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Food News: Marination Station to Open, Plus Pie!

It's no secret that we here at Seattle Mag are huge fans of Marination Mobile; we put them on the cover of last year's Best Restaurants issue, after all. Read more »

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VIDEO: Squash and Raisin Stuffed Chicken Breasts

(Steve sells home plate)
Stuffed chicken breasts sounds difficult and gourmet - not true. A fantastic way to renovate leftovers like roasted squash and extend a pound of chicken to feed a family. Very pretty morsels too! Need a printable recipe?  Click here. Read more »

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Outdoors: Steel Yourselves Winter Warriors

Why not make this the winter you explore the snowy backcountry on your own terms? It's a whole different mountain range out there when it's covered in multiple feet of the white stuff. Backcountry skiing, snowshoeing and camping don't come without risks, though. Besides needing the right warm gear, you should also be aware of avalanche dangers and prepared to deal with the worst. On Tuesday night (Dec. 7) at 7 p.m. Read more »

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Storefronts Seattle Project Makes Space for Art

This past fall, Pioneer Square and the International District got a face lift, thanks to some local artists. A new art installation project, StoreFronts Seattle (made possible by nonprofit arts organization Shunpike), allows artists (including local quilt artist Luke Haynes and couple Charles and Cindy Martin who boast an impressive pinball machine collection) to showcase their work in various vacant buildings free of charge. Read more »

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Weekly Must List: December 2 - 8

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Holiday Dining at ART Restaurant

Searching for a classy way to fete the holidays, without messing up the kitchen or risking setting the turkey on fire? Enjoy a delicious Christmas Day meal at ART Restaurant at the Four Seasons hotel, or ring in the New Year in style with a champagne-themed dinner that'll leave you waltzing into 2011. (And in between, why not round up a few friends and indulge in their Chocolate buffet too?) Read more »

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Tom Douglas Cookbook Social Tonight!

What better way to spend a chilly Wednesday afternoon than at the Palace Ballroom for the Tom Douglas Cookbook SocialRead more »

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Rosemary Red Soup

(Jane helps Darrell with his letters)
A gorgeous looking soup that boasts  local winter vegetables and herbs. Beets, carrots, red lentils and rosemary marry for love. For a printable recipe click here. Read more »

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Outdoors: The Spawn Is On

If you really consider yourself a Seattlite but haven't seen salmon spawning in local streams, now is your chance. For the next few weeks chum and coho salmon will continue to return to the gravel beds of their youth at Pipers Creek, Thornton Creek and Boeing Creek on the north side of town, as well as at Longfellow Creek and Fauntleroy Creek in West Seattle, among other riparian zones around town. Read more »

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Blue Glass, Madison Park Conservatory Opening

Last week was a blur of getting snowed in and ramping up for Thanksgiving, so there's a little news to fill you in on. Read more »

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