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Winter Issue 2015  SEATTLE, WA 47.6097   N   122.3331   W     To some extent, Seattle remains a frontier metropolis, a pla...
Contents 4   Relish Recommends 6   The Anatomy of Desire 7   Spoil Your Dinner 8   Rooftop Dining 9   Ros   Revival 10   F...
Credits Words Courtesy of Kinfolk Magazine Cereal Magazine The Stranger Seattle Metropolitan Magazine Open Table The Seatt...
Appetizers  Relish Recommends Craving something new  We   ve found the best new spots in town changing Seattle   s culinar...
Appetizers  Salare 2404 NE 65th Street, American   Caribbean Salare   s menu fuses Jordan   s upbringing in the South, the...
Appetizers  The Anatomy of Desire Seattleites love their coffee, but not all coffee is created equal We set out to find th...
Appetizers  Spoil Your Dinner We don   t always condone dessert before dinner. But when lavender ice cream is involved, wh...
Appetizers  Rooftop Dining  Want a truly unique dining experience  Head to the revolving restaurant at the top of the Seat...
Appetizers  Ros   Revival Five years ago, pink wine was relegated to the bottom supermarket shelf. Today it   s a harbinge...
Entr  es  10   Relish
Entr  es  Food Without Illusions Words By Sarah Rowland Images by Bar Sajour   Kinfolk Magazine Award-winning Northwest ch...
Entr  es  12   Relish
Entr  es Everything you make is cooked exclusively by wood flame. How did you decide on that particular method  I like tha...
Entr  es  How to Eat a Sunflower Words By Angela Garbes Images By Cafe Barjot  14   Relish
Entr  es Until recently, I had never eaten sunflowers before, let alone known that they were edible or tasty. But then I h...
Entr  es  Homemade ginger basil lemonade,fresh sparkling apple cider, black pepper lemon octopus bites  16   Relish
Entr  es  Coffey came to Barjot almost a year ago, under the agreement that he d temporarily help owner Wylie Bush get din...
Entr  es  Artisanal Toast  Words By Hannah Goldfield Images By Tallulah Cafe  18   Relish
Entr  es  Talullah Cafe  550 19th Ave E, Seattle, WA 98112  206  860-0077   Mediterranean   American  Rare is the food tre...
Entr  es     Part of the moral outrage here is economic  Toast is meant to be a thrifty food, meant to make homespun, happ...
Entr  es  We   re willing to spend more energy and money on food than ever before, and we are what we eat   not only liter...
Entr  es  22   Relish
Entr  es  Seattle   s Favorite Coffee Shop Words By Johanna Han Images By Kinfolk Magazine   Jeff Scott Shaw  Analog Coffe...
Entr  es  24   Relish
Entr  es  What objective did you have in mind when you started Analog  What we hoped to accomplish with Analog was to crea...
Coloring the Gray Away Where do you find some color in America   s grayest city  Look no further than local food.
Rainier Cherries
Rainier cherries are Seattle   s gold. The Rainier cherry is the sweetest, prettiest and most pampered of cherries, as del...
King Salmon  Caught in the icy waters of the North Pacific, the King Salmon is a favorite everywhere. A true Seattle tradi...
Plantains  Plantains are typically eaten cooked, sometimes along with their leaves and fibers, and are usually large, angu...
Himalayan and evergreen blackberries are European species of blackberry that are actually considered highly invasive and d...
Washington designated the apple as the official state fruit in 1989. Washington produces about 42 percent of the apples gr...
Penn Cove Mussels  Penn Cove farms both the native Penn Cove Mussels and Mediterranean Mussels. Both of these types of mus...
Washington gooseberries are self-pollinating with mild flavor  good for use in jams and juice as well as eaten fresh. They...
Mints  Cooking With Cannabis  What happens when five Seattle chefs get together to create recipes that will satisfy your h...
Mints  Theo   the Chocolate Factory Fair-trade, locally grown, organic chocolate made entirely in Seattle  Yes, please we ...
Sneak Peak  Spring Issue 2016  VANCOUVER, BC 49.2827   N   123.1207   W     This great restaurant city is the heartland of...