The Scientific Methods of J. Kenji López-Alt

In and out of his Seattle home kitchen, The Food Lab author interrogates the chemistry of smash burgers and probes the elements of wok cooking.

02/24/2022 By Allecia Vermillion

Sandwich Specters

The (Ghostly) Arrival of David Chang's Fried Chicken Sandwich

The delivery-only ghost kitchen offers chicken tenders, fried chicken sandwiches, and waffle fries, starting September 28.

09/27/2021 By Allecia Vermillion

Quote Unquote

YouTube Chef Rosanna Pansino

The secret ingredient in the West Seattle High grad’s weekly YouTube baking show, Nerdy Nummies, is her enthusiasm for geeky pop culture.

07/01/2014 By Matthew Halverson

Weekly Planner

Nosh Pit Weekly Planner: June 11–17

This week: Whether you're into beer, wine, or spirits, we've got a boozy event for you.

06/10/2014 By Caroline Ferguson

The Other Washington

Holly Smith Faces Her Stiffest Critic Yet at the Great American Family Dinner Challenge

A boy from Ohio proves one picky eater at the glitzy Washington, DC, cook-off.

11/30/2011 By Christopher Werner

Street Eatin'

Does a TV Appearance Boost a Food Truck’s Business?

Not surprisingly, the answer is yes. But by how much?

11/10/2011 By Christopher Werner

Critic's Notebook

Michael Mina Thinks Seattle Diners Are…

You know you want to know what the bigshot San Francisco chef who made Seattle the site of his 19th restaurant, RN74, really thinks of us.

10/17/2011 By Kathryn Robinson

Seattle Restaurants in the News

Wall Street Journal says Willows Inn "On the Brink" of Becoming Next Big Restaurant

The Lummi Island up-and-comer gets points for daily foraging and ducks fed to the chef’s specifications.

10/06/2011 By Jessica Voelker

Seattle Chefs on the Tube

Don’t Forget That Seattle Chef Wayne Johnson Is Going to Be on Iron Chef This Weekend

Sunshine, smunshine. There’s television to watch.

07/29/2011 By Jessica Voelker

Chef Culture

As a Kid, Jason Franey of Canlis Ate a Lot of Cuban Sandwiches

A place named Little Havana was his go-to.

06/21/2011 By Christopher Werner


Inside RN74 Seattle

After months of building anticipation, celeb chef Michael Mina’s restaurant and wine bar is slated to open June 13.

06/10/2011 By Christopher Werner

140 Characters or fewer

Nosh Pit’s Top Food Tweets of the Week: James Beard Edition

José Andrés retweets too hard, props for Rachel Yang, and the best photo snapped at this year’s #JBFA.

05/13/2011 By Jessica Voelker


Chatting with Michael Mina About RN74 Seattle

The big-name restaurant from the big-deal chef will open on Fourth and Pike in June.

03/28/2011 By Christopher Werner


Keeping an Eye on Volunteer Park Cafe’s Mac-n-Cheese Sauce

Here’s your homegrown novelty condiment for 2011.

03/23/2011 By Christopher Werner

James Beard Awards

James Beard 2011 Finalists Announced

Here are Seattle’s culinary contenders.

03/21/2011 By Jessica Voelker

In the Media

The Wonders of Ovaltine, Per Lark’s Johnathan Sundstrom

He calls it "malted milk with terroir."

01/07/2011 By Christopher Werner


For Your Weekend Consideration: Revel in Fremont

The menu takes as inspiration Asian curb cuisine.

12/17/2010 By Christopher Werner


Why Do Restaurants—Even Good Restaurants—Serve Such Bad Coffee?

Microsoft’s Chris Young, co-author of Modernist Cuisine, explains why coffee service tends to suck.



High 5 Pie’s Dani Cone Is Coming Out With a Cookbook

Look for Cutie Pies in late spring/early summer of 2011.

12/06/2010 By Christopher Werner