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Sugar Rush: Taiyaki and Ice Cream at Three F(x) Ice Cream & Waffles in Jacksonville, FL

Dessert and a show. That's what's on tap at a dessert destination with the quirky name of Three F(x) Ice Cream & Waffles in Jacksonville, Florida.
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Serious Eats: Porchetta di Testa at the Sybarite Pig in Boca Raton, FL

The new Sybarite Pig in Boca Raton looks like a craft beer joint upon entry, but as their slogan states, it's also a place for craft grub— specifically meat boards and sandwiches. Here's what caught my eye.
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Serious Eats: Swinery BLT at The Swinery in Seattle

The Swinery is a "Temple of Porcine Love" that actually sells a variety of sustainable meat sourced within 300 miles of the store, buying whole animals, butchering in-house, and offering items head-to-hoof.
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Sexy Feast: Kekua: When Perfection Is Too Good to Be True?

As often as I visit new restaurants, it’s rare to have that moment of discovering a heretofore hidden gem. But when it happens, it’s a beautiful moment. Euphoria sets in. There’s love, perhaps even lust, upon falling head over heels about a place that’s just…
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Serious Eats: The Founder’s Field Roast at FareStart in Seattle

Can you convert a carnivore?
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Sexy Feast: Coastal Kitchen and a BLT that Scares the GOP

While The Wandering Goose and Rione XIII have shared the spotlight as the new kids on the block, Capitol Hill’s 20-year-old Coastal Kitchen also sports that “new car smell” after undergoing a four-week remodel. Changes include a new marble-topped oyster bar, mahogany cocktail bar, bamboo…
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Sexy Feast: Mirch Masala Gives a Spicy Lesson about Sex in India

As much as I enjoy Asian cuisine, I rarely crave food from India. I don’t dislike it. In fact, last year, I looked for different takes on Indian food, sampling creative plates at the suave new Shanik, and tasting thalis at Poppy and Travelers. But…
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Serious Eats: What Pastries to Eat at Honoré Artisan Bakery

Honoré has a unique style—the pastries tend to have a darker color, more crackly texture, and noticable caramelization. In fact, salt and caramel are prominent here; popular items include sea salt caramel tarts and salted caramel macarons.
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Serious Eats: 10 Vietnamese Noodle Soups to Try in Seattle

I love the interactivity of Vietnamese soups, as most come with a side plate of herbs, vegetables, and lime wedges. It's a must to taste the broth as presented, and then figure out how to spice it up, both with herbs and perhaps jalapeños for heat.
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An Arrogant Bastard Mellows Overnight in Bellevue

Why would a Seattle food writer overnight in Bellevue when the west side of Lake Washington has plenty of eating, entertainment, and excitement? It was the soothing promise of supper, sleep, a sweet and savory breakfast, and a scrub at a spa. Oh, and some…
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