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Sugar Rush: Ebelskivers at Seattle’s Skillet Diner

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…
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Cochon 555 in Seattle: The (Pork-Filled) View from the Judging Tables

Yesterday, Serious Eats posted my report on Cochon 555 in Seattle. An excerpt: This was true nose-to-tail eating, most prominent in the long-cooking broths with head parts, the ubiquitous use of lardo, the addictive chicharrones, and the appearance of pork in the desserts. Judges sometimes…
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Beyond Seattle 2011: April (Good Bologna)

I’m in airports frequently, with O’Hare in Chicago one of my least favorites for food. So I was excited to learn that Rick Bayless opened Tortas Frontera in Terminal 1. Using locally sourced ingredients, Tortas serves a number of the namesake griddle-baked sandwiches, as well…
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