Cooking

Book Excerpt: Vegetarian Chinese Soul Food

Hsiao-Ching Chou offers up an ode to vegetables in her second cookbook

Hsiao-Ching Chou’s second cook-book, ‘Vegetarian Chinese Soul Food,’ is a follow-up to her popular Chinese Soul Food and will hit…

Introduction by Rob Smith

Finding Comfort in Cookbooks

Two cookbook aficionados dish on their favorite books and recipes

Lara Hamilton (First), owns Book Larder. Susan Roxborough (Second) is the executive editor at Sasquatch Books.

Stefanie Ellis

This Book Should Be Your New Go-To Guide in the Kitchen

"How to Taste: The Curious Cook’s Handbook to Seasoning and Balance, from Umami to Acid and Beyond—with Recipes" by Becky Selengut hits shelves March 13.

This article appears in print in the March 2018 issue. Click here to subscribe. Like sight, smell and the other senses we…

Chelsea Lin

This Little Saigon Restaurant Nails Hard-to-Find Vietnamese Dishes

The owner of Huong Binh has raised a family—and a generation of Seattleites—on excellent food like bo la lot.

Betel leaf wraps the beef in the dish known as bo la lot.

Naomi Tomky

How to Shuck Oysters: Tips From a Taylor Shellfish Pro

Learn to prepare a classic Pacific Northwest food without butchering it—or yourself.

Taylor Shellfish’s Michaela Martin-McSweeney with the tools of her trade.

Danny Sullivan

Experience the Earthy Bliss of These Locally Harvested Mushrooms

Harvest the coral-like cauliflower mushroom to enjoy in braised dishes.

Western cauliflower mushroom with halibut and root vegetables.

Langdon Cook

This Eve Dish is an Ode to a Seattle Classic That Was Ahead of Its Time

Fremont’s bastion of clean eating, shares the secrets to its hot bowl.

Two years ago this month, Eve co-owners Debra Russell and Jill Buchanan created their restaurant’s famous hot bowl after a decade…

Callie Little

Rainbow-Colored Pasta Earns Washington Woman Internet Fame

Linda Miller Nicholson’s incredible pasta creations have earned her internet celebrity—and a new cookbook deal.

Social media star Linda Miller Nicholson makes the brightest meals around.

Chelsea Lin

Turn This Wild, Bitter Washington Fruit Into a Potluck Hit

Add some sugar to chokecherries and enjoy one of summer’s last gifts.

Look for chokecherries that are scarlet in color and pick them before the wildlife does

Langdon Cook

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