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Rover's Gourmet magazine Menu

Word has it that after the demise of Gourmet magazine last year, their Gourmet Today cookbook sales spiked. And for good reason--the national mag has been leaving foodies satisfied since 1941. Want a chance to mourn/celebrate? Read more »

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Flying Fish Announces move to South Lake Union

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Sharpen Your Knives: I'm Back

I left my job in September to take maternity leave, and in my stead I was lucky to have some pretty great ladies filling in for me. Read more »

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Spring Hill hires new pastry chef Garret Melkonian

Choosing a lovely, healthful fish dish at Spring Hill just means more room for dessert...
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Seattle's short film animators totally rule

There was a ton of creative, clever (not to mention painstaking!) work on view at the NW Film Forum's showcase of short film animation, but my overall fave was The Sinking of the Huntley, by Seattleite Drew Christie, who told me after the screening that he painted and drew this whole story on the pages of 12 vintage books—mostly Civil-War themed, until he ran out of those: Read more »

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6 Places to Eat like a King on Elvis' Birthday

Local bakeries and restaurants are celebrating Elvis Presley's 75th birthday by giving nod to the King's favorite sweets (bacon maple doughnuts!) and eats (peanut butter and banana sandwiches!). Celebrate a rock-n-roll icon with a hunka food from one of these local spots:

Bacon and Maple Raised Doughnut, Top Pot Doughnuts
Head to the downtown location (2124 5th Ave.) for a sweet and salty Elvis-inspired sweet available today only! Or swing by the our Mobile Chowdown this Saturday's and get a deep-fried goodie at the Top Pot trailer.
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Weekly Must List: January 8-10

MUST TASTE
Mobile Chowdown
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Help Restore Magnuson Park Wetlands

Come along over the next two Saturdays (December 9 and 16) from 9 AM to 1 PM to help the Parks Department restore one of the largest natural wildlife habitats in Seattle's urban corridor, the wetlands of Magnuson Park. Be a part of the solution and get some exercise and fresh air while you're at it. Look for Parks staffer Miriam Preus at Bldg. #308 off of NE 65th St at 9 AM. Parking available in the lot adjacent to Bldg. #308 to the left upon entering the park.

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Mobile Chowdown Round II January 9

If you’re one of the few who missed the first Mobile Chowdown last fall, here’s your chance to mend your mistake (full disclosure, Seattle magazine is a proud co-sponsor, along with Suzuki+Chou Communimedia and The Freehold Group). Read more »

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Weekly Must List: December 30-January 5

MUST CELEBRATE
New Year's Eve Celebration at the Century Ballroom
Given the lineups of years past (live salsa, Afro-Cuban and swing dance music) and 2,000 square feet awaiting your best moves, we’re pretty sure this is exactly where you want to ring in the new year. 7 p.m. dinner; 9:30 p.m. dance. $40–$120 (reservations required; formal attire encouraged). Century Ballroom, 915 E Pine St.; 206.324.7263 Read more »

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