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New Weekday Farmers Market coming to Interbay

The old Olympic Sculpture Park Farmers Market has found a new home. The market will debut next week and will take place in the Whole Foods’ parking lot on Thursday afternoons, perfect timing for commuters heading home from work. The market will initially feature 30 local vendors with the hope to expand it to 40 during peak harvest season. Info: Interbay Farmers Market,Whole Foods Parking Lot, Thursdays 3:00-7:00 p.m, starting June 9th.

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Go Shopping with the Chef during 7 Days of ART

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Cody Bay
ART chef Jelle Vandenbrouke
Chef Jelle Vandenbroucke puts the finishing touches on a few of his new menu creations.

Spotting one of Seattle's master chefs prowling amid the vibrantly-colored ruffage of Pike Place Market is kind of like catching a lion stalking its prey: you don't want to make a peep lest you interrupt his deep concentration; one false move and the epiphany surrounding the preparation of a fiddlehead fern might get spooked and fly away. Read more »

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How to Caramelize an Onion

(Men doing what men do)
Patience grasshopper.  Watch these men do nothing while everything happens in the pan. caramelized onions make princes out of frogs.  Add some to salads, burgers, pasta, sandwiches, soups.  Written instructions can be found here. Read more »

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Meet the Producer's Latest Local Food Stars

Hey, didja know? We run a column in every single issue featuring a local producer!  Some months it's a farm, as it is this month: Skagit Sun grows those incredible ruby red Shuksan strawberries you'll be eating by the handful later this month. Read more »

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Greg Atkinson to Open Marché on Bainbridge Island in Late Summer

There was excitement last fall when the news broke that Greg Atkinson, the former Canlis chef, cookbook author (his sixth book, At the Kitchen Table, is due this fall and he's long been a contributor to Pacific Northwest, the Seattle Times Sunday Read more »

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Bicycle Diaries: Saturday Grocery Stock-Up via Bicycle

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Roddy Scheer
All my groceries fit in two panniers and then some; I had to tie the plastic bag full of extras to the rack between the panniers, and luckily it didn't come loose on any bumps.
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Fashion Friday: New Fremont vintage stop, locally-made wood iPhone covers and a peek inside Guesthouse

Fridays before long weekends are always especially sweet, aren’t they? We’re adding to that happy, fuzzy Friday feeling with three new finds we are obsessing over: Read more »

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Behind the Scenes of our June Issue: Ice-cream Headaches and Heady Debates

Ice cream cones
It's just work, work, work here at Seattle mag, especially when there's ice cream to be vetted

Our editors are still recovering from GelatoGate 2011, the week-long orgy of ice-cream eating that preceeded our June issue (on newsstands today). Our award-winning and downright awesome food editor Ali Scheff made the picks, our fantastically talented art director Sue Boylan called in the props, and then it was ice cream everywhere for two weeks here at SeaMag. Read more »

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Music Fests! Cocktails! Our Top To-do's for Memorial Day Weekend

Strawberry Shortcake
Lorna Yee shares her recipe for strawberry shortcake, Seattle style.

MUST SCREEN
Northwest Connections at SIFF Read more »

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How to Poach an Egg

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Cynthia Lair

(A taxing meeting for Cynthia)
Consider purchasing eggs from pastured hens at one of Seattle's farmer's markets.  Eggs rasied in fresh air with access to greens, bugs and worms produce specatular eggs that are far superior nutritionally.  The flavor is dazzling.  In this video Jane demonstrated The Joy of Cooking method of poaching the incredible edible egg. Vortex required.  Read more »

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