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October 15, 2014 at 10:28 AM

How to make Skillet’s famous kale Caesar and poutine at home

You can make these Skillet classics, kale salad and poutine, at home. Photo by Ellen M. Banner / The Seattle Times

You can make these Skillet classics, kale salad and poutine, at home. Photo by Ellen M. Banner / The Seattle Times

Our happy hour last week was Skillet in all of its gluttonous bacon- jam-burger-and-poutine-glory. Have you been? If not, here’s your chance to sample  Skillet’s greatest hits – bacon jam burger, poutine, kale Caesar and fried chicken – in one sitting. All their classics are now offered in smaller portions during happy hour.

Or maybe you’re not the barhopping type. Well, we have some Skillet recipes to try at home – its kale Caesar, arguably Seattle’s most famous kale dish and its spin on the poutine. Enjoy.

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May 31, 2013 at 12:45 PM

A great neighborhood bar turns 7

Ask any Capitol Hill bartender or cocktail geek to name five bars they love, I guarantee you one of the answers will be Sun Liquor. If you’ve never been to this cocktail den, Sunday would be a great day to try it. Sun Liquor celebrates its 7th anniversary  by bringing back all the old favorite drinks for $7. (Best Mai Tai in the city.)

The great neighborhood bar Sun Liquor throws its seventh Anniversary bash Sunday with $7 cocktails. (Photo by Greg Giblert / The Seattle Times

The great neighborhood bar Sun Liquor throws its seventh Anniversary bash Sunday with $7 cocktails. (Photo by Greg Giblert / The Seattle Times

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