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Lessons from Cooking

Writing about food is on par with trying to describe a dream you had last night. There is no way that you can properly convey what that experience means to you. You can only come up with a laundry list of adjectives and hope that you communicate a portion of that experience to the reader. It […]

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What’s For Dinner?

Our hands are our best tools in the kitchen, and let’s be honest, it’s just more fun getting our hands dirty (as long as you have a sturdy napkin). This recipe is easy to make and fun to eat. It’s a good candidate for lunch and dinner, and it doesn’t hurt that it’s healthy, either. […]

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Curried Pickled Carrots

A few years ago, many restaurants began offering appetizers of homemade pickles. They also starting adding them as condiments and toppings and began making fancier versions as side dishes. And unlike some food trends that are easy to tire of, I still love pickles. As a home cook, I started pickling not long after I […]

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What’s For Dinner?

If you are in the cooking mood, but are facing obstacles such as wanting to keep it healthy and on the cheaper side, here is the perfect recipe for you. Here, Vom Fass owner Kim Weiss has shared a recipe and broken down the nutrition label and cost per person. This is a quick and […]

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Summer Salts Recipe Series: Part 3

The third part of our summer salts recipe series is all about Fleur de Sel, a sea salt from the Eastern Algarve. Fleur de Sel translates to “the flower of the salt.” These rare salt crystals only form in optimal weather conditions, and must be scooped by hand within a few hours of forming. This […]

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Leftover Scramble

I am feeling the need to talk about salt and seasoning. This is prompted by a wedding I recently attended. Thankfully, the couple doesn’t live near here and hopefully don’t regularly follow my columns so I can discuss it truthfully. Almost anything can taste okay with enough seasoning. Yes, there are some disasters that even […]

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Summer Salts Recipe Series: Part 2

The second part of our summer salts recipe series highlights the Danish Smoked Salt. This is a pure sea salt from the Dead Sea which is cold-smoked over hickory wood, a traditional style prepared by the Vikings, which allows an intensive smoky taste. This salt is particularly good for grilled meats and fish, due to it’s nutty, […]

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Summer Salts Recipe Series: Part 1

In the latest issue of our magazine, you will find the “Summer Salts” article, where we caught up with Vom Fass owner, Kim Weiss, to get the scoop on all things salt. What we discovered was that life exists beyond just kosher and sea salts, which inspired us to create a summer salt recipe series […]

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Homemade Huckleberry Milkshake

After years of being skunked, I finally found some huckleberries. And boy was it fun! I only sort of loosely went looking for them. I really just needed to go on a dog friendly hike and hadn’t been away from the quick ones near town in a while. I saw social media postings of others […]

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Take Lemons and Parsley Pop Up Dinner to Your Home

If you missed the Lebanese pop up dinner thrown at Persephone Bakery‘s cafe or you are simply craving a taste of Nona Yehia’s Meditteranean cuisine, then we have a treat for you. Yehia, the creative force behind the Lemons and Parsley pop up concept and a local architect, has shared a recipe for one of the […]

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Farmers’ Market Favorites: Roast Chicken Night

This past week has been a refreshing reminder that yes, we in fact do live in the mountains. With three days of rain and 50 to 60 degree days I think affectionately back to summertime in Seattle, when even though it’s August, you still have to look at the weather report before planning anything outside. As a […]

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Farmers’ Market Favorites: BBQ Night

Recently I have been noticing a healthy but slightly disturbing trend after coming home from the People’s Market and Saturday market, my tiny fridge is full of veggies. By full, I mean barley shut the door full. I have a juicer to directly combat this onslaught of veggies that gets replenished twice a week but […]

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Raspberry Jalapeño Cilantro Jam

Last week I was in Park City, Utah, and I had the best afternoon snack. It was a piece of thick wheat bread, slathered with a smear of softened goat cheese and topped with a habanero-orange jam. It was the perfect piece of toast. If I lived near this restaurant (Publik Coffee Roaster if you […]

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Peach Barbeque Sauce

Peaches scream summer to me.  There is something about the delectable fruit that is typically best eaten on a hot day on the deck so the juices can just run down your chin. And the best peaches, I believe, are grown in the hottest states: Georgia, South Carolina and Texas, for example. Not long ago, […]

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