Origin Story

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An immigrant history of Pike Place Market

In the face of relentless adversity, Seattle’s Japanese farmers planted today’s culture at the Pike Place Market.

Image courtesy of Chad Copeland

The 400-Day Wonder

Up, up, and away with the Space Needle’s iconic restaurant: It’s all about the view.

Exquisite Squid

Inspired by the rustic, farmhouse cooking of Southern France, Campagne’s chef/owner Daisley Gordon combines simple ingredients and cooking methods for dazzling results.

Nectarine and Shiso Soup

Chef Bruce Naftaly takes one of late summer’s most beloved sweet stone fruits and gives it an edge.

True Grits

Low Country Shrimp & Grits is Lisa Dupar’s love letter to her hometown of Charleston, South Carolina.

Tacu Tacu con Picante de Conchas

Chef Raymond Southern makes Washington’s native pink scallops sing…

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Whole Grilled Salmon with Forty Cloves of Garlic

Serves 10 | Start to finish: 45 minutes (plus heating grill)
from Edible Seattle July/August 2009…

Spiced Roasted Spud Nuts

I always use Olsen Farms’ adorable multicolored “spud nuts,” which are new potatoes about an inch in diameter. Any firm potato cut into big bite-sized chunks should do…

Editor’s Letter: Let’s All Go to the Fair

I love county fairs. They’re impressive, in the enormous amount of talent and hard work on display in the craft shows and animal barns. They’re also surprising, full of people showcasing hobbies that I’ve never heard of before—raising miniature donkeys, for example, or carving pumpkins with chainsaws…

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Saving Chinook

Yup’ik, pollock and population collapse…

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