Tag Archives: Boat Street Cafe

…and Three (+) Pigs in Seattle

Yesterday I posted pictures of pig-filled plates outside of Seattle, and promised you local options. Here they are. Most are Asian, with appreciation of the utilization of as much of the animal as possible. Pictured above is bopis, which is a spicy and vinegary saute…
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Alone at the Top (Sound/City Arts 12/09)

Over the course of this year, “Dish-Off” challenged chefs at 28 restaurants to create dishes inspired by songs with ingredients in their titles. The results were spectacular, from Olivar’s Weezer-inspired Pork and Beans, to Il Fornaio’s White Chocolate Space Eggs—delivered to the table as the…
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Beyond Burger Toppings (Sound 5/09)

Three chefs drive “Cheese and Onions” out of the fast food lane I have always thought in the back of my mind Cheese and onions I have always thought that the world was unkind Cheese and onions Do I have to spell it out? C-H-E-E-S-E-A-N-D-O-N-I-O-N-S-oh-no…
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Beyond Burger Toppings (Sound 5/09): More photos

Here are the photos (taken by me) of the rest of the dishes from the “Cheese and Onions” Dish-Off in May’s issue of Sound magazine. You can find the full report, include menus, here. Click to enlarge any of the photos. #gallery-2 { margin: auto;…
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Dishin’: Boat Street’s Cornmeal Custard Cake

Despite early afternoon plans to consume diabetes-defying amounts of truffles and other treats at the Seattle Luxury Chocolate Salon (resulting in a complete chocolate coma), Seattlest remained committed to the weekly “Dishin'” review and reported to Boat Street Café for brunch yesterday. We hadn’t been…
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