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Takeaway in a gale: Tweets Cafe. In the Skagit Valley with the hope of seeing the daffodils in bloom which were about but the weather was really awful…even by Pacific...

Seattle

Someone Couldn’t Wait: Pie Day. Not homemade this year but nonetheless, excellent. Our choice: Sea Salt Caramel Pie. Source: Metropolitan Market. Washed down with a light Chianti Classico with notes...

Seattle

Fried Chicken in Seattle: Cookie’s Country Chicken. Near Lumen Field in Pioneer Square. We happened to be in the neighborhood the day I noticed a post from @eatseattle about the...

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You gotta try this one: Chicken Pot Pie with Biscuits. One of the best examples of this classic and, don’t forget to use the homemade biscuits. This is comfort food...

Seattle

Not my go to but: Krispy Kreme Mars Doughnut. Special, limited edition release to celebrate Perseverance landing on Mars! Had to have one of these chocolate cream filled doughnuts…a bit...

Edison WA

Out and about: Terramar Brewstillery. In the area and had noticed this place on previous visits and it was lunchtime…so, why not? The space is open with multiple possibilities…sit in...

Seattle

Thai in the Hood: Pinkaew. Needed a change in cuisine and this place has gotten good reviews so, it was close by and, we needed some Thai. It didn’t disappoint…one...

Bellevue WA

Fast food: Chick-fil-A. Sometimes you just need some and we needed it this day. My choice is usually the spicy fried chicken sandwich. I have to say, it’s always good...

Seattle

Takeaway: Tam Noodle Box. Recommended by a colleague and it was spot on. This place is all about wok prepared noodles…multiple choices to which you add a protein…chicken, pork, shrimp...

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Quarantine: Butter Chicken aka murgh makhani. Half Baked Harvest…again! Should just bookmark the website. The main difference with this recipe is the use of coconut milk instead of cream…a bit...

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Quarantine: New Years Eve. Started the afternoon with frozen cranberry margaritas followed by Seared Asian steak salad and mushrooms with ginger dressing and a pavlova to finish. The salad was...

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Quarantine Breakfast: Ever What You Need. A bit of potpourri ranging from eggs, bacon, biscuits and grits to bagels and gravlax. A few words about Southern breakfast then on to...

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Christmas Eve dinner: Fishmonger’s stew. Started with fresh, unshucked oysters with mignonette we picked up from London Plane. Don’t know how to shuck oysters? Me either but here’s a video...

Poulsbo WA

German food in Norway: Tizley’s Europub. What?…yep even though the town was founded by a Norwegian and has a Scandinavian theme this place has pretty authentic German cuisine. Perfect spot...

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Quarantine: White Bean and Sausage Ragout. Hearty dish made all the more so with the focaccia. Cold out? Give this dish a try to shake off the cold. @theeatingplaces #theeatingplaces...

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A December tradition: Marinated beef tenderloin. If you like beef, this has to be one of the best cuts…tender, flavorful and medium rare…delicious! Sides were smashed potatoes with bacon vinaigrette...