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Join your Instagram hosts @nelson_eats and @monybseattle for the latest on the Seattle food scene, the influencers behind it, and the businesses who keep us coming back for more.
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On the 128th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we're chatting with Roxanna Zhang, one of the dynamic duos of @appetitediary on Instagram. Roxanna has been running their food account for more than 5+ years and it includes everything from home recipes and creations to dishes all around Seattle. Tune in as we talk about what they've been making these past several months, what newly places they've discovered around Seattle, Instant Pot versus Air Fryer, and all other food related topics.  In addition, Monica and Nelson recap a week full of eating. Nelson was in Little Saigon stopping by Saigon Deli and Hello Em Coffee, had lunch at Pecado Bueno, participated in a Virtual Chocolate Tasting Class hosted by Theo Chocolate, went down south to pick up Jollibee, stopped by Young Tea for Grass Jelly and Cold Tofu Pudding as well as a sneak preview of their Oolong Tea Pop-Up, and got Din Tai Fung and Xiao Chi Jie for a family dinner. He also received special deliveries from Monica with a ribeye from Mishima Reserve and donuts from @bobaeggs, who delivered to both of us. Meanwhile, Monica ordered her yearly tradition heart shaped pizza from Papa Murphy's, had wonton noodle soup from Le's Pho Tai, tried out HK Dim Sum inside the Asian Family Center, received a cakes from Cakes on 28th and All Purpose Baking Co., had a delivery from Sweet Nothings and More, ordered bagels and more from Seattle Bagels, had another delivery from Topo Chico with their Twist of Tangerine Mineral Water, ate out at Fiasco for her belated birthday dinner, and finally, accompanied @what.jessie.eats to Ono Poke and the Market Fish Monger. Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast!
On the 126th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we're chatting with Gracie Santos of @grayseas.pies. She has been making a wide array of pies including apple, pecan, pear and gorgonzola, and her Girl Scout Series Samoas and Thin Mint Pies. Tune in as we talk to Gracie about how she went from recreational baker to now hosting pop-ups and find out what ingredients she wants to work with in the future.  In addition, Monica and Nelson tell you about Young Tea's upcoming pop-up where you can pre-order Hot Grass Jelly and Cold Tofu Pudding this weekend as well as Tet in Steattle's Restaurant Week, which starts this Friday. They also recap the week, which included sampling frozen Asian-inspired entrees and sides from the local Seattle company, InnovAsian. They also received a bottle of Kari Kari Chili Crisp oil and they review it too. As for what they ate this past week, Nelson visited Fischer Meats for some pepperoni sticks and Landjaeger, had lunch at Noodle Boat Thai Cuisine, picked up dinner from Canton Noodle House, had boba from Cha Time in MLK, and went on a food crawl with friends to Coffeeholic, Billiard Hoang, Pho Bac Sup Shop, and Kau Kau. He also went on a mini ID food crawl and stopped by Dim Sum King, SuSu Dessert Bar and Young Tea. Meanwhile, Monica has been consuming GEMINI meal replacement shakes from Unico Nutrition.She also got a delivery from Oso Negro Baking Co. Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast!
On the 125th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we chat with Food Instagrammer, Phil Mar (@philmaaaeats). Phil has been consistently grabbing takeout over the past several months and has been trying his best to support local Seattle restaurants. Tune in as he and Monica discuss some of his favorite spots around Seattle as well as international food as he traveled to several locales before the pandemic.  In addition, Monica and Nelson received a home delivery from Chocolate Strawberry and More and they review their chocolate dipped strawberries. These strawberries are ready for pre-order just in time for February. As for what they ate this week, Nelson got several deliveries from Aberlour Single Malt Scotch Whisky celebrating Burns Night Supper, Mochi Doki Mochi Ice Cream, and Mama Star Chili Oil. Plus, he also went out to Totem Lake Village to check out the newest location from Due Cucina, stopped by the new Bobalust in Kirkland for a beverage, grabbed takeout from Cafe Ori and Senor Taco, and picked up lunch from Square Lotus and Tofu 101.  Meanwhile, Monica had chicken wings from Star in the Sky, checked out the Sweet Nothings and More Pop-Up at Lupo in Fremont, picked up some Seattle Pops, had lunch at Sisi Kay Thai, and visited her regular spots including Pho Tic Tac, Katsu Burger, and Teriyaki Time.  Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast!
On the 124th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we missed Festivus in December, so we're airing out a lot of grievances in January. Listen from beginning to end as we talk about some our latest gripes including the popular Tik Tok Tortilla Hack, our views on Orange Chicken and Sesame Chicken, and so much more! In addition, Monica and Nelson go through everything they've been eating this week. Nelson stayed on the Eastside grabbing sandwiches from Sandwich House Tres, lunch from Ezell's, had beers at Maelsrom Brewing Company in Kirkland and picked up dinner from Teriyaki Plus. He also went out to the Chinatown/ID for takeout from Gan Bei and Seattle Best Tea.  Meanwhile, Monica had the Cookies Country Cafeteria Chicken Sandwich from the Li'l Woody's and Cookies Country Dough Collab, had rolls and nigiri from Sushi I, received a delivery from Sweet Nothings and More, was out in U-Village and visited Hokkaido Ramen Santouka, Tutta Bella, and Hello Robin. She also made drinks from Arteao she purchased from TheWMarketplace, grabbed takeout near her house from Mekong Village and Shandong Bao House, and sampled chorizo made by Coro Foods/Salumi. Finally, she finished off her week at Pecado Bueno in Fremont.  Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast!
On the 123rd episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we sit down with Emily Allport, owner of Lowrider Cookie Company. Emily and Lowrider Cookie Company makes some of the best cookies in Seattle. There are currently two locations in Seattle in the Central District and Georgetown and they are also offering nationwide shipping. Tune in as Emily tells us how Lowrider Cookie Company went from beginning at Farmers Markets and Pop-Ups to having permanent locations.  In addition, Monica and Nelson tell you about where they went and ate this past week. Nelson was influenced by Monica to give Panda Express another shot while also getting Mexican food at the reopened Taqueria La Venadita in Issaquah. He also had lunch at Feed Co. Burgers, celebrated National Bagel Day with Rubinstein's Bagels, and had late night slices from Breezy Town Pizza.  Meanwhile, Monica had Vietnamese Cold Brew from Omni Bev, had more Pozole from Agua Verde Cafe, checked out Lew's BBQ in Everett, got takeout from Teriyaki Time, ate Tres Lecheria cake she found in the freezer, and got a delivery from the Chocolate Gift Box.  Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast!
On the 122nd episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we're chatting with Monica Rodriguez, Chef Owner of T'Juana Tacos.  Listen to how T'Juana Tacos evolved from Farmers Markets to Ghost Kitchen and finally to their very own Food Truck. Monica is so passionate about her Mexican heritage and family recipes, you'll want to tune in to this conversation.  In addition, Monica and Nelson finally got together in a while and went out to Fremont to check out Uneeda Burger's new healthy menu items. Check out what they ordered including the new Basil crusted Salmon Sandwich with Fennel Salad, Veggie Burger, Vegetarian Chili and much more. As for what they're eating, Nelson checked out Eastside spots including La Chingona Taqueria, Xiao Chi Jie, and the new location of 85C Bakery Cafe. He also grabbed takeout from Fremont Bowl, visited the new and 2nd location of Spice Waala with Monica, and went on a mini Ballard food crawl picking up additional takeout at PInk Bee and Mr. Gyro's.  Meanwhile, Monica had a craving for Panda Express, picked up takeout from X'ian Noodles, stopped by Kizuki Ramen for noodles, had sushi from Katsu Burger, ate at Kidd Valley, and met up with @eatingwiththao for a socially distant cookie drop.  Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast!
On the 121st episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we chat with Craig Yamada, owner of the @thedonutlabseattle. His malasadas are a must try in Seattle and they come in so many delicious and unique flavors. They're made to order, fresh, and should be eaten immediately once received. Listen in as Craig talks about how @thedonutlabseattle originated and what new flavors they've been working on.  In addition, Monica and Nelson had a gift exchange over the holidays and they tell you about their gifts from Cozy Bombs and limited edition paraphernalia from Dick's Drive-In.  Also, Nelson did a collaboration with Kryse and created an ice cream flavor together and it's Orange Blossom Creamsicle. You can now pre-order the new flavor on Kryse.squarespace.com.  As for what they were eating this week, Nelson grabbed takeout from Yeh Yeh's in Lynnwood, Rhodie's Smokin' BBQ in Preston, and Aliberto's in Mountlake Terrace. He also sampled the limited edition holiday flavors from Ellenos Greek Yogurt, picked up Pierre Hermes Macarons from L'Experience Paris, sampled Pies from Grayseas Pies, had tacos at Standard Brewing, picked up a cruffin at Temple pastries, and got fried chicken to-go at Quick Pack.  Meanwhile, Monica created cocktails from Coffeeholic and Topo Chico, ate for a cause with Stoneburner benefiting Keep Music Live WA, had pozole from El Camion, and made Breakfast Burritos using Redondo's Portuguese Sausage. She also visited Green Tree in Greenwood, Monkey Bridge in Ballard, Din Tai Fung, Hello Robin, and BaBar.  Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast!
On the 120th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we're ringing in the new year with "Dear 2021" letters. Like many of us, we can't wait for 2020 to be behind us and for the upcoming new year to grace us with health and normalcy. On this episode, we decided to write letters to tell you what 2020 meant to us and what we're excited 2021 will look like in our eyes.  In addition, even though it was the holidays, Monica and Nelson still tell you where they ate this past week. Nelson picked up a Game Day Tailgating Meal Kit from Quickfire Seattle, picked up 2 bottles of Crema de Vie from friends of the podcast, @thechinolatinaway, grabbed takeout on Christmas Eve from Noodle Boat Thai Cuisine, and made a doughnut run to Legendary Doughnuts.  Meanwhile, Monica had Jollibee with @mrfrankstagram, checked out the new limited edition flavors from Ellenos Yogurt, made pancakes out of Topo Chico Water, revisited Don Lucho's, and made a Chinatown run for Fuji Bakery, Kau Kau, goPoke, and Uwajimaya.  Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast! 
On the 119th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we sit down with Andy Gundel, owner of Urban Family Brewing Co. Andy and Nelson used to work with each other on the Eastside many years ago. Listen in as they reminisce about working together and how Andy went on to owning a successful brewery in Urban Family Brewing as well as what what they're working on in the taproom for the upcoming months.  In addition, Monica and Nelson recap the week, which included grabbing takeout from Enzo's Bistro & Bar and sitting down with Chef Nick Novello for a slice of pizza, picking up meal kits from Joey Kitchen U-Village, and making signature cocktails from Empress 1908 Gin. As for what we're eating, Nelson picked up takeout from the Brick in Renton under new ownership, checked out Cookies Country Chicken's newest Pioneer Square location, had The Cookie from Metropolitan Market, grabbed lunch at Ma'Ono and Rachel's Ginger Beer, and picked up dinner from Xi'an Noodles.  Meanwhile, Monica had Flamin' Hot Cheetos Sushi Rolls from Hissho Sushi, sampled fermented products from Firefly Kitchen, and revisited Kidd Valley, Tres House of Cheesesteaks, Pho Tic Tac, and Pop Pop Thai.  Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast!
On the 118th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, it's our Holiday Episode for 2020! Since everything has been different this whole year, we're doing our Holiday edition a little unconventional. For this year, we're telling you 6 Holiday candies we cannot stand. You'll want to hear this as some of our choices are quite controversial. Also, we give you our version of 12 Days of Christmas (food). We made a Top 12 list of our favorite foods we ate this year for you to enjoy. We tried to put it in song form in honor of the 12 Days of Christmas, but one of us didn't quite follow the rules correctly. Make sure to tune in to hear what happened. As for the rest of the show, the Washington State Beef Commission sent us both lovely gifts over the week and we wanted to tell you all about it. As for what we ate this week, Nelson made another visit to Terry's Kitchen and went on two mini food crawls, one in Issaquah and one in Chinatown. In Issaquah, he visited Fischer Meats, grabbed takeout from Umi Cafe, and boba from ShareTea Issaquah. While in Chinatown, he got the last of the desserts from SuSu, went to Young Tea and sampled their Holiday Pop-Up Dessert Jelly Trio, and got wonton noodles and congee from Mike's Noodle House. Meanwhile, Monica revisited several of her favorite spots including T'Juana Tacos, Sisi Kay Thai, CheBogz Food Truck at Chuck's Hop Shop, Pagliacci, Bell's Pastries, and Seattle Cinnamon Rolls. She also picked up a meal kit from Joey Kitchen U-Village, shared hot chocolate bombs from Sweet Nothings and More with her son, had pizza from Spark PIzza, and got takeout from Laem Buri and Ivar's.  Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast!
On the 117th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we're chatting with Sena Wheeler, one of the owners of Sena Sea Wild Alaskan Fish. Sena, along with her husband, Rich, run this 3rd generation Alaska fishing family-owned business. Known for their high quality fish products including Copper River Salmon and Sablefish/Black Cod, they are deliver fresh seafood directly to your home. Listen in as Sena tells you how Sena Sea Wild Alaskan Fish originated and how their business has pivoted from farmers markets to online ordering during these past several months.  In addition, Monica and Nelson also received a delivery from Sena Sea Wild Alaskan Fish and they review everything that was in the package as well as how they prepared some of the fish in the kitchen.  As for what they were eating this week, Nelson went to Bellevue Square to check out Me + Crepe, rejoiced with Monica about the return of the McRib from McDonald's, picked up cookies from Low Rider Backing Co., grabbed Uni from Seattle Fish Guys, had Japanese Curry at Yoroshiku for the Suika/Rondo/Tamari Bar pop-up, and grabbed street tacos from the Bandidos Food Truck. Meanwhile, Monica visited Nacho Mama's for their special Cantonese BBQ Pork Nachos, made another stop to Piroshky Piroshky, got free delivery from Wing Stop, ordered more Kukuruza popcorn, checked out the Sweet Nothings and More Pop-Up at Bells Cookie Co., and had burgers at the new Shake Shack in U-Village.  Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast!
On the 116th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we chat with food photographer, Mallory Sczygelski. Mallory's Instagram account originally intended to showcase all of Seattle's best spots, but over the last several months, it has now evolved into predominantly a food account around Seattle. Fairly new to the Emerald City, listen in as she discusses food photography and her favorite spots she's recently discovered for takeout and outdoor dining .  In addition, for the first time on our show, we eat and drink foods live on air as we sample several small, local food and drink vendor companies that are available to purchase at Made in Washington stores and their online site. These local companies and their products make great gift ideas for the holidays. Tune in as we sample cookies from Holy Bee's Bakery, teas from Whidbey Tea Company and Capuli Club Edible Teas, almonds from Absolutely Nuts, BBQ sauce from Paunchy Elephant, and so much more.  Also, we got a surprise delivery of Snow Cap Winter Ale from Pyramid Brewing and tell you all about it.  As for what we ate this week, Nelson got sushi rolls the day before Thanksgiving from Musashi Rollhouse and Korean food from the Third Place in Redmond.  Meanwhile, Monica, reintroduced herself to Taqueria El Sabor, Macadons, Moon Cheese, Kizuki Ramen, and Teriyaki Time. She also was in her kitchen working on recipe development using ingredients from D'Vash Date Syrup, Ellenos Greek Yogurt, Seattle Cinnamon Roll, and Bells Pastries. Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast! 
On the 115th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we sit down with the owners of the Nacho Mamas Food Truck, Chris and Sandra Curtiss. You can visit their food truck at various breweries and locations. They're serving your not so ordinary gourmet nachos as well as soups and other fares. Also, make sure you don't skip their dessert specials. Listen in as Chris and Sandra tell you about the evolution of their food truck and how it all started.  Also, it's Thanksgiving week, we we tell you what we're all thankful for. Listen in as we give you 6 things we're both grateful for during this crazy year. As for this week, Monica and Nelson both received a delivery of live Dungeness Crab from Fathom Seafood in Tacoma, WA.  In addition, for what they ate this week, Nelson had lunch and a tour of the garage at Derby Restaurant and The Shop in the Industrial District, checked out the new Salt and Straw that just recently opened in Kirkland, got takeout from the Box and Burgers, and got boba from Yifang in Redmond.  Meanwhile, Monica received a delivery from Blue Star Donuts, had fried chicken at the Counter at Old Ballard Catering Co., and revisited Heaven Sent Fried Chicken, Tutta Bella, Sisi Kay Thai, and Bells Pastries.  Thank you so much for listening. We hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving and enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast.
On the 114th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we're chatting with Tasha and Ronny of @thechinolatinaway, formerly @chinoychinaeats. Ronny and Tasha recently hosted their second Papi Chino Pop-Up at Cafe Opla and it was a hit serving Cuban inspired food and drinks. As foodies in Seattle, listen in as they talk about the difference between the food scene in Miami versus Seattle. Also, Ronny tells us what he's been cooking up for Tasha while they've been at home these past few months.  In addition, it's our Thanksgiving Extravaganza Episode! Tune in as Nelson provides you with 4 options to purchase Thanksgiving Dinners and Turkeys to-go while Monica gives you several options to get pies around Seattle before Thanksgiving. Moreover, Monica and Nelson also checked out a new spot for lunch on Aurora Ave called Hangry Panda. As for what they ate this week, Nelson went on a Kent food crawl, which included Egghole and Nana's Southern Kitchen. He also stopped by Sip and Smile for their new Chicken Apple Delight sandwich, dined at the new outdoor area at Dock and Drink at the Hyatt in Lake Washington, checked out the La Dulce Pop-Up, ordered lunch from Sam Choy's Poke to the Max, grabbed coffee at Coffeeholic, and picked up Lao Sausage at Vientiane Grocery Market and Banh Mi's at Q Bakery. Meanwhile, Monica visited Seattle Cinnamon Roll twice, grabbed takeout from Twisted Cuban Cafe and Kiriba Sushi, had beverages from Dutch Bros and Fick's Hard Seltzer.  Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast!
On the 113th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we chat with Joey and Karma Lee, owners of Bobae in Woodinville. Bobae just recently celebrated their 1-year birthday in September and they are known for their unique boba and drinks series like the Nitro series. Bobae prides themselves in using all natural ingredients, no additives, and everything is made in house. Frequent customers love their monthly specials like their Pumpkin series in October and the Golden Memory, sweet corn milk drink, in November. Listen in as Joey and Karma tell us how Bobae got started and the process of creating all their original beverages. In addition, Monica and Nelson recap a week, which included lunch at Wild Ginger McKenzie in South Lake Union. Currently, all Wild Ginger locations are offering 50% off for bottles of wine when you dine in and they are also participating in Seattle Restaurant Week. They also got a delivery from McDonald's to help premier the new sweet bakery items added to their current Breakfast menu.  As for what they ate this week, Nelson got takeout from Musashi's for his Election Day meal, sampled the superfood granola, Forij, had beers at the Queen Anne Beer Hall, grabbed lunch from Dumpling the Noodle in Wallingford, and finished the week off picking up Tres Leches cake from the @feedthepudge x @tres_lecheria Pop-Up with Monica and friends. Meanwhile, Monica ordered jars of Sticky Sweets and Treats, stopped by for a 2nd lunch at Agua Verde Cafe, and experimented with some holiday recipes, using Ellenos Greek Yogurt and Just Date Syrup. Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast!
On the 112th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we're sitting down with Felipe Hernandez, owner of Los Hernandez Tamales in Union Gap, WA and winner of the 2018 James Beard Award for America's Classics. Los Hernandez Tamales has been in business for over 30 years making tamales and it's a destination for those in Western Washington who make it out to Eastern Washington. Listen in as Felipe Hernandez tells us how Los Hernandez Tamales originated and how they learned of their James Beard recognition. In addition, Monica and Nelson tell you about two upcoming Pop-Ups hosted by some of your favorite foodies. Make sure you pre-order your Tres Leches Cakes before noon on November 3rd to get your @feedthepudge X @tres_lecheria Cakes for pickup this Sunday. On Saturday, be sure to stop by Cafe Opla for the 2nd Papi Chino Pop-Up hosted by @chinoychinaeats.  As for what they ate this week, Nelson went to Kirkland to grab takeout from Tokyo Stop and Shake Shack, sampled dipped cookies from Dipped Elegance, had lunch at Tamari Bar, checkout Lil' Woody's for their Fast Food Month, grabbed sandwiches from Sip & Smile, had beers and burgers at Perihelion Brewery and stopped by the Despi Delite Bakery. Meanwhile, Monica did a lot of home cooking using Franz Bakery Bread, Mom's Micro Garden Greens, and Ellenos Greek Yogurt and created a charcuterie board using Coro Salami, Beecher's Cheese, and Milton's Cheese Crackers. She also picked up food from Kiriba Sushi, Pho Tic Tac, Little Ting's Dumplings, T'Juana Tacos, and Piroshky PIroshky, and reviews Bell's Pastries Monthly Macaron Halloween set. Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast!
On the 111th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we sit down with Trinh Nguyen, one of the owners and chefs of Ba Sa Restaurant in Bainbridge Island. Ba Sa is one of the hottest restaurants in the Greater Seattle area and is worth taking the ferry ride over. They just celebrated their one year anniversary in September and Ba Sa is always creating new and innovative Vietnamese and Asian dishes. Listen in as Trinh talks with us about how Ba Sa's concept came about and what they been doing to pivot during the past several months.  In addition, Monica and Nelson recap the week, which included our dining experiences at Soi in Kirkland and getting deliveries from Moms Micro Garden and Franz Break for their Spirit of Giving Campaign. We also reviewed the new holiday 4-pack from Coro by Salumi, perfect gifts for the upcoming holidays or just to pick up for an every day snack. As for what we ate this week, Nelson was down by the Amazon Doppler checking out the Regrade Streateries in the SLU. He also ate at Marination and Casco Antiguo while down there. Moreover, he also had a delivery of Pumpkin Pie Cupcakes from Trophy Cupcakes, checked out the new Ramen Ramen Pop-up in Hillman City, tried the new drink from Coffeeholic, experienced the Beer Wall at Vinason Pho & Grill, and had lunch with friends at Mekong Village. Meanwhile, Monica did some cooking at home with his son, went on a food crawl eating at Mike's Noodle House, SuSu Dessert Bar, TP Tea, and Bamboo Sushi and Frankie and Jo's at U-Village. She also visited Agua Verde Cafe, Tutta Bella, and Sugar & Spoon. Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast!
On the 110th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we're talking to Lauren Ko (@lokokitchen), author of the new book, Pieometry. Lauren took the social media world by storm with her viral eye-popping and elegant pie and tart designs. She just recently released her new book, PIeometry, and is available anywhere books are sold. Learn all of her tips, tricks, and recipes for making all of her wonderful pie and tart creations in Pieometry. Also, signed copies are available at Made in Washington stores. Tune in as Lauren tells us about how she first started creating her pie designs and how her new book came about. In addition, Monica and Nelson recap the week, which included cookies from Crumbl Cookies that just recently opened in Covington. They also tell you about the Franz Bakery Spirit of Giving campaign, which starts on October 23rd and ends November 22nd.  As for what they ate this week, Nelson went to Pike Place Market and stopped by Panier Bakery and Michou, grabbed lunch at Fremont Bowl, had dinner in Issaquah at Green Iron Mongolian Grill, stopped by Q Cafe for a cake from V with Love Cakes, and grabbed Chorizo Breakfast Burritos from the T.Juana Tacos Food Truck.  Meanwhile, Monica sampled the pinata cake from Sweet Nothings and More, had a delivery from Milton's, ate at Grill City inside Seafood City, stopped by Go Poke and Dochi, had food from Tolu, and visited Momocha, Where Ya at Matt, Agua Verde Cafe, and Tutta Bella. Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast.
On the 109th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we chat with owner and chef, Traci Calderon, of the Atrium Kitchen at Pike Place Market. Traci has been running Atrium Kitchen since 2017 and pre-pandemic, Chef Traci catered, taught cooking classes, and fed the neighborhood through her Nourished Neighborhood program. Listen in as Chef Traci tells us how she got started as a chef and how she's had to pivot the Atrium Kitchen's business model during these past several months. In addition, Monica and Nelson recap the week, which featured lunch at Andare at the Hyatt Hotel in Downtown Seattle. Andare just recently reopened after several months. They also went out to Fremont to check out the Backdoor at Roxy's to check out their re-launch.  As for what they ate this week, Nelson had pizza from Resonate Brewery, grabbed takeout from Terry's Kitchen, pre-ordered food from the @feedthepudge and Phorale pop-up, had fried chicken and gumbo at Cookies Country Chicken, checked out Don Lucho's, and joined Monica for some Nana's Green Tea.  Meanwhile, Monica revisited Sisi Kay Thai, ordered takeout from Ivar's, and used a recipe from @annie_eatsfood.  Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast! 
On the 108th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we're chatting with Seattle Food Instagrammer, Garrett Lee (@illeatists). Garrett is known for his behind the scenes videos as he goes into kitchens and documents the creation of your favorite dishes. He's also been working on several pop-ups, so stay tuned for those. Listen in as we talk with Garrett about what it's like to film with cooks, what it's like to run a pop-up, and where he likes to dine in the Seattle area.  In addition, Monica and Nelson take a ferry ride out to Bainbridge Island to check out Ba Sa Restaurant. They are doing amazing Modern Vietnamese cuisine using locally sourced ingredients and we tell you all about our experience.  As for what we ate this week, Nelson checked out the food truck, El Maestro Del Taco, for tacos, picked up a pizza from Pagliacci's, ate sourdough donuts on Bainbridge Island with Monica and friends at Pleasant Beach Donuts, and picked up Banh Mi's from Saigon Deli.  Meanwhile, Monica baked cookies using Jasmin Bell Smith's cookie recipe from Bells Pastries, grabbed coffee from Dutch Bros., and made another visit to Don Lucho's. Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast!  
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