food events

When Seattleite Dana Cree was the pastry chef at Poppy, her desserts were the talk of the town.

You’re already lining up at Junebaby, filling the counter at Art of the Table and getting your dumpling fix at Din Tai Fung

Peek into any professional kitchen and it’s not uncommon to find a serious underrepresentation of female chefs and cooks. Women Chefs and Restaurateurs (WCR) wants to make sure those voices are heard at equal volume to their male counterparts

There’s nothing we love more than the start of food fest season… Here are three meat-centric events you should get tickets to now:

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