Foodbloggers Pike Place Market Tour with Seattle Bites Part I: in Pictures
The oven at Taste. When I heard the words "all metal", I am sure I felt Don cringe from somewhere in the crowd. I cringed for him, and then was relieved to find out it was only because of regulations due to that other stuff in the building. Art.
The froup. (Foodbloggers group.)
One of my favorites. Vegetable samosas from Saffron Spice.
Seattle Bite's cutie.
Frank's on my way back from the tour. This wasn't part of the tour, but it's my market peeps closing up. Jokes were made about me being a tourist for the day. A perfect ending to it.
I am a Northeastern Pennsylvania girl, who has lived in Seattle for 9 years. I run a small baking business called The Lonely Radish, which started after moving back to Seattle from a stint of living back in PA. Back in Seattle, I had more time to bake, and realized that at least for a while I'd like to spend my day with butter instead of the general public. That while turned into three years. I am loving food more than ever, and am attending culinary school at Le Cordon Bleu. If I am not cooking, baking, reading, or daydreaming about food, I am shopping for it, or watching shows about it. I collect vintage cooking pamphlets, and love Belgian beer. I enjoy reading, writing, conversation, playing board and card games, and listening to records. I am also very sarcastic and like dry humor, Dean Martin, and Irving Berlin.
I prefer not to use the words easy, simple, quick, healthy, low fat, etc. to describe the recipes I post. It doesn't mean that they are not some, or all of these things. I just don't like labels. Not on people, or food. If a recipe is good, it's good. Plus who am I to determine what someone else thinks is healthy and quick.
Placet cuique suum.