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Biodynamic winemaking, long established in Burgundy, has made the leap to Oregon, bringing with it ancient agricultural practices. Katherine Cole's new book, Voodoo Vintners, explores a world of grapes grown with the help of moon cycles, manure-packed cow horns, and lactating bovines.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
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Martha Stewart grosses out the internet
Domestic diva tweets disgusting-looking food, then defends herself. A picture says a thousand words?
Which U.S. states are being hit hardest by food stamp cuts?
Oregon, New Mexico and Mississippi are the U.S. states that rely most on food stamps.
Seattle Times' Top 13 Restaurants of 2013
Restaurant critic Providence Cicero picks her 2013 faves.
Meet 7 newcomers to Seattle's culinary scene
These up-and-coming "tastemakers" are trailblazing in a delicious direction.
Charlie Trotter, famed Chicago chef, found dead
Considered one of the world's finest chefs, Charlie Trotter died in his home this morning at the age of 54.
Behold, the world's largest chicken nugget
Empire Kosher Poultry has created a chicken nugget weighing 51.1 pounds and measuring 3.25 feet long and two feet wide. Guinness World Records has validated it, which means it must be true: this nugget is the largest in the world.
Digital menus: Coming to a restaurant near you
Restaurants have begun handing out tablets in place of the paper menus that have been around since the dawn of the restaurant industry. The benefits? They're easy to update when the seabass-with-polenta runs out for the evening, and they can hold an unlimited number of menu items. On the other hand, they're expensive and easily stolen.
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