Dlist Magazine here in Seattle did a Q&A with me and it ran in their 51st issue called, “The Future Issue”. In it they called me “chef of the future” which is a tremendous honor. Also in the magazine is one of my favorite restaurants, Spur, and a very cool information about canning from Kathy Casey. Also, the best ever, Seattle Food Geek! Lots of good stuff so check it out for yourself online (click here for link then click […]
Part of the deal for meeting up with Mr. Kramer was for Jeth, Scott, and I to do a little cooking for Mr. Kramer at his house. “So, we get to tour his shop and cook for him………..AWESOME!”. The following pictures are from Scott and his fancy new camera. First up Scott’s Caramelized Carrot and Coconut Foam Soup (the glass is tilted, you’re not that drunk yet). Next up was my pickled dish. Pickled golden beets, pickled sea […]
(Keanu Reeves impression) Woah……. I’ve been waiting a long time for this book and then Rivera Claus’ bought me this for Christmas……best parents ever. Michel Bras is an absolute genius and I talked about him before on this little blog o’ mine (click here!). The book was actually considerably less than the $400-$600 price tag that I found it for a year ago so that’s a bright spot for this lovely economy. Like I said before in my […]
Mindy and I went out last weekend to Revel. I’ve been waiting for this place to open and originally had an invite to attend a soft opening for it but I had to work so instead of whining and crying about it Mindy and I went out for lunch on the weekend. We walked in and we were the first ones there at 11AM and I immediately fell in love with the set up of the restaurant. IT’S OPEN!! I […]
Sometimes they let me out of the restaurant….. A few weeks ago chef Kevin asked me to work an event held at the Burke Museum on the University of Washington campus for a book release by Amy Gulick. Her book, “Salmon in the Trees: Life in Alaska’s Tongass Rain Forest”, showed her journey through Alaska while she snapped photos of wildlife in the Tongass Rain Forest. Buy her book here (click) I was asked to serve a geoduck ceviche which […]
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