June 2012

Monthly Archives

  • Winemaker Morgan Lee of Covington Cellars Crowned 2012 Iron Vintner

    The Championship round of the Iron Vintner Challenge took place at Willows Lodge on Wednesday night. Chef Bobby Moore’s secret ingredient was lamb and Winemaker Morgan Lee of Covington Cellars satisfied the taste buds of the celebrity judges: Executive Chef Chris Weber of The Herbfarm, Dunham Cellars Winemaker/Owner Eric Dunham and 425 Magazine’s Ethan Chung. […]

  • Elliott’s Seafood Café to Complete the Seattle Waterfront Experience with One-of-a-Kind Sidewalk Oyster Bar

    Images: Chop Chop Salad  and Fried Calamari.  Courtesy of Elliott’s Seafood Café SEATTLE – May 15, 2012 – Consolidated Restaurants Inc. is bringing an innovative dining experience to the Seattle waterfront with Elliott’s Seafood Café. Designed as an energetic sidewalk oyster bar, the new Café offers a casual complement to Elliott’s Oyster House. Opening this summer, Elliott’s Seafood […]

  • The Skillet Cookbook – A Street Food Manifesto

    By CHARLES KOH Skillet is coming out with a new cookbook called “A Street Food Manifesto.”  It’s release date is July 10th, and to celebrate, they will be hosting a five year anniversary celebration and book launch party on Sunday July 22nd at Shilshole Bay beach Club in Ballard. All Hands on Deck!  It’s hard to […]

  • Dad’s favorites, all in one cupcake: Chocolate Bourbon Bacon Brittle

    By CHARLES KOH This Father’s Day, treat your guys to the manliest cupcake in town: Trophy Cupcake’s new Chocolate Bourbon Bacon Brittle cupcake. It’s a rich Valrhona chocolate cupcake covered in crushed, house-made Bacon Brittle, topped with bourbon buttercream, and (why stop there?!) even more Bacon Brittle. They’re so dreamy, they’ll be joining our list of […]

  • Wine Rocks Set to Rock Seattle’s Elliott Hall at Pier 66

    Taste the wine, hear the music and help the cause at the 5th annual Wine Rocks July 11Wine Rocks Seattle, an annual event that goes beyond the traditional wine tasting, is back for a fifth year and it’s bigger than ever. This year’s event takes place Wednesday, July 11, 6-10 p,m. at Elliott Hall at […]

  • Japan’s New Invention: Soft Serve Beer?!

    By Jenni LiuEver wish your beer would stay cold longer? Now it can! — Japanese brewing company, Kirin, has a new innovation — frozen beer foam! Made only of beer — without any added ice or water — this frozen head poured on top of beer like a soft-serve ice cream acts as insulation that will keep […]

  • Call for a Breakthrough: A Telethon for Fred Hutch

    Photo credit to Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Big ideas create exponentially bigger breakthroughs; and some of the most successful breakthroughs in cancer research have been through private funds. When you give to science, science gives back. That’s why KING has teamed up with Fred Hutch, and with your help we’ll fuel new discoveries to save […]