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BEC – NYC

I’m finally getting around to going through all of my photos from the NYC trip and I can’t believe I missed posting about this place. I was meeting my friend for lunch around her work in Chelsea Village and she recommended trying out BEC since it opened two days before. A place that specializes in bacon, eggs, and cheese?? I was so in! Upon entering, it feels like a grab…

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Red Hook Lobster Pound – NYC

Ah- finally settled back in Seattle and ready to talkΒ about my food excursion in New York! The whole trip was just mind-blowing, filled with all types of cuisine and flavors that I have never experienced anywhere else. Now, I couldn’t just come to the Northeast and not get my lobster fix! I mean, this is the closest I was going to get to main, so why not get the freshest…

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Lunar New Year Food Walk

The Lunar New Year Food Walk is an opportunity to try out various asian cuisines from local restaurants in the International District in Seattle. Some I have heard of and some that I’ve never thought to even give a try. Eat restaurant offered around 2-4 small plates for $2 each. I’m IN! Like many general admission festivals, the lines were extensive. A few had waits of up to 15 mins,…

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The Ivory Seattle

Last week, Isi Owoo showcased her pop-up restaurant, The Ivory. A restaurant that showcases traditional West African flavors with a modern flair. “Modern West Africa is a mish-mash of cultures, clashing yet complementary.” – Isi Owoo I had the pleasure of interviewing her prior to the dinner and I must say she is a very soft-spoken, humble, and determined individual who I respect very much.Β To read the full interview, check…