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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 71st episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we chat with Cristina Buenaventura, Bar Manager at Currant Bistro and the winner of the Stranger's Seattle Favorite Bartender. Cristina's extensive cocktail program and creations are a must try at Currant Bistro at the Sound Hotel in Belltown. Listen as she tells us how she got started making delicious libations and the process that goes into crafting all of her creations.  In addition, Monica and Nelson inform you of four events around Seattle this week including Locus Wines Pop-Up Shop with Sharply, Pop Punk Dim Sum at House of Hong, the 10th Annual Belgian Fest at Seattle Center, and the Flavor of Inspiration at Hot Stove Society.  Finally, this Saturday is the Chinese/Lunar New Year and we're telling you all of our favorite Chinese restaurants outside of the International District to go celebrate. Listen in as we tell you places to go get dim sum, noodles, takeout, or dinner reservations without having to brave the long lines and wait.  Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy our latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast. Happy eating, Seattle!
On the 70th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we chat with foodie and Instagrammer, Reda Ali (@bobaeggs). Reda is the youngest guest we've had on our show to date, but her food photography skills and palate is wise beyond her years. Listen in as we chat about her favorite places to eat and how you can eat for cheap as a college student around Seattle. And of course, since her handle has "Boba" in it, we had to ask her about bubble tea.  In addition, Monica and Nelson recap the week telling you about the new Grand Openings of Trophy Cupcakes in Upper Queen, their 6th location, and the opening of Musang in Beacon Hill.   Finally, we let you know about 4 events this week including the Guerilla Pizza Kitchen pop-up at Captain Blacks, the Currant Bistro Cocktail Making Class featuring zero proof and low-calorie drinks, the Seattle Aquarium After Hours Beach Party, and a Star Wars Party at Indulge Desserts. Hope everyone is ready for Snowmageddon 2020! One of us goes on a large rant about it, so make sure you tune in!  Thank you so much for downloading and listening and we hope you enjoy our newest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast. Happy eating, Seattle!
On the 69th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we sit down with Hans Korompis, Chef and General Manager of the Market Fishmonger in Edmonds. As you're already familiar, we love the Market Fishmonger and their ever changing menu of seafood dishes. Listen as Monica sits down with Hans as they chat about how he got started as a chef in Singapore and what the Market Fishmonger has to offer currently and in the future.  In addition, Monica and Nelson tell you about 4 different events around Seattle including the King Cake Party at Ben Paris, the Taco Tour at Pike Place Market with Chef Traci from the Pike Place Market Atrium Kitchen, Chuck's Hop Shop's 6th Anniversary Party, and Lechoncito at Addo Incubator.  Finally, we tell you about some of our favorite brunch spots you'll want to check out in 2020. Don't miss out as we each give you three places to try out in Seattle. Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast. Happy eating, Seattle!
On the 68th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we sit down with Food Instagrammer, Torrie Nagendran (@tor601). Monica and Nelson first met Torrie at the same food event Monica and Nelson met for the first time and they have all been friends ever since. Listen in as Torrie tells you about her travels all over the U.S. and outside of the country as she tells you how much research goes into finding all the food spots to check out. Torrie also tells you what foods she loves in the Pacific Northwest and what places around Seattle you can find them.  In addition, Monica and Nelson recap a lunch in SODO near T-Mobile Park at the Bistro Box Restaurant and Bar.  Plus, since this is our last show of the year, we decided to tell you about some of the restaurants that closed this year that we will miss and some of the new spots that will open in 2020.  Finally, since the New Year is coming up! One of the biggest New Year's resolutions everyone seems to always make is to be healthier, so we decided to give you our places on where you can get a healthy meal around Seattle. Thank you so much for listening! We hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast. Happy New Year and happy eating, Seattle!
On the 67th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we sit down with one of the co-founders of Abbio Kitchen, a new cookware company that launched this year. FOR ALL OUR LISTENERS, ABBIO KITCHEN HAS PARTNERED WITH US TO GIVE YOU 25% OFF ABBIO COOKWARE WITH THE CODE: foodie.  Listen as Monica talks with Eric Wahl about the origin of Abbio Kitchen and why their non-stick cookware is superior among other brands currently out in the market.  In addition, Monica and Nelson recap a week where we visited Sugar Mountain headquarters, home of Beecher's Cheese, Mishima Reserve and so much more, and had lunch at Staff Meal. We also were in Bellevue at 47 North Bar + Bistro located inside the Hilton Garden Inn to check out the launch of their new menu items. Finally, we have no events this week to tell you about due to the holidays, so we decided to do an Ask Me Anything (AMA) segment. We chose 5 listener questions you all submitted and we give you our honest opinions on what they asked plus a shoutout to each listener. Join us as we give you our most candid opinions.  Thank you for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast! Happy eating, Seattle! 
On the 66th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we chat it up with Foodie Instagrammer, Andrea Chiem (@hangryforwhat)! A Portland native, Andrea and Nelson sit down to discuss the contrast between the Portland and Seattle Food Scene and she gives us some of her favorite spots to eat while in Portland. If you're planning on making a trip down to the Rose City, make sure you listen to this interview for Andrea's top places to consume.  Also, it's the holiday season and Monica talks about her holiday gift guide, which you can find on monybseattle.com. Some of the items we highlighted on the show include Design Your Own Custom Boxes from Made in Washington Stores, Abbio Cookware, Plushies from Nice Rice, and merchandise and apparel from Ellenos Greek Yogurt and Seattle Viaduct Shirts.  In addition, Monica and Nelson recap one event from last week as we attended Seattle Insiders's Meet and Greet at Red Cedar & Sage located in Pike Place Market.  Finally, we also tell you about several events this week including the Crackle Crème Pop-Up at Ba Sa Restaurant, Saimin Night at Super Six, and the Winter Solstice Holiday Night Market and Beer Festival at Magnuson Park Hangar 30.  Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy our latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast! Happy Eating, Seattle!
On the 65th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we chat all things cider with Emily Ritchie, the Executive Director of the NW Cider Association. Emily has a passion for educate and connect people about cider around the Pacific Northwest including Washington, Idaho, and Oregon. She sits down with Monica to talk about cider in Seattle and where you can find cider at your local stores and bars.  Also, Monica and Nelson tell you about two events this upcoming week including a PCC Cooking Class led by 9th and Hennepin Donuts on how to make raised donuts and fritters and the West Seattle Winter Night Market.  Finally, it's the Winter season and we tell you about some of our favorite things to eat and drink around the Greater Seattle area to keep warm. We talk about our favorite spots to get Hot Pot, Noodles, Soups, and where to get a decadent Hot Chocolate. Listen to all our favorite recommendations.  Thank you so much for downloading and listening to our latest episode. We hope you enjoy the Seattle Foodie Podcast!
On the 64th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we chat with Instagram Foodie, Brian Lam (@bambamlambchops). Brian joined the Seattle Food community earlier this year and has been taking epic food photos ever since. Starting out as a landscape photographer, Brian combined his passion for food and photography together. Listen to our interview as he talks about what he cooks at home and where he likes to dine at in Seattle and on the Eastside.  In addition, Monica and Nelson recap a holiday week, which included a foodie get together at Heartwood Provisions, a visit to Seattle Pops for their new holiday popsicle flavors, and Pyramid Brewing's Keg Tree Lighting and Donation Celebration benefitting Food Lifeline of Western Washington.  Finally, we tell you about several events this upcoming week including Cocopop at the Axis 1 in Pioneer Square, Winter Beerfest at Magnuson Park held by the Washington Brewer Guild, Holiday Cheese Board Making Classes at The Works, and the Winter Feast Food Truck Fest at the Fremont Sunday Market.  Thank you so much for downloading and listening and we hope you enjoy our newest episode! Happy eating, Seattle! 
On the 63rd episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, it's our 2nd Thanksgiving episode! Unlike last year's episode, we're doing it a little different this time around and this episode sort of went off the rails! You won't want to miss this episode! Monica and Nelson are telling you what they're Thankful For as well as telling them their Turkeys of the Year! What's that, you say? We're airing out our grievances and telling you about all our pet peeves and awarding those who deserve it as our Turkeys of the Year! You'll want to make sure and listen to this as it's a fun and entertaining segment. Finally, we each share a recipe we've done for past Thanksgivings that you'll want to try.  In addition, Monica and Nelson recap last week's events which included checking out Capitol Hill's newest Natural Wine Bar, La Dive, sampling Tutta Bella's SLU Happy Hour menu and pizzas, and previewing The Butcher's Table's private event space, The Gold Dust Room.  Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast! Happy eating, Seattle!
On the 62nd episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we interview co-owner and Head Chef of Soi on Capitol Hill, Chef Yuie Wiborg. Chef Yuie has been cooking at a very young age in Thailand and has brought her unique Thai food dishes to Soi focusing on Thailand's North Eastern region of Issarn. Listen as she talks about how she's created the menu at Soi and what new things are coming up for the near future and next year. Currently, Chef Yuie is featuring three different specials of Khao Soi for the next three weeks, Green Curry Khao Soi, Khao Soi Sai Uah from 11/18 to 11/24, and Pan-Fried Crab Khao Soi from 11/25 to 12/2. We let you know what we thought of the Khao Soi specials, but just don't listen to us. Check it out at Soi today! In addition, Monica and Nelson recap a busy week, which included the opening of Rachel's Ginger Beer in the SLU, an event at Salumi in Pioneer Square kicking off the Made in Washington Northwest Charcuterie Collection, an early morning trip out to Market Fishmonger and Eatery for a Keyport and Market Fishmonger Crab collaboration, the opening of Locus Wines in Pioneer Square, and our review of Abbio Cookware non-stick pans.  Finally, we tell you about two events including Urban Craft Uprising's Gobble Up at Magnuson Park Hangar 30 and a French Macaron Workshop by Bells Pastries.  Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast. Happy eating, Seattle!
On the 61st episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we chat with one of the dynamic duos of @seattlefoodscene, @Vanessa Ronquillo. Vanessa sits down with Monica to talk about how her and her friend/co-founder, Teira Lacso, started their journey into the food world. In addition, they discuss how important minority and women-owned businesses play a key part in the community that builds the food landscape around Seattle. Listen as they have an informative conversation about Seattle food and it's key players.  In addition, Monica and Nelson recap a week filled with America's Test Kitchen Eats events on both Saturday and Sunday and they also ended Fig Week with a Fig Week Blogger Brunch at Bar Melusine.  Finally, we tell you several events and openings including Sugar + Spoon's new storefront on the Ave in the U-District, The Stranger's Seattle Pizza Week, two fundraisers Lauren Ko (@lokokitchen) will be a part of benefitting World Central Kitchen and Amara, the Theo Chocolate Broken Bar Series Holiday Edition, the Seattle Night Market at Magnuson Park, and Chefs+Together Seattle benefitting the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project.  Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast! Happy eating, Seattle!
On the 60th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we're doing a neighborhood focus on Ballard. Monica and Nelson giving you their 10 favorite places they like to eat in Ballard and what you should order there when you go there. Did your favorite Ballard spot make the list? Listen in if it did or if you need a place to eat next time you're out there.  Also, Monica and Nelson recap their visits to Agua Verde over the weekend and talk about their new menu items they've added.  Finally, they tell you about several events this week including America's Test Kitchen's Seattle Eats Festival, the Northwest Chocolate Festival, and the K'URB Street Food Market Pop-Up at Fremont Sunday Market.  Thank you so much for downloading and listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast. Happy eating, Seattle!
On the 58th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we interview food enthusiast and OG Instagrammer, Frank Edgington (@mrfrankstagram). Frank gets real with us and gives his view on the state of Instagram presently and he also tells you his favorite spots where you can find him at in Seattle.  In addition, Monica and Nelson announce the Giveaway winner for Gather Kitchen and Bar and we recap a week, which included dinners at Pomerol in Fremont and Anejo Restaurant and Tequila Bar in Capitol Hill and Pike Brewing Co.'s 30th Year Reunion Party.  Finally, we tell you about several food events this week including the Kirkland Zombie Wine Walk starting from the Heathman Hotel, Alexandra's Macarons Spooktacular Open House, Savor Seattle Restaurant Week at Maslow's by Farestart, a Butchery Demo with Rain Shadow Meats at C.C. Filson Store, and Molly Moon's Pop-Up at Theo Chocolate.  Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast!
On the 57th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we interview Annie Cheng (@anniechengeats), Founder and self-designated Chief Eating Officer of the Table Less Traveled. Table Less Traveled is a company that offers unique small group travel experiences all over the world. Annie is a Seattle native and she tells us about all her traveling experiences as well as some of her favorite things to do while she's in Seattle.  Also, Monica and Nelson recap a week which included the Whole Foods Culinary Event at Within SODO, Seattle Fresh Hop, and we review our salmon recipes we created with Sena Sea Seafoods.  Finally, we tell you several events this upcoming week including Tamales + Tres Leches at Cubes Baking Co. with Jess Tupper (@dessert_geek) and the Intentionalist, Fall Feast with Pike Place Market at the Atrium Kitchen, the Seattle Chocolate Haunted Factory Tour, Trucktoberfest, Pike Brewing's 30th Anniversary, and the Cascadia Cheese Festival.  Thank you so much for downloading and listening and we hope you enjoy our latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast! Happy eating Seattle!
On the 56th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we sit down with Bryan Kang (@emeraldcityeater). Currently, Bryan is one of the most talented Food Photographers in Seattle who captures food at a unique level. Listen as we talk about everything including how the Seattle Food Scene has grown over decades, why cameras are still worthwhile when shooting food in restaurants, why we love using Yelp as a resource, and so much more. Make sure you follow him at @emeraldcityeater.  In addition, Monica and Nelson recap events this week and some the following weekend including Cowabunga hosted by Seattle Met and Amazon, a tasting at Zylberschtein in Pinehurst, Project Glamburger by the Shambles and American Lamb Board, Next Level Cocktail Making Classes at Currant Bistro, the Delta 17:00 Pop-Up Bar, and the Fred Hutch Great Pumpkin Beer Festival.  Finally, we tell you several events this upcoming week including the Papi Chino Pop-Up at Café Opla, the Delicatus Sandwich Junkie Get-Down, Seattle Fresh Hop, and the Depressed Cake Shop at Optimism Brewing. Thank you so much for downloading and listening and we hope you enjoy our latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast!
On the 55th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, Monica sits down with Jonathan Amato, Managing Director of Curbside Provisions who oversees SeattleFoodTruck.com. Jonathan talks with Monica about the beginnings of the Seattle Food Truck scene when it was only 12 operating Food Trucks to now over 500 Mobile Vendors. They discuss the growth of Food Trucks in Seattle and what has changed for better or worse today.  Also, Monica and Nelson recap a busy week, which included Happy Hour at Crab Pot in Bellevue, lunch at Maggie Bluffs, and dinner at Gather Kitchen and Bar in Ballard. Finally, we tell you about 7 upcoming events including Dinner and DJ vol. 31 at Ciudad featuring Chef Young Cho of Phorale and co-hosted with Ken Tran (@feedthepudge), Taste America Seattle, Issaquah Salmon Days, Feast at the Market, the Delta 17:00 Bar, Taste of Seattle Made, and the Central Perk Pop-up Café in Capitol Hill.  Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast!
On the 54th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we bring you a special episode as Monica and special guest, Stephanie Forrer, recap their epic 4-day experience last week at Feast Portland. Feast Portland is a movement celebrating the diverse food and beverage community in Portland and around the world. It tells the story of chefs, winemakers brewers, farmers, artisans and makers in Oregon and how they connect with and inspire the rest of the  world. Feast Portland donates to hunger relief organizations. Listen in as Monica and Stephanie tell you their favorite bites and drinks throughout the weekend.  In addition, Monica and Nelson pick the winner for last week's Rosita's Grill's Giveaway and they also talk about Seattle's Food Festival, Cowabunga, going on this weekend. Tickets are on sale through the Cowabunga website. Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast!
On the 53rd episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we chat with Ken Tran (@feedthepudge). Ken was one of the first in Seattle to use Instagram as a platform to showcase food around the city. Listen to our interview as he tells us how he started his food account and what it takes now to curate a food Instagram account today. Also, be sure to check out the latest Dinner and a DJ Pop-Up at Ciudad, South x Southeast with Chef Young Cho (of Phorale) on September 30th at 7pm and co-hosted by Ken Tran.      In addition, Monica and Nelson recap a week including a dinner celebration at Art of the Table and dinner in downtown at Palomino. Finally, we tell you several events for the upcoming week including Extended Happy Hour at Chateau St. Michelle, the Fisherman's Fall Festival, Oktoberfests at Fremont, Kirkland, and Edmonds, the Ice Cream Social Pop-Up at the Fremont Sunday Market, the Fresh Catch Series at Palisade, and the Seattle Nourished Festival.  Thank you for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    
On the 52nd Episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we celebrate one year of shows! We made it everyone! This is our 1-year anniversary, 52 straight weeks of producing a podcast episode every Monday! To celebrate our 52nd episode, we reflect on how we got this podcast started and how we've grown from our first pilot episode to now. Also, we share with you some of our favorite interviews as well as what we want to accomplish in Year 2. To all the listeners and followers, thank you so much for supporting us through our first year! We couldn't have done it without you all! In addition, Monica and Nelson recap a week that included Momosan's Grand Opening Celebration in the Publix Building in Chinatown, Cider Tasting with foodie friends through the NW Cider Association, and dinner at Rosita's Grill in Greenlake. Finally, we tell you several events for the upcoming week including a Donut Lab Pop-up at the Mountaineering Club, the Greenlake Octoberfest, the Grilled Cheese Grand Prix, the Chinatown ID Night Market, the inaugural Georgetown Beer Festtival, Foreigner at Pike Brewing, and Feast Portland.  Thank you for listening and for all your support! We hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast! 
On the 50th Episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, Monica and Nelson tell you about their favorite places to eat on the Eastside. They tell you 10 of their favorite places you all need to try as well as several honorable mentions that didn't make the list at it encompasses the greater Eastside including Bellevue, Issaquah, Kirkland, and Redmond. Follow along as many listeners have requested this anticipated list! In addition, Monica and Nelson recap their visit with foodie friends to Capitol Hill as they check out the new Vegan menu at Bimbos Cantina.  And finally, they also tell you what's coming up for the Labor Day Weekend including both the Washington State and Evergreen State Fairs, Bumbershoot, Whiskey Wednesday hosted by the Seattle Gents at Hotel Sorrento, Garzon's Pop-up at Third Culture Coffee, and the United Way of King County Emerging Leaders' Seattle Chef's Table at Frelard Pizza Company.  Thank you so much for downloading and listening and we hope you enjoy our latest episode!
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