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Why You Should Pay $22 for a Can of Fish

Everything old is new again as canning, smoking and pickling seafood make a culinary comeback.

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Book Excerpt: Jess Thomson’s ‘A Year Right Here’

Seattle author and food writer (and frequent Seattle magazine contributor) Jess Thomson explores the Northwest in her new book of essays, 'A Year Right Here: Adventures with Food and Family'

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Pink Scallops Return to Seattle Menus

After disappearing from the market for years, a special kind of seafood makes a triumphant comeback

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Food We Love: Bar Harbor

The Connecticut-style lobster roll at Bar Harbor in South Lake Union

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White Swan Public House and 100 Pound Clam: Seafood With Views, Too

Inventive waterfront seafood dining, courtesy of the folks from Matt's in the Market

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Eat Crayfish, Drink Aquavit, and Support a Good Cause This Friday

The Old Ballard Liquor Co. and Tumble Swede host summer crayfish party

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East Anchor Seafood Market and Oyster Bar Offers A Fresh Catch

Shopping at an envy-inducing neighborhood market

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Sansei Serves up Hawaiian Fare with Mellow Island Vibes

New downtown sushi bar offers Japanese-inspired Pacific Rim fare with fresh local seafood

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Where to Get the Best Clam Chowder in Seattle

Clam chowder, particularly outside its native New England, can be easily overlooked—too thick, too chewy, too frequently relegated to a bread bowl. But done right, it is the stuff of legend. At Duke’s Chowder House, it’s precisely that—a family recipe (using a bacon roux and unique combination of herbs) on which a local empire with…