A Raisin in the Sun, a winning submission at the Seattle Edible Book Festival. Photo courtesy Seattle Edible Book Festival.

Fremont is the newest neighborhood on Parfait’s home delivery circuit, says Fremont Universe. Customers can submit orders for the Fleur de Sel Caramel, Milk Chocolate Chai, and other ice cream flavors through the Parfait website.

Chef Michael Mina shared plans about RN74 Seattle, an offshoot of San Francisco’s wine bar and restaurant of the same name, that he’s opening in the Joshua Building on Fourth and Pike.

Bike-riding pie delivery guy Max Kraushaar of Piecycle is setting up at the Cakespy shop on Sunday, April 3 from noon to 3pm, reports the Stranger.

American Pie (store, not movie) has opened on 5631 Airport Way S, according to the Cakespy blog. The store offers sweet and savory pies, plus Spanish cookies and empanadas.

Wanna Noodle is the new tenant at 12 Mercer, the former home of Taco Del Mar. Like its former resident, Wanna aims for fast and casual food, with most orders costing less than $10. Wanna is training staff in the next two weeks and plans to have a quiet opening in the second week of April, says general manager Jimmy Wanichsuksombat.

Wallyhood Food Swap takes place on April 16, followed by an optional potluck. Participants can bring any homemade or homegrown items to trade. Click here to RSVP to Wallyhood Food Swap.

Books get the tasty treatment at the Edible Book Festival, taking place on April 2 at the Good Shepherd Center from noon to 3. Participants will showcase edible art related to books and literary characters; entries will be eaten at 2.

As part of Plate of Nations, a two-week event to promote the international cuisine in Rainier Valley, participating eateries along MLK Jr. Way South will offer $15 and $25 group menus through April 9, reports All You Can Eat.

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