- Dinner at Cafe Fish, at Tobermory on the Isle of Mull | Seattle Foodshed on Cuan Mor Bar in Oban, Scotland
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- Dinner at Cafe Fish, at Tobermory on the Isle of Mull | Seattle Foodshed on The Seafood Hut at the Ferry Port, Oban, Scotland
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Monthly Archives: February 2012
These cheese and chicken enchiladas are an easy weeknight dinner. Or, make a batch in the evening and have lunches for the week. Either way, they’re warm, filling, and delicious.
This dinner is ridiculously quick and easy, and good for you too. The richness of the seared scallops contrasts with the sweet crunch of the romaine and the tangy, simple lemon dressing. Love this meal idea from Mark Bittman.
We drive by the Gourmet Burger Shop in Gig Harbor every time we head out to the cabin. We were curious to try it out, especially after we learned that Ravensara (one of our favorite coffee shop/bakeries) makes their buns. … Continue reading
Last night we went on a date with destiny. Not to be dramatic, but Hilliard’s is destined to be our new favorite beer brewery in Seattle. Hilliard’s Beer is brewed in a tall, airy warehouse-with-flair in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood. (We’ll … Continue reading
A lazy Sunday morning calls for good coffee, fresh orange juice and walnut bread french toast. We’re awfully fond of Essential Baking Company, and their organic walnut bread makes excellent french toast.
Tonight we’re headed to the south of France. Not on British Airways like the long weekend in Brussels – just here in our kitchen, preparing a french dinner, and thinking a tad longingly of Nice. (If we can’t have Nice, … Continue reading
This is a great loaf to make on a Sunday night, for a week of lunches. Serve it on a bed of wilted spinach, swiss chard, or just eat it plain with a little ketchup or bbq sauce. It’s another … Continue reading
The Seattle FoodShed is obviously based in Seattle. But, when we travel to our little cabin on the Key Peninsula, we still cook fun feasts. The twist is, our little cabin is really little – 10 feet by 12 feet. … Continue reading
This clean, light salad brings the warmth of the Mediterranean to your home, even on a drab, wintry Seattle day. The tangy champagne dressing, combined with the grilled tuna and fresh vegetables makes for a salad that feels as good … Continue reading
We don’t usually make fried food, but this buttermilk fried chicken recipe from Thomas Keller‘s ‘ad hoc at home’ cookbook was irresistible. Then we invited over some friends, and served it up with the black truffle mashed potatoes and some greens … Continue reading