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Greek Stick Meat And Lemon Garlic Potatoes

June 13, 2017

In this part of the world, summer generally shows up July 4. Up until that point, our skies are usually filled with rain. But this year, as it has been for a couple now, summer has been showing up early, and a great way to embrace the early start would be dusting off the grills and getting a head start...

The Gooder Burger

June 1, 2017

With warm season get-togethers coming up, the mighty burger is a backyard party staple. They’re easy, fun to grill and can be customized to appease most tastebuds. Purchase 2.25 pounds of ground meat with a lean to fat ratio of 80:20 from a reputable grocery store or butcher. (Step 1) Place it in a me...

Crepes with Homemade Strawberry Sauce

May 14, 2017

Warning: This Sunday, May 14, marks the day when most restaurants cater to people recognizing the hard work, love and devotion mothers give to their families. Consequently, most restaurants will be filled to the brim with families wanting to celebrate. This means if you want to eat at a restaurant...

Pop Pop Thai Street Food

April 29, 2017

I am a type of person who always spends my Friday afternoons at Thai restaurants, and this time, “Pop Pop Thai Street Food” popped into my list. It’s located on Aurora Avenue, near LA Fitness and the Asian Food Center, but that day, I didn’t feel like making a trip anywhere at all. Thankfully,...

Frying Rage: Controlling Your Tempura

April 29, 2017

How many people enjoy being punched in the gut? Probably the same number that enjoy having to pay sushi restaurant prices for tiny pieces of delicious seafood and fried vegetable chips. Many of us on a budget would make it ourselves if we knew how. Knowing how to make tempura yourself cuts the cost...

I’ll See Your Chicken Parmesan and Raise You Eggplant Parmesan

April 15, 2017

Have you ever been to a restaurant that prepares vegetarian dishes exclusively? Ever wonder why everything is expensive? They're just vegetables. Well, it’s because there’s a lot of labor involved to prepare vegetables to be as well-received as their meat counterparts. Sometimes you come across...

Uwajimaya Deli

April 15, 2017

Two of my friends and I were having a hard time deciding where to eat — I can’t eat spicy food, friend number one doesn’t eat pork and friend number two was abstaining from red meat. After two hours of “no” to all the places I suggested, I came up with a somewhat brilliant idea: Since we were...

Ono Authentic Hawaiian Poke

March 19, 2017

As the new foodie craze in Seattle, poke is not a hard find for SCC students looking for a fix of some raw, sea-drenched goodness. A wave of poke restaurants has swept across the Pacific Northwest, leaving behind delicious, chunky gems of salmon and tuna atop white rice and leafy greens. For those who’ve...

Muffuletta

March 19, 2017

Party time! Almost. Just a few more days of cramming for exams, finishing projects and dotting the last sentences of our essays and we’ll be free to celebrate the victories and dwell in our sorrows. YAY! No better way to celebrate than by inviting some friends over and treating them to a muffuletta....

Spaghetti in Tomato Sauce, Italianized

March 4, 2017

Hankering for a bowl of spaghetti in tomato sauce that tastes like the one you had at that one place? You know, that nice Italian joint down the street owned and operated by that one Italian family. That place where, upon arrival, your senses become pleasantly overwhelmed with smells of garlic, basil,...

Fashion Dim Sum

March 4, 2017

There are no dim sum places in Shoreline. I say that with unabashed confidence because my obsession with dumplings knows no bounds — I make it a point to know every restaurant with dumplings within a five mile radius of myself. I also make it a point to visit every single one at least once. Som...

Summer Salad in Winter

February 18, 2017

By Martin Musialczyk As winter continues to show its ugly side in so many ways, whether it be in the form of snow, wind, rain, ice or more rain, sometimes dreaming of the warmer parts of the year can get us past some of those seasonal blues. So, let’s transform a $3 pint of tomatoes into an elegant,...

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