Quarantine Cuisine

A Very Spring Asparagus Dish to Cook Now

Asparagus, anchovies, poached eggs, some edible flowers. Get to it.

05/22/2020 By Stefan Milne

Quarantine Cuisine

Forget Focaccia—Make Flatbreads

It is the easiest way to constantly have very fresh bread in your house.

05/15/2020 By Stefan Milne

Quarantine Cuisine

How to Make That Mushroom Toast You Loved in Restaurants

Mushrooms with cream over toast has been a sort of Seattle staple.

05/07/2020 By Stefan Milne

Quarantine Cuisine

It Is Time to Start Pickling and Fermenting

Pickling is easy as hell and a good way to preserve vegetables between infrequent shopping trips.

05/01/2020 By Stefan Milne

Yeast Mode

Is Now the Time to Brew Your Own Kombucha?

With just a little coaxing, the tart drink basically makes itself.

04/23/2020 By Sam Luikens

Quarantine Cuisine

Tricks to Make Storage Vegetables Taste Good

Beets, cabbage, carrots, daikon—cooked right they can go stem-to-stem with delicate spring greens.

04/17/2020 By Stefan Milne

Quarantine Cuisine

Things I Learned Cooking Restaurant Staff Meals

Cooking family meals for a restaurant staff is a course in culinary MacGyvering.

04/10/2020 By Stefan Milne

Quarantine Cuisine

How to Revive Your Takeout Leftovers

Old fries, curry, a burger—they can be saved. Just step away from the microwave.

04/03/2020 By Stefan Milne

Quarantine Cuisine

How to Go Beyond Steamed Rice

If you're to be stuck at home with a lot of one ingredient, there is none more profoundly versatile.

03/30/2020 By Stefan Milne

Quarantine Cuisine

3 Very Easy Recipes for Non-Cooks

Mushrooms over rice, a roasted carrot salad, upgraded toast—you can do it.

03/20/2020 By Stefan Milne

Legume Love

Here’s What to Make with All the Beans You Bought, Seattle

Because there's only so much chili you can eat.

03/10/2020 By Stefan Milne

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

Blog to Blog

Seattle Food Blog Chain: Jessie Oleson

Cakespy is all about the joy of sweets…and unicorns.

07/20/2011 By Allyson Marrs

Blog to Blog

Seattle Food Blog Chain: Scott Heimendinger

A geeky cook, a gifted photographer, a man who prefers to write in the nude—that’s Seattlefoodgeek.com, the next link in the food blog chain.

07/12/2011 By Allyson Marrs

Cooking and Entertaining

Fourth of July Recipes From Seattle Chefs

Eight pro dishes to help you please everyone at the picnic.

06/28/2011 By Jessica Voelker

Blog to Blog

Seattle Food Blog Chain: Becky Selengut

A something-for-everyone site dishing out tips and wit.

06/28/2011 By Allyson Marrs

Blog to Blog

Seattle Food Blog Chain: Marc Schermerhorn

A Seattle blog that serves up savory recipes and a hearty helping of sass.

06/20/2011 By Allyson Marrs

Blog to Blog

Seattle Food Blog Chain: Matthew Wright

An English expat blogs about photography, sausage-making, and the culinary jackpot that is our local seafood situation.

06/13/2011 By Allyson Marrs

Cooking 101

Chris Cooks: A Lesson in Chopping Onions

Watch this video and learn to stymie the sting of the irascible veggie.

08/24/2010 By Christopher Werner

Cooking 101

Chris Cooks

Lesson 1: Working with Wine

03/30/2010 By Christopher Werner