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Seahawks Game Day Recipe: Feed Your 12th Man BACON Bread

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Leslie Kelly
bacon bread recipe

Are you ready to paint your face Seahawks blue and then stuff it with game day goodies?

Yeah, sure, you could go out and hit the bar to watch the home team play the Atlanta Falcons, but the fleet-footed Russell Wilson and his crew are going to be up and at 'em Sunday MORNING (game starts at 10:00 a.m. PT), so how about a DIY brunch viewing party instead? Let’s call it a pre-funk, over easy. Or sofa-gating. Read more »

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Break Your Juice Fast at Blue Moon Burgers

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Leslie Kelly
Blue Moon Burger specials

Kelly Cline is making it pretty near impossible to stick to that New Year’s juice fast resolution. She’s the clever creator of Blue Moon Burger’s monthly specials and for January, she’s cooked up a sandwich that evokes crunchy, corny childhood memories. Especially if you spent some formative years shoveling Frito Pie into your gaping maw!

What? You’ve never heard of Frito Pie? Well, it’s kind of like poor man’s nachos, with chili and cheese plopped on top of a bag of those chips. Read more »

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New E-Book Reflects on the Good Life at Quillisascut Farm

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Leslie Kelly
Quillisascut Farm e-book

Winter on a farm isn't exactly chill. There are still chores, animals to tend, seed catalogs to be pored over. Read more »

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UPDATED: Procrastinator's Guide To New Year's Eve Celebrations

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Leslie Kelly
best holiday restaurants date night
You work too hard. Treat yourself to a night out on the town this holiday season.

What are you doing New Year's Eve? Still don't know? Read more »

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Agrodolce Now Open; Try The Pasta!

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Leslie Kelly
Seattle chef Maria Hines, photographed in Sicily last month

I woke up hungry at 5:34 this morning, but instead of being annoyed by the Dark O’Clock beginning of my day, I replayed the sweet, sweet dream that stirred me from slumber. There was a pile of perfectly lovely pasta on my brain.

Since supping at a hosted, soft opening dinner earlier this week at Maria Hines’ brand new Agrodolce in Fremont, I had been thinking about the hand cut tagliarini. Read more »

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