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Burger Pet Peeve Isn’t “Where’s the Beef,” It’s “Too Much Bread”

With the start of barbecue season upon us, burgers are on my mind. Grilling at home gets the best burger results, as you can customize using your favorite ingredients. Still, I’m always seeking good burgers at restaurants, partly for ideas and inspiration, and partly for…
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Seattle’s Search for the Perfect Burger Ends…

When a new restaurant advertises with a slogan like “Your search for a perfect burger ends here,” that’s a lot to live up to. This is how Relish Burger Bistro, a growing chain in Starwood properties, advertises. Its newest branch opened this week in Seattle’s…
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2012 in Food: No Top Chef, But 26 Favorites for the Seattle Area

As the year comes to a close, seems like everyone is compiling their Top 10 restaurant lists for 2012. Meanwhile, throughout the year, people take to Twitter and Facebook to scream that “this” or “that” is the best—making your pick more like the worst. I…
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Sexy Feast: Li’l Woody’s, a Lotta Crack, and Some Intellectual Foreplay

I was one of many who ventured over to Li’l Woody’s in Capitol Hill on Monday to celebrate National Hamburger Day. The line for free burgers was long, but worth it, as the hand-formed, Painted Hills beef patties had nice, smoky flavor. I especially liked…
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