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A Food Lover’s Foray to Bellingham

Situated between the culinarily sophisticated cities of Seattle and Vancouver/Richmond, is there good food to be found in Bellingham? Here are my finds.
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A Great-Tasting Overnight Getaway to Olympia

An hour's drive a world apart from Seattle, here are my suggestions of inexpensive eateries (everything under $10) and activities to consider in Olympia.
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Semiahmoo Offers Surprisingly Delicious Food in Spitting Distance from Canada

Chili-lemongrass spot prawns shined with Asian flavors, earthy ingredients added pizzazz to silky pappardelle pasta, and a duck breast dish wowed with a bold brodo.
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Supper by Steven Snook, the New Chef at Salish Lodge

Snook brings his English accent and sensibility to the kitchen. Most impressive: his sense of restraint, particularly with salmon.
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Quick Bites: Pullman, WA

What could I reasonably expect from Pullman, other than hope that my quest for Cougar Gold would somehow pay off? Here's how Birch & Barley and South Fork Public House fared.
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Dining Is Slightly Off the Mark in Walla Walla Wine Country

My Facebook feed is constantly full of Seattle friends visiting Walla Walla. I hear a lot about the incredible wine, but the restaurant reporter in me wants to know: What about the food?
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Back to Bainbridge: Restaurant Reality Check, a New Museum, and More

A return visit to Bainbridge leads to an Italian food discovery and a chance to fall in love with a restaurant for a second time.
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Beyond Seattle: Fall 2013’s Array of Restaurants

Fall travel was a little slower than usual, but here are some restaurants I hit from Vermont to Florida to Louisiana to Tacoma (and from big fried fish to Big Gay Ice Cream).
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A Narrow Miss of the Mark at Marrow in Tacoma

The “marrow” part of the menu flashed some tempting dishes: alligator chowder, Cajun-grilled frog legs, and, yes, roasted bone marrow. But then something on the chalkboard of specials caught my eye.
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A Food Lover’s Guide to a Bainbridge Ferry Ride

There are a number of old-school spots in Winslow that will suit those with more conventional palates. But if you’re willing to throw caution to the culinary winds, you’ll want to try an interesting restaurant that’s getting national acclaim for its innovative food.
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