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Exclusive: Momofuku Spicy Pork Recipe

I can't wait to make this Momofuku Ssam's recipe from David Chang's amazing new Momofuku cookbook. We caught up with him last week and he promised us this recipe. Cook's tip: take the printed recipe to an Asian foods store, since this guy isn't shy about using ingredients you may not have sitting on your counter. But that's the magic.   Read more »

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Ventana's Ahi Watermelon satays

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Ahi watermelon Satay with soy sambal vinaigrette

Makes 16, one-bite skewers

16 pieces 1/2" cubed watermelon
16 pieces 1/2" cubed #1 grade ahi 
16 rounds of ice radish
16 small basil leaves

Soy sambal vinaigrette:

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Delancey announces Family Supper series

I suspect seats are selling fast to this Family Dinner event, so email delanceyseattle@gmail.com asap if to snag your spot--or at least get notification of the next Family Dinner event!

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Hello, friends –

We’re happy to announce Delancey’s first "Family Dinner," an intimate evening of good food, good drink, good company, and good cheer that we hope will become a regular event in our little dining room in Ballard.  Read more »

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Psycho at the Psymphony

The Seattle Symphony is getting their spooky on tonight (and Friday and Saturday nights too), when they'll play the score from Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho live while the film plays on the big screen. Apparently there's a way to remove the music but keep the dialogue in a film (who knew?), which is exactly what they've done. So you get the double benefit of experiencing a classic horror flick in large format while the soundtrack is played live before your very ears. So cool! Can't wait to hear those screeching violins in person.

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Restaurant News: Ventana Opens in Belltown

Belltown got a new restaurant ten days ago, with creative food and huge views of Elliott Bay and Belltown’s passing parade. It’s headed by former Qube chef Joseph Conrad (he also cooked at Charlie Trotter’s in Chicago and is the executive chef at Twist) and the bar is manned by Armin Moloudzadeh who made a name for himself at Bastille and Black Bottle.

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