Episode 121 - Craig Yamada (@thedonutlabseattle)
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!