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Decades in coming, plans are finally unveiled for the city's new Center for Wine Culture and Tourism, destined to be a huge new riverfront draw.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The city would do better to promote the idea of paid sick leave for all workers. That would be a lot closer to real leadership.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Seattle cookbook author Becky Selengut teaches us valuable lessons about seafood while dishing out well-organized recipes in her new release, the elegant 'Good Fish.'READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Eating on the Edge: Eltana cafe on Capitol Hill has the perfect formula and new evening hours. Just don't mention Montreal while you're there.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
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Eating on the Edge: At B Bop Fusion Rice Bar in Lynnwood, the bibimbap is good enough to turn the versatile specialty into Korean cuisine's breakout dish.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
A new study finds large numbers of people worry about how to feed their families, not just in poor rural areas but even in a relatively prosperous spot like King County.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Eating on the Edge: The fast-food chain Jollibee, ubiquitous in much of Asia, has stores in only five U.S. states, and nowhere else in the western world. So to see what's behind the success of this Filipino favorite (one hint: fried chicken), head to the mall at Southcenter.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Take your pick from tomes about the rising popularity of Italian cooking, the virtues of 'eating in,' or the transformation of a Capitol Hill restaurateur into a rural farmer and cheesemaker.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Eating on the Edge: Seattle restaurant owners looking for new ideas are takin' it to the streets.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
Plus, a commendation for FareStart, and a tip: For good dining, be choosy about all those coupons!READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
Eating on the Edge: Gourmet Dog Japon lifts the American frank-on-a-bun to new and tasty heights. How about adding some pickled ginger, fish flakes, seaweed, or wasabi to your grilled onions?READ MORE COMMENT NOW
What is "authentic" in ethnic and regional cooking? Spiced, a restaurant near Crossroads, certainly qualifies as having "truly Chinese cuisine."READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
Diversity extends to restaurant choices in Southeast Seattle.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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Sriracha factory stench is a public disturbance
Complaints by the Iwindale community around Huy Fong Foods, say the odor "burns their eyes and throats."
A slew of weekend-only Seattle pop-up bakeries
Rebekah Denn rounds up a trio of pop-up pastry shops to sweeten up your weekend.
Washington's wine grape harvest sets new record
Consumer demand for Cabernet Sauvignon, "King Cab," is driving the growth.
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