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Thumbnail for - The 10 Seattle Pork Plates You Cannot Miss
Sep 25, 2014
Critic's Notebook
Unless you’re a vegan. (And maybe not even then.)
Thumbnail for - How to Name a Restaurant, Part II
Aug 25, 2014
Critic's Notebook
The second most popular Seattle restaurant naming convention. Brought to you by Porky, Piglet, and Babe.
Thumbnail for - Where to Eat and Drink This Solstice Weekend
Jun 18, 2014
A Midsummer Night's Drink
At least three pigs will give their lives this weekend in the name of solstitial revelry. Worth it.
Thumbnail for - No Cochon 555 for Seattle
Nov 17, 2011
Seattleites, like any gastro-centric people, love their pork, but next year they’ll have to do without the porcine equivalent of Christmas, Cochon 555. Cochon 555 is a cross-country event in...
Thumbnail for - Seattle Beer Week: Best of the Beer Dinners
May 20, 2011
Seattle Beer Week
We’ve been covering the drinking events over on Sauced, but our city’s restaurants are also playing host to a ton of beer-pairing dinners in honor of Seattle Beer Week—here are the five that...
Thumbnail for - Slideshow: Cochon 555
Feb 21, 2011
Get piggy with it
  Poor Lucas Anderson. The guy is a vegetarian, for crying out loud, and I assigned him to shoot the Seattle stop of Cochon 555, a 10-city event that tasks local chefs with creating dishes using...
Thumbnail for - Inside Tom Douglas’s Culinary Camp 2010
Jul 13, 2010
  Every year, Tom Douglas hosts a week-long culinary camp at the Palace Ballroom. The booze flows from 8:30am onwards. I arrived Monday morning to find the happy campers accessorizing their bloody...
Thumbnail for - Gabriel Claycamp Leaves the Swinery
Jul 2, 2010
Well, folks, never a dull day in Gabetown. Gabriel Claycamp, the former Culinary Communion chef, has left the second iteration of his butcher shop, the Swinery. Claycamp, who was backed by an...
Thumbnail for - Inner Sanctum of the Temple of Porcine Love
Jun 21, 2010
New in West Seattle
Inner Sanctum of the Temple of Porcine Love opened a couple of weeks ago as part of Gabe Claycamp’s and Heidi Kenyon’s all-natural butcher shop/charcuterie in West Seattle, The Swinery. Claycamp...
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Jul 8, 2009
In Seattle, we live in a permanent cloud of soggy gray chill, so naturally our sun-starved souls long for our favorite dishes in the coziest restaurants. We sampled macaroni and cheese, roast...