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Be Shellfish, Eat Oysters

Be Shellfish, Eat Oysters

I know what you’re thinking… It’s a little bit risky to be shellfish at this time of year. What with Santa making his list of the good boys and girls… It’s important to be careful on the homestretch. But if you want to make extra points for being good to yourself, I suggest eating lots
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Out with the New–In with the Old

Out with the New–In with the Old

The classics have always been a staple in the culinary scene. Back in the old school days of the 60’s 70’s and 80’s you could not go into a restaurant without seeing the words Rockefeller, Thermidor, Diane or Napoleon. Every costumer knew exactly what all these dishes were comprised of. New school menus have niche
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It’s Engagement Season!

It’s Engagement Season!

It’s engagement season, and we love weddings AND celebrations at Salty’s! This is where Seattle comes to celebrate, so we thought we’d take a moment to highlight some of our favorite facts about this time of year and offer some advice on how to enjoy your engagement rather than stressing! Why December? Did you know
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Most Comforting Comfort Food

Most Comforting Comfort Food

Seafood is comfort food The last of the leaves are taking to the streets and its chipper out there alright. It’s time for the most comforting, of comfort foods. Soothing contentment, and a sense of well-being is what we seek at this chillier time of year. So, how is it that a dish gets the
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Make your day Souper

Make your day Souper

Comfort is a word that gets thrown around a lot when the weather turns. I love the comfort of a warm meal, cozy blanket and loved ones. To be awarded a comfort food I feel that it needs to be cooked for a large part of the day. The aromas of braising chicken or scratch
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Lust for Mollusks

Lust for Mollusks

While growing up in the Pacific Northwest I have had many loving encounters with mollusks (shellfish). My fondest memories were raking steamers on Willapa bay in long beach Washington or getting my knees dirty hunting delicate razor clams. The yearning truly started at age 5 when I tried my first oyster off the Barbie. My
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