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Ethan Stowell already has Tavolata , Anchovies & Olives and How To Cook A Wolf running smoothly. Until very recently, there was also Union--probably Stowell's

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Ethan Stowell Is The Busiest Man In Show Business

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Ethan Stowell already has Tavolata, Anchovies & Olives and How To Cook A Wolf running smoothly. Until very recently, there was also Union--probably Stowell's best known and most beloved restaurant in town--which he closed at the end of May. Anchovies just got tagged as one of Bon Appetit's Ten Best New Restaurants in America. And then there was the opening, just a couple weeks back, of Stowell's newest venture: Staple & Fancy Mercantile, which sounds like it ought to be an olde timey grocery store but is, in fact, a restaurant. Opened in a space that once used to be an olde timey grocery store.

And as if all that action wasn't enough for the guy, somewhere in the middle of it all he found the time to write a cookbook. Which is now ready to be released. And for the release, there needs to be a party.

And so there shall be--at Elliott Bay Books on September 30 at 5pm, just a few days after the scheduled September 21 release of Ethan Stowell's New Italian Kitchen.

This is from the folks at Elliott Bay:

"We are delighted to help celebrate publication of award-winning Seattle chef/owner Ethan Stowell's first book, Ethan Stowell's New Italian Kitchen (Ten Speed Press, co-authored by Leslie Miller). In this beautifully produced book, the proprietor of Union, Tavolata, How to Cook a Wolf, Olives & Anchovies, and the new Staple & Fancy brings the best of Italian tradition and Pacific Northwest bounty together. Ethan Stowell's honors include a James Beard Award nomination as Best Chef Northwest, citation as one of 2008's Best New Chefs in America by Food & Wine magazine. National publications with rave reviews of his restaurants have come from Gourmet, Bon App├ętit, Food & Wine, Wine Spectator, GQ, and more. This should be fun ... and leave one hungry for more."

So if you're a big Stowell fan, I suggest you mark your calendars now. And who knows? At the rate he's been going lately, the man will probably open seven or eight more restaurants before his big release party, so this might be the only chance you have to see him standing still in one place for a long time.

 
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