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  • ‘My Beef with Meat’ author makes case for plant-strong diet

    How hard do you think it would be to convince a Texas firefighter to go for a Portobello mushroom burger over a big, fat, juicy hamburger? One man's arguments were apparently so compelling he convinced a whole firehouse to transition to a veggie diet, for their health.
  • Don’t be scared to try canning your own food

    With strawberries, cherries, rhubarb and other fruits and vegetables coming into season, it's not too soon to start thinking about what to do with it all.
  • Why Tom and Thierry refuse to use Groupon or other deal sites

    Do you use Groupon or LivingSocial for local restaurants? Record-setting Jeopardy champ and resident Seattle genius Ken Jennings does, but not for the reason you might think.
  • Hot dog historian scoffs at Seattle-style dog, praises Chicago

    Move over scallops and steaks, it's that time of year when the humble hot dog gets to shine.
  • Taste the variety at The Root Beer Store

    A store that only sells root beer, the concept seems a little wacky even to its customers says The Root Beer Store owner Corey Anderson.
  • ‘The Drunken Botanist’ highlights plants’ role in spirits

    Plants aren't something that immediately come to mind when you're looking at a bottle of liquor, but author Amy Stewert is reminding us with her new book, "The Drunken Botanist," that liquor is all made of plants.
  • From botanist to chocolatier, 180 flavors later

    Intrigue Chocolate Co. owner and Chocolatier Aaron Barthel didn't come to chocolate making by way of the kitchen. Instead, it was all the plant aroma and flavors he discovered in botany.
  • Mobile Food Rodeo corralling best of Seattle food trucks

    Tired of chasing your favorite food trucks around town? For one day only all the best food trucks in Seattle will be in one spot.
  • Hot spring recipes in Seattle

    Seattle cooks tend to be healthier, add a little more Asian flare, and use more fish than the rest of the country, according to the data from AllRecipes.com.
  • On a sunny afternoon, swirl, sniff, sip a rose

    On a sunny afternoon in March, chef and Seattle Kitchen host Tom Douglas found himself craving a summertime beverage. He went to one of his restaurants and ordered a rosé.