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Something Fishy

The state department of ecology announced this past summer that our local waters are unusually contaminated with toxins—and may affect prized freshwater creatures. Dave McBride from the Washington State Department of Health dishes on the fish to avoid.

09/15/2010 By Alexandra Notman

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Makeover on Melrose

What Matt Dillon, of the Corson Building and Melrose Market’s Sitka and Spruce, learned on the way to the table.

09/15/2010 By Kathryn Robinson

Introducing

A Match Made in Ballard

With their new restaurants, Staple and Fancy Mercantile and The Walrus and the Carpenter, Ethan Stowell and Renee Erickson aren’t collaborating so much as symbiotically thriving in the historic Kolstrand building on Ballard Avenue.

09/14/2010 By Kathryn Robinson

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100 Best Washington Wines

Washington wines keep getting better and better, and here are the best of the best, as selected by expert Sean P. Sullivan.

08/18/2010 By Sean P. Sullivan

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Great Scott

Scott Carsberg is keeping it eel in a casual makeover of Lampreia: Belltown restaurant Bisato.

08/18/2010 By Kathryn Robinson

Food News Roundup

NuCulinary Takes a Time Out, Where Ya At Matt Hits the Streets, Spring Hill’s Fried Chicken: Now Nationally Known

Here’s your heaping plate of Seattle food news for the week of August 2.

08/06/2010 By Christopher Werner

Food Lovers' Guide

Food Lovers’ Guide

Fascinated by the Seattle food world? Welcome to a feast of sumptuous edibles and rising culinary stars.

07/21/2010 With Jess Thomson, James Ross Gardner, Christopher Werner, Judy Naegeli, and Caitlin King By Jessica Voelker

Food Lovers' Guide

Fresh Faces!

The people we find most fascinating in the Seattle food scene right now.

07/20/2010 By Jess Thomson, James Ross Gardner, Jessica Voelker, and Christopher Werner

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Neighborhood Hot Spot: Proletariat Pizza

White Center’s Proletariat Pizza.

07/19/2010 By Kathryn Robinson

Food Lovers' Guide

Seattle Food Events

Five kick-yourself-if-you-miss-it awesomefests: Burning Beast, New Guard Dinner Series, Outstanding in the Field, Queen Anne Farmers Market, and Walrus and the Carpenter Oyster Picnic.

07/19/2010 By Jessica Voelker

Food Lovers' Guide

We’ve Got It Covered

Ten food trends; Skillet bacon jam, Secret Stash Sea Salts, veggies from Tiny’s Organic and Full Circle Farms— that Seattle is dishing out with great success.

07/19/2010 By Jessica Voelker

Food Lovers' Guide

Shopping List

Our favorite new culinary destinations around town: Claudio Corallo, Paris Grocery, Fumie’s Gold, Georgetown Farmers Market, Kings BBQ House, Melrose Market, Picnic, Savour, and Street Treats.

07/19/2010 By Jessica Voelker

Food News Roundup

Mike McConell’s Expanding Empire, New Dinner Series at Emmer and Rye, Theo Chocolate: Now Even More Fair

Here’s your heaping plate of Seattle food news for the week of July 19.

07/16/2010 By Jessica Voelker

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Luc’s Place

Thierry Rautureau’s new Madison Valley restaurant Luc puts hospitality and great food at the top of the menu.

07/14/2010 By Kathryn Robinson

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Breakfast = Beaucoup Bucks

A research firm finds morning meals keep restaurants afloat.

06/22/2010 By Christopher Werner

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Gourmet is Back?

The greatest food magazine of all time will enjoy a second life on the iPad.

06/22/2010 By Jessica Voelker

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Greens Gone Wild

At tiny Nettletown, the veggies are foraged and the flavors come from all over the map. Christina Choi, owner and chef of this Eastlake restaurant, specializes in lunch and brunch menus that bow down to wild Northwest edibles, as well as sandwiches and e

06/16/2010 By Kathryn Robinson

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Main Man

Mario Batali joins Tom Douglas for an onstage interview at the Palace Ballroom. The celebrity chef is currently pushing his ninth cookbook, a vegetable-centric tome called Molto Gusto.

06/15/2010 By Jessica Voelker

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100 Reasons to Love Seattle

Call us biased, but it’s as easy to dig up reasons to love this city as it is to score gourmet grub on our streets. (Hey, there’s a reason right there…) In fact, we found so many—from our flair for flash mobbery to our kid-friendly

06/14/2010 By Kathryn Robinson, Matthew Halverson, James Ross Gardner, Eric Scigliano, Laura Cassidy, Jessica Voelker, Christopher Werner, Laura Dannen, Tiffany Wan, Judy Naegeli, and Caitlin King

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Farm Your Backyard

It’s a little known fact that almost everything you plant in April can also be planted as late as July. With a few quick preparations, you can be on your way to backyard bounty by early fall. Amy Pennington, owner of Go Go Green Garden, and Colin McCrate

06/14/2010 By Judy Naegeli