Seattle Culinary Camp With Chef Tom Douglas Offers A Taste Of Washington State
Gadling - almost 6 years
Filed under: Arts and Culture, Learning, Business, Festivals and Events, Food and Drink, North America, United States, Ecotourism, Luxury Travel It's a well-known fact amongst Seattlites that the sun always comes out for the summer starting on July 4. OK, that wasn't true two years ago but on July 5, there it was. Anyway, it's the official start of our summer and that means it's also the start of the eating season. For farmers market goers and lovers of the grill and al fresco dining, July is kickoff time.
Perhaps that's why Tom Douglas, the modern father of Pacific Northwest cooking (the late James Beard being the true granddaddy of PNW cuisine), chose July for his annual Culinary Camp. The award winning chef and restaurateur behind such Seattle landmarks as Dahlia Lounge, Palace Kitchen, Lola and Serious Pie has held a five-day culinary immersion program every July for the past six years.
Locals and visitors alike will get a taste of local ingredients such as geoduck clams, Dung...
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