West Seattle - Eat

Mon, 07/24/17

 

By Katy Wilkens, MS, RD 

I picked a bouquet from my garden the other morning. It wasn't the kind you put in a vase. It was the kind you put on your plate - a salad plate, to be exact.

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Mon, 06/19/17

By Katy G. Wilkens

Breakfast in a jar, tasty wherever you go

It seems I am always late getting off to work. I walk through my garden on all but the rainiest days, and I can get sidetracked picking rhubarb, snacking on blueberries or…MORE

Sat, 06/10/17

 

There’s something surprisingly – and refreshingly – humble about chef Cameron Hanin.

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Fri, 05/05/17

By Chef Jeremy MacLachlan

I never REALLY knew what true unconditional love was until I had my own kids. In writing this blog I reminisce about all the times I screwed up, said something wrong or wasn't on my best behavior but my mom was…MORE

Sat, 04/29/17

By Chef Jeremy McLachlan

The best thing in the world is the egg. They are cheap, nutritious and you can cook them many different ways. Kathy has the nutrition in her blog The Unscrambling Of Eggs and I get to tell you all the ways to cook…MORE

Mon, 02/20/17

By Lindsay Peyton

White Center resident Mariah Kmitta never pictured herself working as a chef – even though she had been building a resume in restaurant kitchens since she was a teenager.

Still, she is pleased that her path led…MORE

Mon, 01/23/17

By Lindsay Peyton West Seattle chef Brian Clevenger has a vision.

He wants every neighborhood to have a top-notch restaurant that serves homemade pasta and fresh seafood – and he’s ready to do his part in making that dream a reality.…MORE

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