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Rubinstein Bagels is one of J. Kenji Lv=pez-Alt???s favorite local bagel places, Thursday, Jan. 6, 2022, in Seattle???s Capitol Hill neighborhood. Lv=pez-Alt gets ready to nosh on his personal favorite sandwich here, an untoasted everything bagel with in-house-made fried onion, chive cream cheese and salmon lox.

The year’s biggest cookbook is here. Seattle author J. Kenji López-Alt shares his favorite recipes in ‘The Wok.’

Rubinstein Bagels is one of J. Kenji Lv=pez-Alt???s favorite local bagel places, Thursday, Jan. 6, 2022, in Seattle???s Capitol Hill neighborhood. Lv=pez-Alt gets ready to nosh on his personal favorite sandwich here, an untoasted everything bagel with in-house-made fried onion, chive cream cheese and salmon lox.

March 21, 2022, 6:05am Entertainment

As every J. Kenji López-Alt super fan knows, March 8 was the release date of “The Wok: Recipes and Techniques,” arguably the most anticipated cookbook of the year. Read story

A recipe for Bread Salad with Kale, Beets & Blue Cheese.

Tame tough kale salads with salt massage

A recipe for Bread Salad with Kale, Beets & Blue Cheese.

March 16, 2022, 6:07am Food

Kale salads may be all the rage, but served raw, the sturdy green can be off-puttingly tough. Read story

A recipe for Whole-Wheat Fettuccine With Leeks, Cabbage & Gruyere.

Italian Alps region inspires hearty whole-wheat pasta dish

A recipe for Whole-Wheat Fettuccine With Leeks, Cabbage & Gruyere.

March 16, 2022, 6:05am Food

Travel to the far north of Italy and the terrain gets rougher, the weather colder, and the pastas more rustic. For centuries, buckwheat was one of the few grains hardy enough to survive in Valtellina, a small valley in the shadow of the Alps, and it shows in the food. Read story

This rich, extra-chocolately pudding gets its smooth creaminess from avocado.

Sustainably scrumptious: Chocolate Avocado Pudding a sweet way to use extra avocados

This rich, extra-chocolately pudding gets its smooth creaminess from avocado.

March 16, 2022, 6:02am Clark County Life

You know you’ve done it — purchased a few avocados with the full intent of making guacamole or slicing them up for sandwiches or salads, and then the moment passes. Within a day that perfectly ripe avocado goes from good to gray and mushy. You slice it open and think,… Read story

Sharon Lane, photographed in January 1983, was hired as a ???women???s news??? reporter at The Seattle Times in 1967.

How female food writers penned their way out of the home kitchen

Sharon Lane, photographed in January 1983, was hired as a ???women???s news??? reporter at The Seattle Times in 1967.

March 14, 2022, 6:06am Food

I still remember the smell of the kitchen at my first job. Bleach, mixed with old fryer oil, cigarette smoke, and French onion soup. I started as a busser; clearing plates, filling waters, bringing out salads. Read story

Chehalis tribes opened the country’s first distillery on reservation land

March 13, 2022, 6:05am Food

The Indian Intercourse Act of 1834 — intended to regulate trade and “preserve the peace on the frontiers” — made the manufacturing of liquor in “Indian Country” illegal. Nearly 200 years later, the first Native-owned distillery on U.S. reservation land opened in Washington state. Read story

Vegetable seeds line the shelves of Home Depot, March 1, 2022. People in Washington state can use food stamps to buy plants and seeds, in addition to food.

For some Washington families, gardening starts with food stamps

Vegetable seeds line the shelves of Home Depot, March 1, 2022. People in Washington state can use food stamps to buy plants and seeds, in addition to food.

March 13, 2022, 6:05am Food

Home gardener Maggie Slighte was thrilled to discover that she could use food assistance program benefits to purchase seeds and food-bearing plants nearly 20 years ago. Slighte, who is lower-income and lives in Olympia with ADHD, autism and Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, has been dialing in her strategy for growing food to… Read story

Mule deer backstrap steaks are seen cooking in Jaden Bales' kitchen south of Lander, Wyoming, on Thursday, March 3, 2022. Bales collected the deer after Lander resident Marta Casey accidentally hit it with her car. Bales used a new state of Wyoming mobile app for claiming road-killed animals to eat. The app may be the first of its kind in the U.S.

Wyoming’s new app for claiming roadkill may be first of its kind

Mule deer backstrap steaks are seen cooking in Jaden Bales' kitchen south of Lander, Wyoming, on Thursday, March 3, 2022. Bales collected the deer after Lander resident Marta Casey accidentally hit it with her car. Bales used a new state of Wyoming mobile app for claiming road-killed animals to eat. The app may be the first of its kind in the U.S.

March 12, 2022, 4:18pm Business

The aroma of sizzling meat in melted butter wafts from a cast iron pan while Jaden Bales shows his favorite way to cook up the best steak cuts from a big game animal. Read story