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La Cocina Oaxaqueña Serves Up Great Mole Negro

Misael Dominguez's delicious mole is not to be missed

Good mole is cloaked in secrecy. This is especially true of mole negro, the chocolatey, rich Oaxacan sauce that gets…

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Washington Wines to Uncork This Spring

Paul Zitarelli recommends the best wines for springtime

Every American city experiences its own transition into spring, but have you noticed that Seattle’s springtime shift feels accelerated somehow?…

Paul Zitarelli

Q&A with Local Author Sanae Ishida

In her new book, Sewing Happiness, Ishida learns to sew her own clothes

Seattle children’s book author, illustrator and mother Sanae Ishida decided to add one more thing to her harmonious plate: sewing….

Haley Durslag

Chef Jerry Corso Gets Cooking with Soffritto

The secret to Jerry Corso’s not-so-secret ingredient at Bar del Corso

With both Italian ancestry and a lifelong career in cooking Italian food, chef/owner Jerry Corso of Bar del Corso (3057…

Amy Pennington

Spring Gear Guide: Bikes, Boards and SUPs to Buy Now

Local shops share their top picks for gear to get you outdoors this spring

Surf’s Up Robin Ogaard, Urban Surf Fremont, 2100 N Northlake Way; 206.545.9463 A stand-up paddleboard (or SUP) is the absolutely…

Hilary Meyerson

Where to Drink Chinese Baijiu in Seattle

A baijiu cocktail brings this lesser-known liquor into the Seattle spotlight

The Cocktail: Jade Pagoda  Chinese baijiu (pronounced “bye-joe”) is the best-selling liquor in the world, but it was nearly impossible…

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