Josh Henderson

Last week, Centerplate, Safeco Field’s official catering and event partner, and Seattle restaurateur Ethan Stowell unveiled the ballpark’s new 2017 menu, continuing the emphasis of locally sourced and fresh Pacific Northwest fare

Ten years ago, Josh Henderson left a sweet gig cooking for photographers on location in Los Angeles to start a little truck in Seattle called Skillet.

It's only February, and this year is already looking to rival Josh Henderson's very productive 2013 — a year that spawned Skillet Diner Ballard, Westward, Little Gull, Hollywood Tavern and Cone Steiner — Henderson has announced that he and his Hux

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You’ve gotta figure that a guy who builds his business out of an Airstream trailer has a sense of humor and a lightness of heart, and Josh Henderson’s Skillet Diner—the new brick-and-mortar sister of food truck Sk