om•e•let – King Crab from Cradle to Grave to Plate Squared

om·e·let also om·e·lette – n. A dish consisting of beaten eggs cooked until set and folded over, often around a filling. A few nights ago we dined on King Crab at Honey Court (play by play with commentary). Despite giving it our bestest, we still had some to take home. Inspired by a dining experience […]

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It’s Okay to Get Crabby with Your Mother-In-Law . . .

. . . when it’s served up three ways in a Chinese Restaurant! Right now is live King Crab Season, at least here in Seattle, and the method of choice for celebrating the three most important days in April: mine, my father-in-law and my mother-in-law’s birthday. All within just a handful of one another, as […]

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