When Capitol Hill pizzeria Dino’s Tomato Pie opened about four months ago, it generated a flurry of chatter.

A Wallingford family takes its pizza tradition outside

By the close of 2015, Seattle will be home to a handful of new pizza restaurants. Here’s the not-so-skinny on cheese, crust, and fixins from Frelard to Capitol Hill. Happy early New Year.

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The surprising rise of chef Jay Blackinton, who channeled the spirit of Orcas Island’s rad farming and food culture to find something like stardom

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Owners and brothers Adam Cone and Aaron Crosleycone (a mash-up of his and his wife’s last names) told me they’d painted the second coming of World Pizza a bright tomato red to combat the gray Seattle sky.

Jerry Corso may not be a household name quite yet, but to the tight-knit chef crowd, he’s well known and much loved.

Madison Park, long marooned at the farthest reaches of E Madison Street with just ice cream, burgers and pub food to stave off its residents’ hunger pangs, is in the midst of a culinary rebirth.

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