A wine and food party like no other — overflowing with Italian hospitality and history.
Looking for an excuse to beat the heat and Seafair crowds in Seattle this weekend? Cast your gaze no further than our friends to the North, Tulalip Casino. This Saturday night, Tulalip plays host to one of California’s greatest wine legends, Marc Mondavi (more…)
Can you think of anything better than free Ben and Jerry’s?
Ben and Jerry’s is launching a sweet new advertising campaign- literally. Their ice cream truck is taking it to the streets of Seattle, but best of all, they’re dishing it up for FREE. (more…)
Latest in kitchen appliance technology means it’s getting hot in herre.
Sexy Food starts with sexy kitchen appliances, and no one makes them better than Thermador. I had the recent privilege to tour their showroom in sunny Orange County, California, and yes, that Ca-a-alifo-o-ornia song was on constant loop (more…)
Sparkman Cellars wine and sunshine at the soiree of the summer.
Looking for some hot fun in the summer time? I’ve got the party for you. Slide your hide into the leather seats of your convertible (or minivan, or jalopy, just get yourself there, kids) and head on up to Tulalip Casino on July 7th for a night on the patio spent tasting some of the biggest red wines Washington has to offer alongside award-winning cuisine. (more…)
Burning Beast is Seattle carnivores’ annual answer to Burning Man, only with a lot more meat.
This year in addition to the usual star-studded lineup of famous chefs from around the region, Chef Mike Easton of Il Corvo Pasta notoriety, will get down with his bad self and a Sardinian-style goat. (more…)
Dine with the world’s top chefs in the name of food education.
Last year I wrote about what was probably the most mind-expanding dinner I’ve ever eaten. It took place at the Modernist Cuisine Laboratory, where the James Beard award-winning culinary tome, Modernist Cuisine, was created. Many of you know by now that Modernist Cuisine swept the globe with (more…)
Pike Place corridor’s newest Far East addition.
Tucked just around the corner from Post Alley on Stewart, Cha:n Restaurant sits sleek and unassuming, waiting for the chance to open your eyes to the world of Korean cuisine. I think of the menu as comfort Korean, with many small but filling bites, just right for sharing. (more…)