Jonathan Kauffman

This weekend, I stopped in again at 15th-Ave.-Coffee-and-Tea-inspired-by-Starbucks, where you can request

This weekend, I stopped in again at 15th-Ave.-Coffee-and-Tea-inspired-by-Starbucks, where you can request your drip coffee be made the regular way, with a Clover, or with… Continue reading

Chantal AndersonLine cooks quickly learn to recognize one another at first glance.

Chantal AndersonLine cooks quickly learn to recognize one another at first glance. Not just from that manic don't-fuck-with-me-I've-just-worked-three-doubles gaze, or the scent of garlic and… Continue reading

Thin Wheat Line is a survey of noodles in Seattle.Noodle: Hiyashi kitsuneSource:

Thin Wheat Line is a survey of noodles in Seattle.Noodle: Hiyashi kitsuneSource:Koji Osakaya, 89 University St. (at Post Alley), 583-0980.Price: $7.95It's not hard to find… Continue reading

If your grandmother hasn’t already called you to kvetch about it, the

If your grandmother hasn't already called you to kvetch about it, the New York Times has named its newest restaurant critic now that Frank Bruni… Continue reading

Prawns attacked by foam.

Herban Feast Goes Legit

But the caterer's trying too hard at its stationary digs in West Seattle.

Prawns attacked by foam.

Serious Eats has a post today lamenting how the switch from metal

Serious Eats has a post today lamenting how the switch from metal to biodegradable corn-starch spoons has damaged the experience of eating ice cream. Overheated… Continue reading

Only a few restaurant reviews appeared this week in print and on

Only a few restaurant reviews appeared this week in print and on the blogs:At the Seattle Times, Mary Ann Gwinn reviews Hudson in Georgetown, loving… Continue reading

Congratulations on acquiring an account for your beans in Wasilla, Alaska. Do

Congratulations on acquiring an account for your beans in Wasilla, Alaska. Do you think it will convert Sarah Palin into a latte-drinking liberal elite?… Continue reading

It’s gotten so difficult to order just a smoothie. They’re all packed

It's gotten so difficult to order just a smoothie. They're all packed with probiotics, vitamins and immune-system boosters, or hemp seeds and antioxidant superfoods.Homestyle Hong… Continue reading

Hajime Sato, holding the future of sushi?

The Flip Side of Sustainable Sushi

Customers will have to revamp their tastes at one of the city’s top sushi restaurants.

Hajime Sato, holding the future of sushi?

Vietnamese sandwiches are spelled banh mi, not bahn mi. Nh is a

Vietnamese sandwiches are spelled banh mi, not bahn mi. Nh is a specific sound in Vietnamese -- one that's almost impossible for Westerners to pronounce… Continue reading

No, it’s not three-bean saladThe Vietnamese are the master freshmakers: Check your

No, it's not three-bean saladThe Vietnamese are the master freshmakers: Check your average restaurant and you'll see soda lemon, your soda egg custard, your salted… Continue reading

The artisanal ice cream explosion isn’t limited to stores. The ice cream

The artisanal ice cream explosion isn't limited to stores. The ice cream cart is getting a makeover, too. Here are links to carts (plus truck)… Continue reading

A week of 90+-degree days: Apocalypse or miracle? Ah, poor us, suffering

A week of 90+-degree days: Apocalypse or miracle? Ah, poor us, suffering in our air-conditioning-free houses, unfamiliar with the strage salty liquid that our bodies… Continue reading

Because you need it: View Seattle Weekly: Ice Cream/Gelato Stores in Seattle in

Because you need it:View Seattle Weekly: Ice Cream/Gelato Stores in Seattle in a larger mapThanks to fearless intern Chantal for putting together the map. If… Continue reading

The restaurants under the critical gaze this week:At the Times, Sanjay Bhatt

The restaurants under the critical gaze this week:At the Times, Sanjay Bhatt curses the Cutting Board in Georgetown for offering too many options, but enjoys… Continue reading

Waiting for the spam at Marination Mobile.

Eatin’ Good on the Sidewalk

The traffic’s getting pretty thick for Seattle’s newest street-food vendors.

Waiting for the spam at Marination Mobile.
Street Food: a Timeline

Street Food: a Timeline

From hunter/gatherers to the Seattle Street Food Fair.

Street Food: a Timeline

Thin Wheat Line is a weekly survey of noodles in Seattle.Noodle: PancitSource:

Thin Wheat Line is a weekly survey of noodles in Seattle.Noodle: PancitSource: Inay's Asian Pacific Cuisine, 2503 Beacon Ave. S., 325-5692.Price: $6.75 as part of… Continue reading

Avoiding any cracks about alliteration, Seattle’s neighborhood blogs have just posted news

Avoiding any cracks about alliteration, Seattle's neighborhood blogs have just posted news about two new restaurant closures: MyBallard blog reported on Friday that Via Verde,… Continue reading