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Now I know I say this all the time… but I’m saying it again: I feel so fortunate to live in Seattle where we have easy access to fresh seafood. Fresh, delicious fish like Pacific Sole, which has the benefit of being a sustainable and plentiful fish, unlike the overfished Atlantic Sole Continue reading
Tweet Thanks to everyone who entered the giveaway. There were so many great stories shared from everyone, thanks everyone and stay tuned we will be having several more giveaways over the next few weeks! Click here for: Winner Announcement
Now I know for some, this sound exotic and daunting, but Dashi really is one of the easiest soups that you can make and it is extremely versatile. It is a good recipe to have in your culinary repertoire, as it is a base to so many beautiful Japanese soups and sauces. Continue reading
It tasted fresh and green, like an herb garden is dancing all over your tongue, followed by a little kick of heat to remind you that you are alive and finally a slight tangy kiss of vinegar. Love at first bite. Continue reading
I had a plethora of local ingredients on hand: bacon, eggs, herbs from my garden and Beecher’s Cheese Curds. I had a look at my Earthy delivery and what I had on hand and set to work making this Fritatta. It tastes of Springtime. Herbaceous, hearty, sustaining and most of all comforting. It was a beautiful mix of ingredients both local and beyond and I really wanted to share it with you. So here we go! Continue reading
Tweet Ask kcline at Questionland Seattle There’s a really great website out there called Questionland. It pulls together Experts on various topics who provide answers to questions provided by knowledge hungry community members. You would be surprised at the stuff … Continue reading