Adriana Grant

Beer has its seasons, too. During cold weather, a heartier brew is

Beer has its seasons, too. During cold weather, a heartier brew is in order, whether a sweet-tinged porter or a meal-in-a-glass stout. Teaming with Chocolate… Continue reading

Sample the wares before you buy: That’s the premise behind the Tom

Sample the wares before you buy: That's the premise behind the Tom Douglas Holiday Cookbook Social, where local chefs with cookbooks come together to offer… Continue reading

To volunteer in most places in Seattle, you need to sign up

To volunteer in most places in Seattle, you need to sign up way in advance, so it might be too late to do so on… Continue reading

Sip is the newest resident of a gleaming new residential building on

Sip is the newest resident of a gleaming new residential building on Madison Street which looks across the street to the Koolhaas library. They carry… Continue reading

There’s a beer-brewing team at the Nordic Heritage Museum, which seems reason

There's a beer-brewing team at the Nordic Heritage Museum, which seems reason enough to support this Pre-Yulefest Nordic Beer Tasting. Three Nordic-inspired beers will be… Continue reading

Don’t diet: Eat like a grown-up. That’s the advice, as we head

Don't diet: Eat like a grown-up. That's the advice, as we head into the binge-inducing holiday season, of Ellie Krieger, author of So Easy: Luscious,… Continue reading

Photo by Adriana GrantBest known as the man behind the now-defunct Culinary

Photo by Adriana GrantBest known as the man behind the now-defunct Culinary Communion cooking school, Gabriel Claycamp is offering Salumi a bit of porcine competition… Continue reading

Thanksgiving menu-planning already got you fretting over pie duty? If homemade pie

Thanksgiving menu-planning already got you fretting over pie duty? If homemade pie crust is more than you want to tackle, Grand Central Bakery can help.… Continue reading

If you’re tired of getting up early to reach the farmers market

If you're tired of getting up early to reach the farmers market before your favorite stand runs out of eggs and chicken, consider signing up… Continue reading

The tough economy continues to lead people to make all kinds of

The tough economy continues to lead people to make all kinds of creative choices. Case in point: Savour, a gourmet food shop soon to open… Continue reading

If you think putting on a $75-a-head dinner is a risky proposition

If you think putting on a $75-a-head dinner is a risky proposition in this economy, think again. Sorry to say, Elliott's Oyster New Year (30… Continue reading

With Washington the hop center of the beer-making universe (or so it

With Washington the hop center of the beer-making universe (or so it can seem), tonight through Saturday Beveridge Place Pub hosts a wholly democratic IPA… Continue reading

As Joseba Jimenez de Jimenez prepares to depart his beloved Harvest Vine

As Joseba Jimenez de Jimenez prepares to depart his beloved Harvest Vine (the restaurant will be run by his soon-to-be-ex-wife), catch him teaming up with… Continue reading

As we predicted a few weeks ago in the Dining Newsletter, Kevin

As we predicted a few weeks ago in the Dining Newsletter, Kevin Carlson opened his new Ballard bar, Shelter Lounge, at 4910 Leary Ave. N.W.,… Continue reading

Dine in costume at la Spiga, on a five-course mystery menu with

Dine in costume at la Spiga, on a five-course mystery menu with wine-pairings and Halloween-inspired cocktails. The best costume of the night will win a… Continue reading

In Honeybee: Lessons From an Accidental Beekeeper, C. Marina Marchese tells of

In Honeybee: Lessons From an Accidental Beekeeper, C. Marina Marchese tells of falling in love with beekeeping and leaving her job to create a successful… Continue reading

As part of Canning Across America, Lucy Norris, coleader of Slow Food

As part of Canning Across America, Lucy Norris, coleader of Slow Food Seattle and author of Pickled: Preserving a World of Tastes and Traditions, leads… Continue reading

In terms of its environmental awareness and obsession with food, Seattle is

In terms of its environmental awareness and obsession with food, Seattle is ripe for tonight's Slow Food Summit, inspired by last year's 60,000-strong Slow Food… Continue reading

The roving experimental restaurant Cafe Nordo, founded by Nordo Lefesczki, has come

The roving experimental restaurant Cafe Nordo, founded by Nordo Lefesczki, has come to Seattle for 17 seatings. Hosted in the Theo Chocolate warehouse, The Modern… Continue reading

Alton Brown is the science-nerd star of the award-wining Food Network show

Alton Brown is the science-nerd star of the award-wining Food Network show Good Eats, where he demonstrates ingenious approaches to the everyday meal. He'll teach… Continue reading