Made with milk from Kurt Timmermeister's Jersey cows, this stuff is simply sublime.
From pizza to porchetta and fried gizzards to vegan sweets, here are 10 Seattle-area restaurants I've yet to discuss.
The sandwich is slightly crackly on the outside, and yet soft and yielding on the inside, with enough integrity to hold together pretty well. It’s a warm creation that adds to the summertime fun of eating ice cream—and might make “creams” even more appealing in the winter.
From the huge housemade doughnuts to mincemeat pie, there are a variety of intriguing sweets at Miller's Guild. But if you can only get one, make it the Whiskey Date Cake.
Pike Place Market is a working market for locals as well as a central attraction for tourists and business travelers alike. There are plenty of places to satisfy your sweet tooth, but here's where we recommend you start.
Chef Brendan McGill always maps out an adventurous meal, and that includes dessert. He offered up both Sweet Potato and Yam Terrine and a Sticky Toffee Pudding with a twist.
Parfait serves up some of the best ice cream in Seattle. We checked out their brick and mortar location and also gave the patisserie items a try.
When Skillet Diner announced its newest outlet in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, I had a hunch they’d make a nod toward the Scandinavian heritage of the community. Swedish meatballs, herring, and even lutefisk came to mind, but the release of the menu revealed something…
As a non-Asian who’s slowly come to appreciate many, but not yet all, Asian sweets, I’ve often wondered what makes them less appealing to Westerners. What better way to figure it out than to sample a good swath of sweets from Seattle’s International District?
A soba restaurant isn’t a place you’d ordinarily consider special for sweets, but you shouldn’t consider Miyabi 45th an ordinary restaurant. Chef Mutsuko Soma makes soba noodles from scratch using buckwheat from Washington state, then uses them in a wide variety of cold and hot…
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