Okay, okay, the official name of this event actually refers to it as a “round-up” but ehh. You say po-tay-to, I say po-tah-to. You say round-up, I say rodeo. I can see it now: a herd of food trucks grazing the Seattle streets when out of nowhere a starving Seattleite attempts to lasso one of them using an over-sized fork and only being thwarted by the latest in the Super Sonics NBA-decision distraction.
Feed your stomach and your soul… Ugh I know. But it’s true!
FareStart is a downtown hot spot for lunch breakers looking to give back and eat well. By the look and taste of the food, you would never know that behind the kitchen doors are men and women training to be chefs. FareStart offers a sixteen-week training course (more…)
It’s not easy being green noodles.
The spaghettis of the world would have you think that yellow noodles are the only way to go, but the good people at Shanghai Garden have opened my eyes to a whole new palette/palate of colorful (more…)
Here’s everything you need to know about this event and why you should register summed up in two words: BACON RELAY.
And in case that isn’t enough information, here’s what Eat Run Hope really is: A 5K run/walk around picturesque Seward Park followed by a culinary sampling of Seattle’s most talented chefs (more…)
Northwest tasting menus in the form of a thali.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Poppy, bringing a new style of dining in the form of “thalis” to the Pacific Northwest. Thalis are a round tray on which a variety of small dishes are served to each guest. Chef Jerry Traunfeld highlights seasonal and local ingredients, fresh herbs (often from their (more…)
This little green house has heart, soul and dark chocolate sorbet.
The delicately-designed array of food at Tilth has a mysterious way of filling you up with warmth without weighing you down with couch-ridden guilt. The majority of their food is organic, local, wild (more…)
Handmade pasta and made-to-order sauces for $9.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Il Corvo Pasta, owned and operated by Mike Easton in Pioneer Square. Together with his wife, Victoria, Il Corvo is open Monday through Friday for lunch only. Mike posts his daily specials on his entertaining and informative blog daily. (more…)