In addition, we recap the soft opening of Nana's Green Tea and review Salsa de Rosa. Plus, Monica and Nelson recap a busy week including breakfast at Queen Anne Coffee Co. In addition, Monica and Nelson recap the week talking everything chocolate at the Northwest Chocolate Festival, checking out an Ethan Stowell restaurant for Seattle Restaurant Week, and having a Dim Sum Brunch on the Eastside. In the 16th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, it's our New Year's Edition! For upcoming events, we talk about Central District Ice Cream's new December flavors and let you know about an upcoming Beer Festival. Make sure to call in for those Brunch reservations. Plus, Luna talks with us about the art of meal prepping and she shares with us some of her tips for keeping meal prepping fun and exciting.
Also, we tell you about a Taiyaki Pop-up and another Pop-up at the Dynasty Room both happening this weekend. In the 26th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, Monica and Nelson sit down with the Founder of Gourmondo Co. Plus, we recap our week including a Beijing Duck Dinner in Kent, a late night Fried Chicken Ramen pop-up on Capitol Hill, and we sampled several bowls of Poke out in Bellevue. Listen as they discuss how it all started and how they came up with their unique flavors and creations of rolled ice cream. Plus, we get into where she gets her inspiration from when she cooks at home. Finally, we tell you about another pop-up in Edmonds this week at Ono Poke serving Filipino Desserts by Custard and Things. Thank you so much for listening and we wish each and everyone of you a Happy Holiday! In the 12th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we interview Terrance Santos of Wow Wow Hawaiian Lemonade.
Anchor is a solid, well-created piece that will surely win and dazzle even the most astute musical taste. Two Foodies from Seattle who love our city and love the diverse and delicious food here even more. Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy our latest episode! Monica is well versed in the Seattle food scene. Thank you for listening and we hope you enjoy our latest episode! In this week's episode, we interview Megan Janes of Seattle Pops out in Wallingford. Download and listen to our newest episode! I can't think about the rain As the tears fall down your face And the clouds won't go away A thousand times I fell Over and over again But you were there to lift me up And when I couldn't stand You were my crutch 'Cause there is nothing more special than love 'Cause what we got is more than enough We gotta hold on no matter what Through the rain, through the rain, Through the waves, through the fog Through the storm I'll be by your side, right by your side I can't let you down, won't let you down 'Cause I'm your anchor, anchor, Anchor, anchor, anchor, anchor Beside me, you were there to guide me Said I could be anything Said we can make it through anything That closed door, that hurricane No matter what, we still remain 'Cause we've been through worse backs against the wall When no one was there, I'm the one you can call That's why I'm thanking god for you 'Cause I don't know what I would do without you 'Cause there is nothing more special than love 'Cause what we got is more than enough We gotta hold on no matter what Through the rain, through the rain Through the waves, through the fog Through the storm I'll be by your side, right by your side I can't let you down, won't let you down 'Cause I'm your anchor, anchor, Anchor, anchor, anchor, anchor I will be there for you, for you, for you That's what's a friend's supposed to do For you, for you In your darkest times I help you see That's when you'll find your faith and love In the middle of the storm I will be there! It's the 10th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast and we're doing something special just for this episode.
On the 31st episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we sit down with Chef Nick Novello of the Fisherman's Restaurant at Miner's Landing. We also tell you about a fun event at the Seattle Aquarium hosted by the Seattle Chamber of Commerce and a rescheduled Food Walk in the International District. Chef Novello has taken over Fisherman's Restaurant by storm since joining over a year ago and Fisherman's just recently launched a new menu for the Spring. Check out the video with all of us on her YouTube channel and listen to her interview as we talk about everything Vegan and vegetarian. Still struggling to get your special someone something or need some ideas? We're talking everything Thanksgiving as Monica and Nelson talk about how they prepare their turkeys as well as their favorite side dishes they like to prepare or purchase around Seattle. Hear her story of how she created these delicious popsicles and find out what Seattle Pops has in store for the Fall.
Plus, Monica and I tell listeners about 2 restaurants outside of Seattle to go visit. In addition, with Monica being out of town this past week, we recap 2 week's worth of events including the Beecher's Cheese for All Event at Block 41, a menu tasting at Old Stove Brewing, the Custard and Things Pop-up at Ono Poke in Edmonds, and a new Eastside restaurant in Redmond, Spark Pizza, serving up delicious pies. As Head Chef of Peony Kitchen, Chef Hwang has created a unique menu from her experiences all over the world. Listen along to how she got her start into cooking and where Peony Kitchen is headed in the future as well as their venture into catering. We were so excited to sit down with her and talk about some of her favorite restaurants and neighborhoods for meals around the Seattle area. Learn how Alexa manages their Foodie account and discover her favorite eating spots around Seattle since moving from Boston. Annie's combination of Seattle Food photos and home cooking recipes makes her one of the more popular Instagram Food Influencers to follow.
Burgers and we let the listeners know about this week's upcoming events. Join us in our journey as we discuss the Seattle food scene with local food businesses, influencers, foodies, and many other guests! Melissa and Musang have been busy hosting pop-ups throughout 2018 from Brunch Pop-Ups at Bar Del Corso to her Late Night Eats at East Trading Co. In the 15th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, this is our holiday edition and we decided to do a Best of Show telling you our favorite dining experiences of 2018. Plus, Monica and Nelson recap a week which included lunch with Steph Forrer at Delicatus, a cocktail tasting preview at the Gerald in Ballard, and a pop-up by Chefs Jan Parker and Domingo Ramos at East Trading Co. Listen to his interview as he tells us how he started as a chef and why storytelling is so important in food.
In the 25th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we interview renowned Seattle Food Writer, Leslie Kelly. Plus, Monica and Nelson recap a week that included a Foodie Influencer Event at Peony Kitchen in Bellevue, a private launch party for SeaBear Wild Salmon and Heritage Distilling Co. In this episode, our guest is Mike Mondello of SeaBear Wild Salmon and Made in Washington. On the 30th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we talk about all things Seattle Restaurant Week! Head down this weekend to Pike Place Market and try out what Washington State has to offer. Musang Seattle has continued to gain popularity serving up authentic Filipino comfort food. Also in this episode, we talk about Monica's Favorite Things, your gift buying guide for this holiday season. Melissa tells us her story of how she became a chef and her journey back to Seattle.
Finally, 'tis the holiday season, so head down to Seattle Center for Cookie Fest. Plus, Monica and I recap our visit to Feed Co. In our 7th episode, it's Halloween Week! Terrance tells his story of how Wow Wow Hawaiian Lemonade made it out to Seattle from Hawaii and he also tells us what their delicious drinks and Acai bowls have in store for the future. Also, you asked and we answered! Also, Justin let's you know about some great places to eat around Seattle. Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy our latest episode! Plus, we tell you how you can get their delicious Lumpia sent to you worldwide.
In addition, we talk about some upcoming Seattle Food events at Indi Chocolate and East Trading Co. Currant Bistro is a new restaurant at the Sound Hotel in Belltown and also offers a lunch and dinner menu for Seattle Restaurant Week. Reis sits down with us and tells us how he started as a food truck to now having his own brick and mortar restaurant in Kirkland. Thank you for listening and we hope you enjoy our latest episode! We hope you enjoy our newest episode! We discuss her transition from the East Coast to Seattle and the differences in food between the two coasts. The week included a trip to Nutty Squirrel, food trucking at Westlake Park, a Yelp Elite Event at Xtadium, a Beer Release at Elysian Taproom, and a Build Your Own Brunch at Bookstore Bar and Café.