Corn Cake with Camembert, Cherries, and White Honey

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Corn Cake with Camembert, Cherries, and White Honey

Cherries are in full storm here in the northwest. Mostly we just like to eat them out of hand, many pints at a time. While laying in a cherry-induced stupor, …

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Garlic Scape, Ricotta and Zatar Pizza

I always look for garlic scapes at the farmer’s market this time of year. Apparently I’m not alone. Lots of bloggers have used them lately, including Danielle at Habeas Brulee (scape tartlets), Derrick at SFist (sauteed with favas and fingerlings), and Chip at Cookthink (with a running scape tally).

What is a garlic scape? It is …

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Recipe: Spaghetti with Fresh Artichokes ala Pink Door (Spaghetti con Carciofi “Porta Rosa”)

Sarina and I were so in love with the Spaghetti with Fresh Artichokes we had last week at The Pink Door, I wanted to recreate it at home. I got reasonably close for a first try. This is a pretty simple dish, but requires a bit of prep time for the artichokes, and the technique …

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Seattle Chocolate Salon

Just a quick note to say that I’ll be on the tasting panel at TasteTV’s first annual Seattle Chocolate Salon. It is Sunday, July 13th at the Bell Harbor Convention Center, on the waterfront. I imagine it will be a fun event. There are certainly some great chocolatiers coming to town. I’ll be there at …

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Knives for the Vegetarian Kitchen, Part 1

If you love to cook, you are probably going to fall in love with knives. I’ve had many of them over the years, but I’ve pretty well settled on the set above. I’ll walk you through them and tell you what they are and what I like about them. I think a vegetarian kitchen has …

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Recipe: Grilled Eggplant And Shiitake Bruschetta

Grilled Eggplant And Shiitake Bruschetta

I cannot tell a lie. This was a totally failed experiment, but a yummy bite of food.

Experiment first: I’ve been interested for awhile in the idea of using the microwave to glaze a plate with sauce. The way I’ve tried it, I put maybe a tablespoon of a fairly thin sauce …

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Restaurant Review: The Pink Door – Italian – Seattle, WA

My wife and I just spent a weekend downtown, our last for awhile while we await our second child.  Two nights on the town (or as far out on the town as an 8-month pregnant woman can go) were an opportunity for us to visit a couple of restaurants we’ve enjoyed in the past.

The comparison …

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