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January 29, 2015 at 12:42 PM

News you can eat: Seahawks food FTW!!! (Plus some other stuff)

PCC Natural Markets’ green onion display (they’re also selling the 12th Mango). (Courtesy PCC Natural Markets) SUPER BOWL/SEAHAWKS/YESSSSSS!!!!! 12 SEAHAWKS TRIBUTES IN FOOD: With PCC Natural Markets FTW for “HAWKS” spelled out in green onions. MORE>>> SEAHAWKS’ FAVORITE RESTAURANTS: Marshawn Lynch’s favorite is HoHo in the I.D. (and his hero is his mom… awwwww!). MORE>>> And Russell Wilson’s…


Comments | Topics: Belgianfest, Elysian, Hama Hama

January 28, 2015 at 4:17 PM

Super Bowl party food options for the non-cooking types (and the cooking ones, too)

Super Bowl sandwich-on-sandwich action from Rain Shadow Meats (courtesy Rain Shadow Meats). So you’re not up for cooking for your Super Bowl party: That’s okay. Cooking’s not for everyone. Don’t let anyone shame you! You have tons of other-people-who-know-exactly-what-they’re-doing-make-it-for-you options, including: • The Fully Inflated 2-Foot-Long Grinder and more from John Sundstrom’s very tasty new Slab Sandwiches…


Comments | Topics: Food and Sh*t, Rain Shadow Meats, Seahawks

January 28, 2015 at 5:05 AM

Seattle vs. New England in the supper bowl: how our food cultures compare

At left, Boston baked beans. We know; too easy. (Photo by Charlie Mahoney for The Boston Globe) At right, chef John Howie of Seastar restaurants serves salmon at the annual Super Bowl fundraiser to fight hunger in 2014. (Photo by Mark Harrison / The Seattle Times) With the big game right around the corner, we invited…


Comments | Topics: $15, Dick's Drive In, legalized marijuana

March 7, 2014 at 2:17 PM

Pssst, here’s the inside scoop on where to land that Maker’s Mark Seahawks bottle


Photo courtesy of Maker's Mark

Photo courtesy of Maker’s Mark

We here at the AYCE blog like to think we provide a lot of services, but dudes, you can’t place an order for the limited edition Maker’s Mark Seahawks bottles through us. To the guy who requested three bottles and left me his credit card number, thanks, that will come in handy when I vacation in the Methow next month.

But as promised, we try to do our best. I have a source who has seen the Maker’s Mark delivery list, and your best chance of grabbing one of those Seahawks blue-and-green top bottles is at


Comments | More in cocktails, Drinks, Food news | Topics: Maker's Mark, Seahawks

March 4, 2014 at 3:58 PM

Hey, 12th Man, why is that Maker’s Mark bottle blue and green?

Photo courtesy of Maker's Mark

Photo courtesy of Maker’s Mark

Those whiskey geeks, they’re always on the prowl, always scanning the web for a rare single-malt or some obscure bourbon. Here’s the latest object of their obsession, or for a good number of those who live in Seattle anyway. It’s, wait for it, Maker’s Mark. But not the available-everywhere, crimson-topped variety. This is  the limited edition Seahawks bottles, in which the iconic red wax-bottle tops were dipped in Seahawks blue and green.


Comments | Topics: Maker's Mark, Seahawks, Tan Vinh

September 9, 2008 at 12:39 PM

From Grand Salami to Colossal Sausage

There should be a throwdown between the cooks from Safeco Field and Qwest Field. The Mariners offer some of nation’s most diverse ballpark menus from sushi to edamame boxes. Now come the Seahawks, who will roll out a new concession menu including a two-foot salmon sausage topped with basil cream cheese, capers, grilled red onions and…


Comments | Topics: Mariners, salmon, sausage