Food

The voodoo bug hits Oregon vintners

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. 

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Water fights

A proud son of Everett swings back at the latest insult, this one about how well Everett's bottled water lies on the exquisite stomachs of upmarket urban booksellers.

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The latest from news outlets and blogs around the Northwest and beyond, chosen by Crosscut editors.

Seattle's First James Beard Winner to Run Bookstore Bar and Cafe

Caprial Pence, the first James Beard Award winning chef out of Seattle, is moving back from Portland to run the Bookstore Bar and Cafe at the Alexis Hotel.

EATER SEATTLE

Legal in Seattle, anyway: An LA publication teaches how to cook with pot

A Los Angeles website is running a series about how to cook with marijuana -- using it as just another herb.

LOS ANGELES WEEKLY

Pioneer Square's Pizzeria Gabbiano: Run, don't walk

Bethany Clement writes, "My friend Ben made it to Pizzeria Gabbiano before I did, and words failed him when he was trying to describe it; his eyes just rolled back in his head, and he emitted a guttural moan. Later, he texted expletives about it."

THE STRANGER
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