Grab the pimento cheese. It's the best I've ever had. by Jordan Michelman Chef Edouardo Jordan says he'll keep his new pantry program open even when his restaurants open in-house dining again. "Because now people in Texas and Florida and South Carolina can enjoy our products," he told us. JONATHAN VANDERWEIT“Like every other restaurant owner in this city, we’re just trying to figure it out.” So says Edouardo Jordan, the chef and restaurateur behind Ravenna destinations JuneBaby, Salare, and Lucinda Grain Bar. Except that Jordan is, of course, not like every other restaurant owner in the city. The chef—a multiple James Beard Award winner featured by everyone from the New York Times to Esquire to People magazine—enjoys a form of national restaurant prominence that comes along only once, maybe twice in a generation for a Seattle chef. He’s part of a continuing vanguard of Black restaurant excellence with deep roots...
Coconut Chocolate Zucchini Smoothie (with sneaky veggies) Creamy coconut chocolate zucchini smoothie made without banana and with sneaky veggies from zucchini and cauliflower! This delicious, vegan chocolate zucchini smoothie recipe packs in protein & healthy fats from almond butter and coconut milk and seriously tastes like an Almond Joy. I mean, I already know what you’re thinking. “Is this chick really going READ: Coconut Chocolate Zucchini Smoothie (with sneaky veggies) ...
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These days, everybody and their grandmother has heard of brining, and more and more folks are doing it at home before Turkey Day. But it's not all pie and gravy. There are a few distinct and definite downsides to wet brining, and many folks are making the switch to dry brining (a.k.a. extended salting). The question is, which method works best? ...
Brining or dry-brining your bird can mean the difference between dry turkey and supremely moist and plump turkey. Over the years, I've written many articles on brining (or not brining) turkeys; here are the basics, in one simple guide. ...
by Stranger EverOut Staff Sawyer's s'more choco tacos are available for takeout, in case you were wondering. Starchefs via Sawyer InstagramIf you're like us, you're looking for ways to make this summer feel as normal as possible, as safely as possible. One of the best ways we know how to do that is by indulging in quintessentially summery treats, and National S'mores Day on Monday, August 10 provides us with a particularly special occasion to do just that. Below, we've rounded up all the places to get your fix of that sought-after mix of graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallows, whether it's sundaes, cookies, or the classic, unadulterated version. Most of the options below are available year-round (with the exception of Theo Chocolate's dreamy DIY s'mores kits available just for the occasion on Saturday, August 8), but note that many restaurants are closed on Mondays, so plan ahead accordingly. “Mackles’more” at...
by Stranger EverOut Staff The newly opened Kakigori Dessert Cafe is now serving shave ice and other warm-weather treats on Capitol Hill. Kakigori Dessert Cafe via InstagramThis week bring a slew of new (and newly reopened) places to eat, like Chef Eduoardo Jordan’s Salare (now offering three takeout options), Monica Dimas's Little Neon Taco (now open for outdoor dining), and Sip House (a new Vietnamese cafe on the Ave). Read on for all that and more of the latest food-world updates. For more ideas, check out our full in-person dining directory, our takeout & delivery directory, and our guide to Seattle farmers markets. NEW OPENINGS & RETURNS ANJU Bar and EateryDig into kimchi jun, japchae, crispy tofu, and other Korean street food-inspired bites at the White Center spot's outdoor seating area. Those who still prefer to stay in can continue ordering food for pickup. ...
Free food, outdoorsy activity, and helping those in need — it's a rare win-win-win. by Matt Baume The city's bounty. Courtesy of City FruitIt sounds too good to be true: Free fruit, locally harvested, available to anyone who wants it? Yup, and it’s thanks to the smattering of fruit trees across the city. Take a walk around Seattle and you’ll see apples and figs and pears and grapes and berries dangling tantalizingly from the foliage. Somebody’s gotta pick and eat them. That’s where City Fruit comes in, a nonprofit that matches volunteer harvesters with folks who own fruit-bearing plants. When the fruit ripens, someone comes along to collect it, and then the food is distributed (for free??? I know, I can’t believe it either) at several distribution sites around the city on select dates. While the program has existed for several years, this year they’re working with the city on a new...
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