.
Seattle’s largest dining celebration is returning to Seattle October 14 – 18, and 21 – 25!
It’s the most talked about wine and food event in the Northwest, and it’s coming to the Tulalip Casino and Resort on November 9 and 10!
Hunting, picking, and eating mushrooms! A delicious delicacy that grows right here in the Northwest. Here are some of our favorite ways to celebrate the mushroom!
Author, vegan chef (and Cupcake Wars winner!) Chloe Coscarelli shares her favorite vegan eats in Seattle and Portland.
Washington Organic Week, September 8 – 15 is a celebration of Washington’s diverse and lush organic agriculture. Come to a gourmet organic cooking class, learn to brew an organic hard cider just in time for fall, sample organic, fair trade chocolates and attend a “good food” themed auction!
The quaint town of Walla Walla, WA is filled with lush farmland, artists and musicians, wineries and excellent restaurants. For a weekend getaway, it’s the perfect place to enjoy some Eastern Washington sunshine and local culture. Here are some of our favorites.
Bring your friends and enjoy a lovely dinner served among the splendor of Seattle’s Pike Place Market in Victor Steinbrueck Park and celebrate the Third Annual Salmon-Chanted Evenings in Seattle. Proceeds go to help Seattle Parks and Recreation.
With the King Tut exhibit in town through January 6, 2013, you might be hungry for a bit of that Mediterranean cuisine that the Pharoahs loved so much. Here are some of our favorites.
Three top Seattle chefs compete to create the best salmon recipe in Alaska Air Cargo’s “Copper Chef Cook-off.” This year, executive chefs Jason Wilson of CRUSH and Wayne A. Johnson of Ray’s Boathouse competed against the 2010 and 2011 Copper Chef winner Pat Donahue, the executive chef of Anthony’s Restaurants. And, for a third year in a row, Pat Donahue won the cook-off and was named, ‘The Copper Chef’ for 2012. Here are their recipes.