Franks Produce reopens in the Pike Place Market

Frank’s Quality Produce re-0pened on June 15, 2011 after a winter and spring long  closure that was required so that  earthquake retrofits  could be made in Seattle’s Pike Place Market.  Frank’s Quality Produce is a longtime market resident, with members of the family having sold produce at Pike Place for four generations.  Their stand, in

Franks Produce reopens in the Pike Place Market Read More »

Frank’s Quality Produce re-0pened on June 15, 2011 after a winter and spring long  closure that was required so that  earthquake retrofits  could be made in Seattle’s Pike Place Market.  Frank’s Quality Produce is a longtime market resident, with members of the family having sold produce at Pike Place for four generations.  Their stand, in

Tagged , , , | Leave a Comment

Seattle’s Farmers Markets – May and June 2011

If you have been frequenting the Farmers Markets in Seattle all winter long, congratulations.  I try to make it to at least one market each week, just to keep abreast of the produce that is available, but during the winter it can be a lonely vigil.  After the first of January, the crowds thin down

Seattle’s Farmers Markets – May and June 2011 Read More »

If you have been frequenting the Farmers Markets in Seattle all winter long, congratulations.  I try to make it to at least one market each week, just to keep abreast of the produce that is available, but during the winter it can be a lonely vigil.  After the first of January, the crowds thin down

Tagged | Leave a Comment

Sunset Supper 2011 to support the Market Foundation

What:    Sunset Supper in the Market 2011. When:   Friday August 19th, 7:30 to 11pm Where:  The Pike Place Market For more information and tickets, check out the Pike Place Market website.

Sunset Supper 2011 to support the Market Foundation Read More »

What:    Sunset Supper in the Market 2011. When:   Friday August 19th, 7:30 to 11pm Where:  The Pike Place Market For more information and tickets, check out the Pike Place Market website.

Leave a Comment

Sour Starter from Rye Flour

This is a an easy recipe for making a sour bread starter using rye flour, which is bases on a recipe in the book Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon.  A total of seven days are required for the starter to be ready to use in a batch of bread.

Sour Starter from Rye Flour Read More »

This is a an easy recipe for making a sour bread starter using rye flour, which is bases on a recipe in the book Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon.  A total of seven days are required for the starter to be ready to use in a batch of bread.

Tagged | Leave a Comment

Get ready for Bastille Day

What:  “Fete de Quatorze Juillet” – Celebrate Bastille Day When:  Thursday July 14, 2011 from 6pm to midnight. Where:  Le Pichet NO COVER NO RESERVATIONS If you have never been to a Bastille Day party at Le Pichet, you may be surprised by what you find.  Normally, Le Pichet seems like a pretty tranquil, well

Get ready for Bastille Day Read More »

Slide 1

What:  “Fete de Quatorze Juillet” – Celebrate Bastille Day When:  Thursday July 14, 2011 from 6pm to midnight. Where:  Le Pichet NO COVER NO RESERVATIONS If you have never been to a Bastille Day party at Le Pichet, you may be surprised by what you find.  Normally, Le Pichet seems like a pretty tranquil, well

Tagged | Leave a Comment

Pike Place Market Cooking Demonstration on June 26, 2011

What:      Cooking Demonstration with Exective Chef Jim Drohman When:     Sunday June 26, 2011 from noon to 1pm Where:   Pike Place Market For more information about Summer Sunday Cooking Demonstrations, check out the Pike Place Market’s web site.

Pike Place Market Cooking Demonstration on June 26, 2011 Read More »

What:      Cooking Demonstration with Exective Chef Jim Drohman When:     Sunday June 26, 2011 from noon to 1pm Where:   Pike Place Market For more information about Summer Sunday Cooking Demonstrations, check out the Pike Place Market’s web site.

Tagged , | Leave a Comment

How do you make sour starter anyway?

Haven’t you always wondered how to make a sour bread starter?  Are they hard to make?  Can you keep them for a long time?  What does a sour starter actually look like?  Although I have a fair amount of experience with baking bread, I had never tackled this particular aspect of bread making and therefore

How do you make sour starter anyway? Read More »

Haven’t you always wondered how to make a sour bread starter?  Are they hard to make?  Can you keep them for a long time?  What does a sour starter actually look like?  Although I have a fair amount of experience with baking bread, I had never tackled this particular aspect of bread making and therefore

Tagged | Leave a Comment

Cheese Label from Maison Jean d’Alos of Bordeaux

Here is a new cheese label that recently turned up at Le Pichet.  It is a great example of the odd, esoteric sorts of designs you often find on French cheeses.  This one comes from Jean d’Alos, Fromager and Affineur of Bordeaux.  A “fromager” is of course a cheese seller or shop and the addition

Cheese Label from Maison Jean d’Alos of Bordeaux Read More »

Here is a new cheese label that recently turned up at Le Pichet.  It is a great example of the odd, esoteric sorts of designs you often find on French cheeses.  This one comes from Jean d’Alos, Fromager and Affineur of Bordeaux.  A “fromager” is of course a cheese seller or shop and the addition

Tagged | Leave a Comment
Scroll to Top