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Why Some Like it Hot: and other delicious ways to cool off this summer
3 years ago

Why Some Like it Hot: and other delicious ways to cool off this summer

July 7, 2015

Ethnic Seattle – With the record-breaking heat of this past June giving Seattleites a taste of what’s to come this summer, we’ve all been clamoring to find …
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Shopping in the International District
3 years ago

Shopping in the International District

By: Cody Bay – Seattle Magazine

Start at Main Street and Sixth and walk down to Jackson Street for two of the most stimulating spots in Japantown: (1) Kobo at Higo, a former Japanese …
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Summer’s Cool Alternative to Coffee: Bubble Bubble Tea
3 years ago

Summer’s Cool Alternative to Coffee: Bubble Bubble Tea

July 6, 2015

Ethnic Seattle – Bubble tea is a great alternative to highly caffeinated iced coffee or heavy ice cream. It’s a treat that leaves customers satisfied but not …
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Spicy Peanut Dipping Sauce
3 years ago

Spicy Peanut Dipping Sauce

By  •  Recipes

Always a favorite, this peanut sauce is light and easy to prepare and great for dipping spring rolls or chicken. It can be kept in the fridge for a few days.

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In South Korea, hiking has become almost a national identity
3 years ago

In South Korea, hiking has become almost a national identity

By: Chico Harlan – The Washington Post

July 28, 2015

South Koreans are weekend warriors. The sport of choice? Hiking. Mountains are everywhere, and most can be climbed in a …
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How to shop Seattle-area Asian markets — and score the best bargains
3 years ago

How to shop Seattle-area Asian markets — and score the best bargains

By Hsiao-Ching Chou – The Seattle Times

Asian markets can seem daunting, because of the cacophony of unfamiliar products and multilingual packaging, as well as a shopping etiquette that sometimes lacks …
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Seattle’s P-Patch Gardens Give Immigrants a Taste of Home
3 years ago

Seattle’s P-Patch Gardens Give Immigrants a Taste of Home

By: Rachel Belle – My Northwest

In Seattle’s P-Patch community gardens you’ll hear languages from all over the world. In West Seattle’s High Point, the gardeners are mostly Southeast Asian immigrants from Laos, …
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Cambodian Nhoam Salad
3 years ago

Cambodian Nhoam Salad

 

Ingredients

  • Optional: Add Chicken, Tofu, Beef, Prawns
  • 1 1/2 cup shredded cabbage
  • 1 1/2 cup shredded lettuce
  • 1/2 cup thinly sliced …
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Chinatown Parade 2015
3 years ago

Chinatown Parade 2015

Here’s what you missed!

Photos by: Phoebe Poon

The Top 5 Sites for Cheap Student Flights
3 years ago

The Top 5 Sites for Cheap Student Flights

By  •  Travel

By: Suzy Strutner – The Huffington Post

July 20, 2015

Travel can be tough to afford when you’re a college student strapped for cash. But plenty of websites offer stellar student …
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