food events

Mostly, we use food holidays to justify cravings.

Spring has nearly sprung! And not a moment too soon; this winter has seemed interminable. And while that’s a great excuse to continue the cold weather binge of hot toddies and comfort food, we’re looking forward to those first glimpses of asparagus and rhubarb on spring’s seasonal menus.

The executive chef at Thompson Seattle hotel restaurant, Scout PNW, has long-standing appreciation for the taboo. Check out INKed, a one-night-only collaborative dinner on March 7 that combines his love of food and tattoos.

What’s better than birthday cake on your birthday? Birthday cake on someone else’s birthday, which covers an additional 364 days.

The new exhibit takes a hard look at how and why we eat the way we do.

Two chefs traded gang life for kitchen life—and now they’re coming to cook for you

It’s October, meaning you’re spending too much time eating snack-sized Snickers out of your coworker’s candy bowl. Put down the candy corn and join us for a few more enjoyable dining and drinking events this month:

!--paging_filter--pstrongThis weekend, the biggest and best Northwest food festival is taking place in Portland./strong Seventy food media and at least that many star chefs--from Philly, New York City, Charleston, Austin, LA and Seattle--are takin

The summer is winding down, but the food scene is heating up again with that new-season vigor. Here are a few upcoming events that will make the departure of the summer bounty not nearly as depressing.