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Thumbnail for - Fourth of July Recipes From Seattle Chefs
Jun 28, 2011
Cooking and Entertaining
So you’ve got cookout plans for the Fourth of July, do you? And you’ve got to feed those huddled masses. Perhaps the chefs of Seattle can help. I’ve amassed here some of their most picnic-worthy...
Thumbnail for - Seattle Food Blog Chain: Becky Selengut
Jun 28, 2011
Blog to Blog
Here’s the deal with the Seattle Food Blog Chain: Nosh Pit spotlights a Seattle food blogger, and then asks that blogger to point us in the direction of another food blogger. Last week we talked...
Thumbnail for - Seattle Food Blog Chain: Marc Schermerhorn
Jun 20, 2011
Blog to Blog
Here’s the deal with the Seattle Food Blog Chain: Nosh Pit spotlights a Seattle food blogger, and then asks that blogger to point us in the direction of another food blogger. We started things...
Thumbnail for - Seattle Food Blog Chain: Matthew Wright
Jun 13, 2011
Blog to Blog
Here’s the deal with the Seattle Food Blog Chain: Nosh Pit spotlights a Seattle food blogger, and then asks that blogger to point us in the direction of another food blogger of his/her choosing...
Thumbnail for - Il Corvo Rolls Out Cooking Classes
May 10, 2011
In the Kitchen
More kitchen class time for your consideration: Il Corvo announces it will host a pasta-prep session on May 28, the first in what’s to become a monthly shebang. From Mike Easton’s announcement:...
Thumbnail for - Market Watch: What to Do With A Duck Egg, According to Nancy Nipples
May 5, 2011
Cooking and Baking
Duck eggs. That’s what I woke up thinking about. I was thinking specifically about a phone conversation I had yesterday with Nancy Nipples the Milkmaid—that’s her legal name, though not the one...
Thumbnail for - A Flavor Punch in a Pinch
Apr 22, 2011
"…what’s shaking with Seattle’s Secret Stash sea salts."
Thumbnail for - Edible Gift Guide Idea #7: A New Cutting Board
Dec 6, 2010
The Nosh Pit Edible Gift Guide 2010
Category Friends and family ($30-$100)Best for Home cooks Not so long ago this Nosher was a forlorn chopper whose travails in the kitchen were only made worse by a warped, tomato-stained,...
Thumbnail for - Snow Day Cooking!
Nov 23, 2010
1. Crock up Artisanal may have packed up and left the Bravern building in Bellevue, but we’ll always have its amazing recipe for French onion soup—the world’s most perfect snow-day food. 2....
Thumbnail for - Chef Secrets: Eric Tanaka On Turkey
Nov 18, 2010
Eric Tanaka, a James Beard award winner and executive Chef at Tom Douglas Restaurants, is used to cooking at least two Thanksgiving feasts. A typical holiday for him involves making one meal for...
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