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A bunch of birthday bashes, a pet-friendly farmers market, and an ice cream cookbook for paleo people.

By Danielle Zorn September 19, 2012

Paleo ice cream: It's possible. Photo via

For all the modern day cavemen out there, behold 19-year-old Ballard resident Ben Hirshberg’s new Paleo Ice Cream: Thirty One Healthy Recipes for the Primal Sweet Tooth, available for download for $5.

September 16 marked the one-year anniversary of The Coterie Room, and chefs Brian McCracken and Dana Tough sought suggestions on how to fete the occasion. The winning idea came courtesy Sarah Lawson, whose paper-themed menu won over judges Thierry Rautureau, winemaker Brennan Leighton, and Bill Whitbeck (aka Oyster Bill).

Belltown Pub is busting out the ice luge for a second-birthday bash on September 22. Owners Edwin Arceo, Dave Tolan, and Zach Nethercutt plan to go all out with party favors (first 50 guests get a t-shirt) and freebies, including fries and ice cream (smothered in Guinness sauce, no less) from 6 to 7. 

Helen Noh of Cake Envy (whose handiwork is front and center on Seattle Met Bride & Groom) hosts a one-year anniversary party September 29. Swing by for a chance to win a $500 custom wedding cake. 

Bring furry friends to the Happy Paws Market, a farmers market specifically for dogs and cats, this Thursday, September 20 from 2–6. All The Best Pet Care will provide free ice cream treats from Nature’s Variety and other samples. 

Suncadia Lodge chef Alex Paguaga is repping the Emerald City in the National Lamb Jam Masters competition. Vote for his sumac masala-rubbed lamb shoulder before September 26 to help him take the peoples' choice award on September 30. Want to see Paguaga and other lamb masters in action? You'll have to wait until October 10

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