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Seattle Cooks: Signature Recipes from the City's Best Chefs and Bartenders by Julien Perry

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  • Salsa macha with chips [Chester Gerl]

    • mjes on September 06, 2018

      Exciting new cookbook ... well at least if you lived in Seattle for half a century, so I had to try something immediately. Salsa macha was selected based on time and ingredients. I was not familiar with a simple nuts(seed)/chili/garlic/vinegar salsa. It is very good ... but I can't help wondering if it wouldn't be even better with a different vinegar. Obviously, I'll have to repeat the recipe many times to check my theory out.

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  • Eat Your Books by Jenny Hartin

    Seattle Cooks delivers the best of the PNW city's chefs and bartenders eats and drinks and is one of our EYBD Books.

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  • ISBN 10 1773270354
  • ISBN 13 9781773270357
  • Published Sep 04 2018
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 224
  • Language English
  • Countries United States, Canada
  • Publisher Figure 1 Publishing

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Seattle Cooks is an exciting collection of 80 signature dishes from 40 of the city’s best restaurants. Featuring crowd-pleasing small plates, vibrant salads, comforting mains, delectable desserts, and much more, this expansive cookbook highlights a vibrant culinary scene that makes Seattle one of the best food cities in the country. A never-before-published recipe for Dahlia’ Lounge’s iconic Dungeness crab cakes? Check. Tavolàta’s hamachi crudo? Check. Revel’s kalua pork belly? Check. We’ve even included Jerry Traunfeld's famous eggplant fries, RockCreek's octopus salad, and E. Smith Mercantile’s thirst-quenching smoky martini.