Consider the following methods in which to eradicate boring fundraisers by using creative tactics that don’t take all that much effort but that do produce a bounty of bucks as well as fun and friendly interaction in the process.
Oysters are ripe for the picking in Puget Sound during fall. Shucking, slurping, cooking and savoring these mollusks is what we in Seattle know how to do! Here are some great oyster and seafood festivals!
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.
The first shipment of Alaska’s Copper River salmon arrived Friday morning at Sea-Tac Airport aboard an Alaska Airlines cargo flight from Cordova.
It’s a weekend full of Northwest nature and history! Take a step back in time during Port Townsend’s Victorian Heritage Festival. Celebrate the Razor Clam in Ocean Shores, or watch grey whales migrate in Ilwaco. Boating, birds and beads are all part of this weekend just outside of Seattle.
When the first king salmon of the season came in to SeaTac Airport this week, via Alaska Airlines, there were cooking stations set up next to a cargo facility for a cook-off by three top Seattle chefs. Here are their recipes!
The season we’ve been waiting for is here – Copper River Salmon time! The first Alaska Airlines plane, their “Salmon Thirty Salmon” delivered a fresh load of the antioxidant-laden fish to Seattle today.