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A Pleasing Pig Roast Dinner at Bell + Whete

For some, the sight of a pig head on a street corner causes trepidation. For me, it creates salivation. My salivation soon turned to satisfaction.
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New “Taste” Menu at Crush Showcases Ingredients

In a bit of a bold move by James Beard Award-winning chef Jason Wilson, Crush now serves $17 "Tastes" based on interesting ingredient profiles.
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Get the Pork Chop and Explore the “Co.” at Porkchop & Co.

The namesake, Flintstones-like “Porkchop" is pretty irresistible. But from breakfast to dinner, there's much more to explore at Porkchop & Co.
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Seattle, Here’s Some Meat and Bread

The Seattle food community was quite abuzz last week with the announcement that Vancouver’s Meat & Bread is opening shop in Capitol Hill. It's got me thinking about some recent meat on bread meals I’ve had around town lately.
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Brunch Brings Big Flavors at Miller’s Guild

Miller's Guild is a fine choice for brunch any day of the week. But the fun really starts when the Infierno fires up at 11am, offering animal items with big, bold flavors.
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Butchering Beasts and Firing Up the Grill at Miller’s Guild in Seattle

Affectionately called "the Hearth," Miller's Guild's custom-made Infierno puts out a lot of heat, producing delicious portions of beef, rack of lamb, pork loin, prawns, smoked quail, and more.
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7 Places to Find Great Fried Chicken in Seattle

From Southern-style gizzards to crackly Japanese karaage, Seattle is a fried chicken lover's paradise. Here are seven of my favorite spots to satisfy your craving.
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Taking a First Bite at Snack/Bar

“Many of us grew up on crappy food, but with fond memories of it. So why not make a better version?” So says Forrest Brunton, when asked his vision of Snack/Bar’s mission. From Haute Pockets to Pudding Pops, here's a look.
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Wings a Winner at Ezell’s Express and Sport Restaurant

While chicken wings were considered a throw-away food until fairly recently, they’ve long been a prized part of my dining repertoire. Buffalo chicken wings were a big deal during my college days in upstate New York, and I’d always ask for spicier than what a…
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W Seattle Helps Art Institute Students Trace a Path to Success

Left to right: Tom Limberg (W Seattle General Manager), Tiffany Derry, Ernesto Fuentes (scholarship winner), Scott Carnz (AIS Dean of Academic Affairs), Sergio Santillanes (scholarship winner), Elden Monday (AIS President) A unique culinary collaboration between Trace restaurant at W Seattle and The International Culinary School…
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