Sliders are one of the best tailgating options out there. However, with the popularity of generic cheeseburgers, tailgating taste buds can get bored. Add some Italian flair to the mix with a hearty mini-meatball sub. This will bring heartwarming flavors to the party without all of the spaghetti.
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!
One of the best snacks to munch on during a football game is guacamole. A sweet-and-spicy take on this typical avocado delight is guaranteed to please a rowdy crowd.
Nothing says football tailgating like chips and dip. Try this clean, personalized recipe for a slightly different twist on typical salsa.
Whether you are hosting a football party at home or preparing food for a pre-game tailgate, grilled burgers are always a sure favorite. Try these healthy-option ground turkey burgers; they’re quick and simple to make and can easily be prepared at home and then packed into a cooler.
When it comes to tailgating, grilling is a must. As a simple crowd pleaser, kabobs have infinite variations. This version combines a rich, smoky and sweet bourbon glaze with the sweet-tart flavor of pineapples and […]
Author, vegan chef (and Cupcake Wars winner!) Chloe Coscarelli shares her favorite vegan eats in Seattle and Portland.
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.
Barbecues are for vegetarians, too. Check out these three flavorful all-veggie grilling recipes.
Mom shouldn’t have to make breakfast on Mother’s Day. Here are few recipe ideas to make her breakfast in bed.