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Seattle Chinatown One-Day Shopping & Dining Guide
4 weeks ago

Seattle Chinatown One-Day Shopping & Dining Guide

By Bao Nguyen Updated by Tammy Deets November 19, 2018

Sure, you could play the jostling game on Black Friday to hunt for bargains. Or you could use your fingers …
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Hitch a Ride on the Bangkok Food Truck
4 weeks ago

Hitch a Ride on the Bangkok Food Truck

by Monica Beach November 21, 2018

I’d been hearing about a bright yellow food truck located near my house for months before finally having the chance to stop by one …
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Corto Fino serves up the finest cut of Mexican halal
1 month ago

Corto Fino serves up the finest cut of Mexican halal

by Bao Nguyen

Not yet done with his 30s and Martin (Mar-teen) Perez already has an impressive resume of experiences. He’s been a cook, a waiter, a personal trainer, a barber. He’s …
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Sugar & Spice: baking cookies at the edge of a generation
1 month ago

Sugar & Spice: baking cookies at the edge of a generation

by Bao Nguyen

After starting up their confectionery company Sugar & Spice, Audrey Szeto and Michael Wang sold their first cookie during a public event held at Kai Market. For …
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Kabocha: a pumpkin you’ve probably had and never even know
2 months ago

Kabocha: a pumpkin you’ve probably had and never even know

By  •  Culinary

by Taylor Hoang October 28, 2019

We’re now well into October which means Halloween, candies, cooler weather and of course lots of pumpkins. These fall veggies aren’t eaten a …
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Dia de los Muertos Festival 2018: a celebration of generations
2 months ago

Dia de los Muertos Festival 2018: a celebration of generations

by Bao Nguyen October 25, 2018

As a young Mexican American growing up in the U.S., Edgardo Garcia Galicia forgot all about Dia de los Muertos. He thought Halloween …
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Rice deserves more attention! Let’s start here
2 months ago

Rice deserves more attention! Let’s start here

By  •  Culinary

by Bao Nguyen October 15, 2018

For as long as people have been farming, rice was there. Basically a grass seed, this versatile grain was domesticated between 8000-13,000 years ago …
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Ovidio Cartagena: A Mayan Artist in Seattle
2 months ago

Ovidio Cartagena: A Mayan Artist in Seattle

by Jacqueline McCrief October 10, 2018

I waited for Ovidio Cartagena at the entrance of Pike Place Market. Like most Sundays, tourists filled the nearby streets, snapping selfies and perusing …
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Birria: a Mexican stew infused with history, culture, and spice
2 months ago

Birria: a Mexican stew infused with history, culture, and spice

by Bao Nguyen October 8, 2018

For most of us in the U.S., soups and stews aren’t things we think of when it comes to Mexican food. On the …
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Teaching Kids to eat Chicken Feet in a Nugget Kind of World
3 months ago

Teaching Kids to eat Chicken Feet in a Nugget Kind of World

by Carolyn Koh September 25, 2018

This summer’s hit rom-com Crazy Rich Asians had a lot of people talking about Asian American culture and how generational values are retained…or …
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