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Thumbnail for - Here They Are: The Best Seattle-Area Restaurants and Bars for Holiday Merrymaking
Dec 10, 2012
Critic's Notebook
As chosen by you, the readers of 'Seattle Met.' And what fine taste you have!
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Dec 15, 2011
Holiday Gifts 2011
You know all those cliches about how the best gift is spending time with the people you love? Well, they’re all true…especially if you give someone one of these memorable food-centric events. Art...
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Dec 17, 2010
Recently, we posted a little pastry porn slideshow consisting of various buches de noel about town. We (and by we I mean I) forgot one. It’s made by Le Panier Very French Bakery, the (indeed...
Thumbnail for - Best of the Buches: Seattle Takes On Traditional Yule Log Cakes
Dec 13, 2010
Food Photo Tours
  The yule log has been around for much longer than Christmas. Our pagan ancestors burned a log at the winter solstice to signify the return of the sun. The ceremony became more elaborate once the...
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Dec 8, 2010
Chef Holiday Memories
It was Christmas in France and Maria Hines, owner/executive chef of Tilth, was homesick for her family. She was sharpening her skills in the world’s greatest culinary country, but she didn’t...
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Dec 2, 2010
Chef family food traditions
We’re asking local chefs about their holiday food traditions, starting with New Orleans native Matthew Lewis, owner of Where Ya At Matt food truck. When it comes to food in New Orleans, you’ve...