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Feeding Minds Turns into Feeding People: Two Extend the Noodle Road from China to Seattle
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Feeding Minds Turns into Feeding People: Two Extend the Noodle Road from China to Seattle

by Jay Friedman September 21, 2016

You never know how you’ll fall into noodles. For two noodle-lovers who unexpectedly turned noodle-makers on University Way in Seattle’s University District, it’s been …
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Slideshow: Swirle x Fung Bros Popup in Chinatown-ID
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Slideshow: Swirle x Fung Bros Popup in Chinatown-ID

By Rosin Saez September 19, 2016

In case you missed it: Swirle and the Fung Bros brought a Thai rolled ice cream popup shop to Chinatown-International District this weekend. They …
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Celebrating the Thousand-Year-Old Mid-Autumn Festival
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Celebrating the Thousand-Year-Old Mid-Autumn Festival

By Nina Huang September 14, 2016

Chinese, Vietnamese, and other Southeast Asians celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival or Moon Festival, which falls on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month …
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Taste Test: People Try Mooncakes for the First Time
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Taste Test: People Try Mooncakes for the First Time

By Rosin Saez September 13, 2016

We are still ramping up for the Mid-Autumn Festival coming up this Thursday, September 15. It’s a holiday widely celebrated by Chinese, Taiwanese, and …
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Little Saigon Celebrates Cafe Sua Da and More on August 28
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Little Saigon Celebrates Cafe Sua Da and More on August 28

By Rosin Saez August 25, 2016

This year, Friends of Little Saigon are hosting a community festival that brings together Vietnamese American culture, food, arts, and entertainment. Celebrate Little Saigon this year …
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Crazy About Crawfish, from Vietnam to Louisiana to Seattle
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Crazy About Crawfish, from Vietnam to Louisiana to Seattle

By Jay Friedman August 18, 2016

When Hiep Ngo left his parents and seven siblings in Saigon as a teenager in 1989, he never imagined he’d someday be cooking up …
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History in Distress: Wing Luke Museum Says Despite Difficult Summer They Remain Vigilant
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History in Distress: Wing Luke Museum Says Despite Difficult Summer They Remain Vigilant

By Rosin Saez August 18, 2016

The Wing Luke Museum board of trustees shared a letter with the International Examiner this morning, and it was a note of both struggle …
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The Top Things to Check Out This Weekend: Aug 18–21
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The Top Things to Check Out This Weekend: Aug 18–21

By Rashi Bhogal August 18, 2016 . FOOD & DRINK

Thu, Aug 18 Baby Goats and Brews Reuben’s Brew is a family-owned brewery in the heart of Ballard. In the …
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Rachel Belle’s New Podcast Features Tom Douglas, Taylor Hoang, and Typhoon Shelter Crab
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Rachel Belle’s New Podcast Features Tom Douglas, Taylor Hoang, and Typhoon Shelter Crab

By Rosin Saez August 15, 2016

Tom Douglas, prolific Seattle restauranteur and chef, recently chatted with KIRO Radio’s Rachel Belle on her new podcast, Your Last Meal. They discuss, …
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Beyond Groceries: A Peek at the Handy Housewares Of Ethnic Markets
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Beyond Groceries: A Peek at the Handy Housewares Of Ethnic Markets

By Jacklyn Tran August 10, 2016

Seattle is blessed with a diversity of cultures that make for a unique blend of, well, everything. A trip to some of the local …
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