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Savor the Flavors of Seattle
The Seattle food scene is a way of life. Foragers find mushrooms in the forests, nettles by the creeks, and sea beans by the ocean. Fish mongers and farmers take pride in their ingredients, and artisan cheese makers, butchers, chefs, chocolatiers, baristas, and roasters push the boundaries of the city’s playful palate. In Food Lovers’ Guide to Seattle, seasoned food writer Keren Brown shares the inside scoop on the best places to find, enjoy, and celebrate these culinary treasures. A bounty of mouthwatering delights awaits you in this engagingly written guide.
With delectable recipes from the renowned kitchens of the city’s iconic eateries, diners, and elegant dining rooms, Food Lovers’ Guide to Seattle is the ultimate resource for food lovers to use and savor.
Inside You'll Find:
• Favorite restaurants and landmark eateries
• Specialty food stores and markets
• Farmers’ markets
• Food festivals and culinary events
• Recipes from top Seattle chefs
• The city’s best cafes, taverns, and wine bars
• Cooking classes
• Complete coverage of Pike Place Market
Fueled by insatiable curiosity to uncover every food-related spot and meet every foodie in Seattle, Keren Brown began by enrolling in cooking classes. She would spend mornings in class; afternoons scouring the shelves of the city's cookware shops and specialty grocers or judging food contests, evenings in restaurants, and chronicling her journey on her blog, FranticFoodie.com.
Driven by relentless energy, she created the Seattle Food Blogger Events, monthly meet-ups for local food bloggers, and launched a series of networking and educational events, known as Foodportunity, for the entire Seattle food community, bringing together writers, culinary industry professionals, restaurateurs and food companies. In addition to her own blog she writes for SeattlePi.com and KIRO’s MyNorthwest.com. Keren Brown was named “Doer of the Week” by MarthaStewart.com as well as featured in the Puget Sound and Portland Business Journals. Keren lives in Seattle’s Queen Anne neighborhood with her husband and young son.
In fact, I loved this book so much I bought several copies for friends and family as gifts.
I've visited numerous places Keren has recommended in the Food Lovers' Guide to Seattle and I have been more than satisfied.
I look forward to working my way through the book and discovering new places to enjoy and revisiting old favorites!
my daughter lives in Seattle and this book was perfect for her, we own one alsoPublished 1 month ago by stormy Daze
Although the book was not for me it came in time for my manager that was leave the week after it was ordered(it was a gift) . I was so nervous it would not come in time and it did. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Emily M Rodriguez
Moving to Seattle in 2014 and this book is a must have for food lovers!!! It's been handy for research and we can't wait to try some of the places out!Published 15 months ago by Kelsey
I initially purchased this book as a coffee table book. However, most coffee table books are glossy and sleek, and the pages of this book are not of great quality. Read morePublished on October 12, 2012 by June
Wish I'd taken the time at purchase to see that there were no pictures inside, the paper is low quality. I bought three for gifts and didn't give them. Read morePublished on June 6, 2012 by Susie
Absolutely LOVE this book! It's great when I'm searching for new places to try or even places to take friends from out of town. Read morePublished on June 2, 2012 by Cait
Love this book. I constantly use it as a reference whenever guests are in town or when I'm planning on taking my daughters out for a get together. Read morePublished on June 1, 2012 by Barb
Well-written, but perhaps not the easiest guide to follow. It's great for newbies to town, not so much for those who generally know Seattle and are looking for a little extra... Read morePublished on August 22, 2011 by Denise Koenig