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A Few Tasty Dates For Your Culinary Calendar

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Leslie Kelly
Razor clam digging season opens today after 12 p.m.

Happy Razor Clam digging day! The season opens on Washington’s coast after noon on November 15 and continues through November 20, a short run that’s a fun tradition for many. Lazy me, I rely on the kindness of friends and family to give me raw material for fritters and chowder and don’t you think it’s high time some fancy chefs took that clam in some cool, creative direction that made them as exciting as kale? Read more »

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At Whiskey vs. Wine, Everybody Wins

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Leslie Kelly
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Woodinville Whiskey will be ready to taste at this year's Wine vs. Whiskey event

This week is jam-packed with tasty tasting possibilities, including the first-ever Seattle-centric BREW. It somehow seems fitting that the provocatively titled Wine vs. Whiskey should fall on Friday, covering all the booze bases. Read more »

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Sweet! BREW Seattle Menu Includes Pulled Pork Sliders, Stout Floats AND Trophy Cupcake

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Leslie Kelly
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Expect Trophy Cupcakes at BREW Seattle

Seattle Magazine’s inaugural BREW Seattle next Thursday in Pioneer Square is going to be an epic suds sip-a-thon, featuring 22 of the top Seattle-based breweries pouring more than 50 of their finest.

But what’s an ultimate tasting event without something to eat?

Local restaurants will offer savory and sweet snacks throughout the event, including a few bites not offered anywhere else. Read more »

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Andaluca Wins This Year's Lamb Jam

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Leslie Kelly

Andaluca took best of show honors at this year’s Lamb Jam, a meat-centric event celebrating the versatility of the other red meat.

Chef Sarah Lorenzen impressed judges--including me--with her Provencale-inspired sausage served on a socca, the tortilla-like pancake made from chickpea flour. Read more »

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Microsoft Cookbook Raises $175,000 For FareStart

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Leslie Kelly

You’ve got to love a book with a happy ending.

The award-winning Microsoft Cookbook has raised more than $175,000 for FareStart, the culinary career training and placement program for homeless and disadvantaged people. Read more »