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Eating Clean

The darkest part of winter lends itself to all kinds of life reflections. How are my goals, my relationships, my health? Even without resolutions, the urge to think about the future feels strong in quiet January....

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Bites and Beers in Bellingham

I know locals who complain that Bellingham can’t keep an upscale restaurant alive. At one time there were several fine dining destinations, like Nimbus, Flats and Tivoli. In recent years those businesses have dwindled and in their place has come a Portland-like plethora of brewpubs, sandwich shops, and food trucks that seems to fit the town's casual approach....

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Black Sheep Creamery

Early afternoon sunlight bounces off the white walls of the cheesemaking room at Black Sheep Creamery, making stacks of plastic buckets and the painted white cheese press glow....

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Making Big Gin

Tucked away in a quiet corner of Ballard, Captive Spirits is one of a growing number of producers in the Northwest focused on spirits....

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Sweet Dreams and Chocolate Cake

In Hot Cakes’ Ballard kitchen, the day starts and ends with cookies—salted peanut butter, s’mores, snickerdoodles, and perhaps the city’s best chocolate chip....

Juicing Up a Business

An attempt at healthful eating transformed two chefs’ careers...

Native Harvest

Connecting the tribal catch with local chefs and restaurants...

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Jan/Feb 2015 Editor’s Letter

The first article I wrote for Edible Seattle took me to Stanwood, Washington, on a grey day in January—a time of year on farms in this region that can most accurately be described as the season of mud....