I personally love making fried rice, Quiche, and Potatoes Au Gratin among several others as a great way to get rid of some old ingredients and have a delicious meal that doesn't have mish-mashed leftovers written all over it. I think it's a great way to try new mixes of yesterday's ingredients and creations and make the in-laws think you loved them so much you spent hours doing prep work on a Tuesday night. So what are all of your guys' favorite dishes to make for cleaning out the slightly past-their-prime ingredients lying around in your fridge and cupboards?
So I know Seattle is like... the best darn coffee city in the whole U.S. or at least close. So since I am only going to be in a Seattle for a few days, which places are the best for a good cup of joe? I've heard it is everywhere but that is just a little to vague for me. So Seattle serious eaters, which places serve the best of the best?
So I am going to Seattle this fall with a vegetarian, and I want some reccomendations for restaurants that have options for both carnivores and herbivores. This person isn't a particularly strict vegetarian. He loves most seafood and every once in a while with some serios persuasion I will get him to share an appetizer with chicken or something like that. Other than that neither of us have any dietary restrictions. So does anyone have any ideas for where to eat here?
PS- Does Salumi have anything for this guy to eat when its not making gnocchi on Tuesdays?
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