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Food

Soup of the Day: Northwest Chowder

Seattle is known for a lot of things, including grunge, the Space Needle, Death Cab for Cutie. We should be known for our chowder. Pike’s Place Chowder has won international chowder competitions, beating out those east coast chowderheads. We have plenty of amazing fish and shellfish in the Northwest. It inspired me to make a […]

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Food

Have Salmon, Make Chowder

So hopefully you had a chance to make the delicious grilled salmon that I told you about on Wednesday. I promised a recipe that would allow you to use that left over fish. I am not a big one for reheating fish…it’s yucky in my mind. But I will use left over salmon for my […]

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Food

We Love Salmon

So living in the Northwest has some great benefits. Salmon is one of them! I never ate salmon before living out here. But fresh salmon is awesome. The best way to eat it is grilled. I find the wild salmon is the best. It is also a great way to get those Omega 3’s we […]

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Science

Science News: 7/31/12

This week’s science news update is taking a walk on the weird side. Vampire stars, sneezing monkeys, and stargazing whales? Cool! We also have several hotly disputed studies that were released this week, which, if true, could change what we know about dark matter and early humans and if not, highlight the problems of rushing […]

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Politics

The Seriousness of Salmon

Even though I work in politics, I find myself shying away from great spectacles like the State of the Union address. Ever since I got into this business, I find myself focusing on the strangest things. (Who let him on stage in that tie? Who decided that that schmuck should be in the camera shot? […]