Hanna Raskin, the restaurant critic for our sister paper Seattle Weekly, has just published an oral history of Seattle's signature street food, the "Seattle Dog," a hot dog topped with onions and cream cheese. As it happens, the hot dog's history has a local-ish connection.
photos by Keegan HamiltonChris Ballew of PUSANo self-respecting St. Louis music fan went to see the Presidents of the United States of America at Taste of St. Louis last night. Between Sea Wolf, Michael Franti, the Big Muddy Records rooftop party, Darker My Love, and the Cardinals game there was ... More >>
Dr. Marion Nestle explains the current food safety legislation. (The Atlantic)High shipping costs lead to innovations in plastic wine bottles. (Chicago Tribune)Chefs confession their fast food habits. (Esquire)Grocery store meat cutters get educated in culinary methods, while a mobile slaught ... More >>
After years of taking it on the chin, Bob Goeggel struck back at his competitor. Thanks to his accusations of fraud, the state's largest ambulance company is on the operating table and the feds are doing the cutting.