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All You Can Eat

Trend-setting restaurants, Northwest cookbooks, local food news and the people who make them happen.

November 7, 2011 at 10:08 AM

Talk about Seattle and food? Will do, November 10. Coming?

Whatcha doing Thursday evening? The Seattle Times, in conjunction with the Seattle Public Library, is hosting a conversation about my favorite subject: our local food scene. Join us from 7-8:30 p.m. in the Microsoft Auditorium at the Central Library (1000 Fourth Avenue) where I’ll be taking part in what will surely be a lively discussion — with Q&A after. You’ll find me on stage with a quartet of food-crazy folks whose names, faces and bylines should be familiar ones.

We eat. We write. We talk. We want you to come join us! The evening’s free. More info here.

Above, from left, our panel moderator and former Seattle Times food writer Karen Gaudette (now writing and editing for PCC Natural Markets); Kathy Casey (chef, mixologist and entrepreneur whose recipes frequently appear in the Seattle Times); Greg Atkinson (the author, chef, radio commentator and soon-to-be-restaurateur, who regularly writes the Taste column in our Pacific Northwest magazine) and Matthew Amster-Burton (who’s penned his share of Seattle Times features and restaurant reviews and authored “Hungry Monkey: A Food-Loving Father’s Quest to Raise an Adventurous Eater”).

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