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Highly skilled immigrants have helped to create a following for Inchin's Bamboo Garden, a restaurant whose style of cooking relates to what people remember from Chinese restaurants in India.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
So, you need more sick leave if you work for a larger company? Huh? And why would the city Office of Civil Rights suddenly be put in charge of enforcing a business regulation?READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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The Japanese American community turned Bainbridge into a strawberry paradise, creating the first strawberry fields in the region. Here's their story and the sad ending caused by the internment camps of World War II.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Michael Mina, a "homegrown" boy known for his high-end restaurant in San Francisco, is back in Seattle with a new wine-focused restaurant at Fourth and Pike downtown.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
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Redmond's own southern belle of a chef, Lisa Dupar, hits the market with a self-published cookbook, "Fried Chicken and Champagne," and picks up an award in the process, beating out more established authors.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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Washington and Oregon scientists have been closely monitoring strains of E. coli since the deadly Jack in the Box outbreak here in 1993. The experts now wonder: Is Europe dealing with a deadly new version of the bug?READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
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5 dead, 1 ill in WA; caramel apples to blame?
A sweet treat has turned potentially deadly for dozens of people in multiple states.
A look inside Pioneer Square's new Good Bar
The beautifully designed Good Bar opens on Main st.
Thanksgiving has the worst food of any holiday
Slate writer would take any other holiday food over Thanksgiving. Do you agree?
Eating out on Thanksgiving? Here's where to book
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Delivery beer in Seattle
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