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Cheese 101 – Caring for Cheese by Calf & Kid

Cheese 101 – Caring for Cheese by Calf & Kid

CHEESE 101 Reprinted with permission from Calf & Kid, Seattle WA Storing Cheese Cheese is alive, and like all living things, it needs to breathe. Fresh cheeses should be eaten within a few days after purchase, while aged cheeses may store well several days when properly […]

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SEATTLE: Big Time Brewery and Alehouse

A guest blog post by Bill Fishburn. You can follow Bill on Twitter @rwfishbu1. This month my feature is Seattle’€™s Big Time Brewery and Alehouse. I’m going to review their award-winning Coal Creek Porter, while sharing some great details provided by head brewer, Drew Cluley. The […]

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Pike Place Brewing: Pike Monk’s Uncle

Hello fellow PNWers! Well it has been awhile, I apologize for my lack of presence here, and the sharing of my thoughts on the wonderful God given liquid… Read More »

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KING COUNTY: Zeek’s Pizza

KING COUNTY: Zeek’s Pizza

Zeek’s Pizza Pizza. It is one of those food items that remind me of our opinions of cookies. Many people are passionate about what their favorite kinds are… Read More »

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SEATTLE/MAGNOLIA: Serendipity on Magnolia provides peace and LOTS of comfort

SEATTLE/MAGNOLIA: Serendipity on Magnolia provides peace and LOTS of comfort

Found online, and then confirmed with a local minister believe it or not, Serendipity in the “village” on Magnolia hill is simply perfect.  A great breakfast/brunch menu as well as a simple and totally delicious lunch menu, this is a perfect neighborhood cafe up in […]

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SEATTLE/WALLINGFORD: Blue Star Cafe

A guest blog post by Bill Fishburn. You can follow Bill on Twitter @rwfishbu1. I am giving the Blue Star Cafe five stars for just their beer selection. My wife and I ate there our first and only time when we used it as a waiting […]

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SEATTLE/BELLEVUE: Henry’s Taiwan Plus – Guest Post by Tiffany Ran

SEATTLE/BELLEVUE: Henry’s Taiwan Plus – Guest Post by Tiffany Ran

Guest post by  Tiffany Ran, the Foodbeat Ethnic Food Contributor, and writes for various publications in Seattle.  It wasn’t the most graceful moment. I slurped my bowl of noodles, my forehead beaded with sweat, nose running, and in pure delight over my savory facial. Knife Cut […]

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Featured Restaurant: Little Uncle, Thai pop up now a grab-n-go space in Capitol Hill

Featured Restaurant: Little Uncle, Thai pop up now a grab-n-go space in Capitol Hill

When at home, Poncharee Kounpungchart missed the rice cakes, the smell of it on the streets of Thailand, where an old man would sell it from his cart. She used to bring her aunt’s famous curry paste back to the states. But when Kounpungchart and […]

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SEATTLE/BALLARD – Bastille

SEATTLE/BALLARD – Bastille

Having two kids means you grab your romantic dinners if and where you can. When my parents offered to watch the kids so we could take in the final Harry Potter movie, I squeezed them a little further and managed to cram in a post-movie […]

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Big Al’s Brewing: Royal Brougham Bitter

Hey readers, I’m back with a review of Big Al’s Brougham Bitter, a perennial favorite of Emerald City Supporters (ECS), the “largest soccer [football] supporters club in Seattle”. If you need a reminder about who I am and a rehash of review intentions, you can […]

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