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Tulalip Casino Resort: The #1 place for fun?

Have you heard the ad war between Tulalip Casino Resort and the just-opening Snoqualmie Casino? Snoqualmie sure faces a challenge to be number one, as there’s lots of fun at Tulalip. Take, for example, Tulalip’s luxury hotel. There are 370 guestrooms and suites; I got…
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Momofuku Ssam Bar Saves the Day (and the Trip)

Finally time to report back on my one good meal during my family trip to the New York City area: lunch at Momofuku Ssam Bar. After most of my family left town, and now with a little more culinary control, I suggested to my brother…
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Made in Kitchen, Eaten in Dining Room

In the past month, I’ve been lucky enough to eat at such places as Rover’s, The Herbfarm, Inn at Langley, and Crush. As much as I enjoy these fine dining experiences, I’m not pretentious; I can be just as happy, if not more, at a…
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Dishin’: A Big Pay-Off at Tulalip Bay

Admittedly, we were skeptical. We thought about turning back. In fact, we felt almost forced to turn back by the smoke in the casino. “Isn’t that where the outlet mall is?” we wondered, when Tulalip Bay invited us in for dinner. Not exactly our crowd.…
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Dishin’: Noshin’ at Nishino

Still in the fish club of sorts, we snuck into Nishino at the very end of the November 25 for $25 promotion. This was a big step for Seattlest. Lucky of late to make frequent trips to Japan, we’ve been hesitant to spend our hard-earned…
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Joule’s Doubly Delicious Chicken Liver Mousse Popsicle

How much do I love Joule? I don’t dare try to count the ways. At some point, I’ll write more about the regular menu, which is divided into interesting categories: Tossed (cold salad/sides), Simmered (soup, including a spicy beef soup I adore), Crisped (hot sides),…
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Dishin': Passing through Chinoise

We don’t like dining in Queen Anne. We love the neighborhood, but for eating, it’s just not gritty enough. Such was our experience at Chinoise Cafe. According to their website, chinoise means Asian-like, and is French for feminine. But we think of the kitchen tool,…
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