May 24, 2024


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Food TV Star Alton Brown Is Coming to Seattle

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Television set star and creator Alton Brown — of popular meals show “Good Eats” — is coming to Seattle for a guide signing celebration this week as component of a tour for his new ebook, on April 27 at 5:30 p.m. The event, which is advertising “Good Eats: The Remaining Years,” a book of recipes and food items points from Brown and from the return of his popular Television set demonstrate, “Good Eats,” will be at the Williams-Sonoma store in College Village. Tickets, which involve a signed copy of the guide, value $44 and are accessible on line.

“Top Chef” alums Shota Nakajima and Michael Voltaggio are planning two Woodinville dinners

Two “Top Chef” alums — Seattle’s Shota Nakajima and period six winner Michael Voltaggio — are collaborating for dinners at Woodinville’s Sparkman Cellars on June 2 and June 3. Proceeds of will be donated to World Central Kitchen, an business which is assisting provide totally free meals to the people today of Ukraine. The all-inclusive tickets go for $350, and will be on sale April 27 at 9 a.m. A backlink to the tickets will be shared on Nakajima’s Instagram. Luke Kolpin, one more “Top Chef” alum, will be the MC for the night, and is also contributing a class to the food. The Japanese and Northwest menu will element dishes like oysters with kombucha ponzu and soy ikura, and kombu cured kampachi with pickled porcini.

The U District is internet hosting a boba competition on April 30

In all probability due to the fact of the drink’s tremendous recognition among the Asian college or university students, the College District is residence to in excess of 20 bubble tea stores. Next the U District’s very first-ever Cherry Blossom Competition, which was held very last thirty day period and included cherry-blossom themed foods and drink specials around the community, the U District Partnership (a nonprofit that encourages organization in the neighborhood) is organizing a boba pageant on April 30.

Eighteen local outlets and cafes are taking part with specials, with offerings which includes a pink lychee smoothie topped with cheese foam from preferred Taiwanese chain Do not Yell at Me, an ube milk tea from Sip Property, and an Assam black tea flavored ice cream with a boba topping from Sweet Alchemy Ice Creamery.

Come across a map of taking part companies and a comprehensive listing of specials on the U District Partnership internet site.


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