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Rice deserves more attention! Let’s start here
4 days 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
1 week 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 weeks 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 weeks 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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Intentionalist: a local startup wants to help you spend money for good
1 month ago

Intentionalist: a local startup wants to help you spend money for good

by Bao Nguyen September 6, 2018

With the tremendous growth Seattle has seen over the past few years came an undeniable realization that the city is rapidly evolving. Traffic congestion …
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Justus Cafe: an ordinary cafe with an extraordinary owner
2 months ago

Justus Cafe: an ordinary cafe with an extraordinary owner

by Kelly Guava Jelly August 25, 2018

After passing through the security checkpoint at the Seattle Superior Courthouse entrance on 3rd & James, visitors are greeted by a convenience store …
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Ceviche: more than just a dish, it is an ancient way of cooking
2 months ago

Ceviche: more than just a dish, it is an ancient way of cooking

By  •  Culinary

by LeAnn Nguyen August 19, 2018

In a diverse food town like Seattle, ceviche is certainly no stranger. It does seem to stand out a bit in the Latin …
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Tibet Fest 2018: Preserving An Endangered Culture and Celebrating A Community
2 months ago

Tibet Fest 2018: Preserving An Endangered Culture and Celebrating A Community

by Sumyat Thu August 17, 2018

It’s no small feat for the Pacific Northwest Tibetan American community to put together a weekend-long event like Tibet Fest. Compared to other …
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Have You Had Momo Dumplings?
2 months ago

Have You Had Momo Dumplings?

by LeAnn Nguyen August 14, 2018

It’s not hard to see why dumplings are so popular. They’re bite-sized and easy to eat, fun and versatile with countless possibilities for …
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Lahmacun: the Middle Eastern flatbread you’re missing out on
2 months ago

Lahmacun: the Middle Eastern flatbread you’re missing out on

by LeAnn Nguyen August 10, 2018

Dough and topping: is there a more iconic food duo? Few things can beat the simplicity of plopping your favorite meats and vegetables …
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