Hama Hama Oysters and Taylor Shellfish make one hot duo for a pairing extravaganza.
Seattle is a hotbed of oyster activity. I could probably pen a weekly column dedicated to the beautiful bivalves, but since they are amongst the sexiest of all sexy foods, for now news of them resides here. This week there is a lot to tell. I had the great fortune to attend an oyster and wine tasting that featured oysters from Hama Hama Oyster Company as well as Taylor Shellfish.
Escape the April showers and head to Zihuatanejo for a sunny culinary experience.
The 2012 travel climate in Mexico is different than in years past. A combination of the depressed economy and media hype over the supposed dangers of traveling south of the border mean that the usually-thriving Mexican tourism industry is experiencing a lull. What this translates to for you, my little Seattle songbird, is mucho savings in the sand and sun.
Bringing Seattleites a decade of great tasting good-for-you treats.
Over the course of the last 10 years, celiac disease (allergy to wheat) and all its variants have become extremely pervasive in our society. One of the pioneers of that trend, Kaili McIntyre, is celebrating a decade in business with her popular gluten-free bakery, Wheatless in Seattle.
Get lucky at Edgewater Hotel’s Six Seven Restaurant.
Valentine’s Day is largely a game of chance. If you play your cards right, the end result could be very pleasurable for you and your eager lover, but you have to know how to work that hand.
Juicy details on the new and improved eatery formally known as Spring Hill.
This week the social media universe erupted with the news that beloved West Seattle restaurant Spring Hill will change its name to Ma’ono and its menu focus to fried chicken. This is welcomed news, indeed, for the denizens who often failed to score coveted reservations to their famed Monday night fried chicken dinners of late.
Fine dining and imbibing in the City of Angels.
It’s freezing in Seattle! There is nothing sexy about that. Well, unless you don’t wear a bra and like to sport the “turkey’s done” look for your admiring co-workers all day, but that aside…
A La Bonne Franquette puts an underdog Seattle neighborhood on the culinary map.
South of Leschi and north of Columbia City, the Mt. Baker neighborhood is an oft-ignored bleak patch in Seattle’s “Technicolor Dreamquilt” dining scene. Case in point: there is a pizza joint with pies that taste like they come from a mall and a thicket of toddlers underfoot so dense you feel like drunk Bigfoot bushwhacking through them to the register.
Guest Chef Night showcases some first-class flavor for a fundamentally good cause.
The New Year brings with it new contemplations on — and possibly resolutions for — how we live our lives. Whether you’ve resolved to hit the gym or hit the books, a little giving is always in order. It’s extra rewarding to give when there’s food involved, and that’s just what you get at FareStart.
These irresistible Seattleites made their mark in the year that was.
2011 was a good year for food in Seattle. We’ve seen a craft cocktail uprising, scads of new restaurants (much to the locavore’s delight) and a slew of culinary books. I’d like to highlight some sexy celebs of the Seattle food community, for their accomplishments, as well as their raw and often silly charm. Here they are, in no particular order:
Fine Food and Wine Cruises couple exotic destinations with first-class cuisine.
If you have trouble finding a suitable gift for your special someone that truly reflects the depth of your love, then look no further! Fine Food and Wine Cruises pair celebrity chefs with top wineries from around the country to create one of the most satisfying experiences a food lover could ever hope to have.