FOOD is a monthly segment exploring cooking, eating, and how food shapes our identity and culture here in the Northwest.
FOOD: ‘The best turkey we’ve ever had’: A loyal following in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District
Kau Kau BBQ Restaurant in Seattle's Chinatown-International District started roasting Thanksgiving turkeys decades ago. It's now an enormously popular tradition with many repeat customers.
FOOD: Spice Bridge offers global flavors that are 'so frickin' good'
Just south of Seattle, in a new development called Tukwila Village, something special is cooking. A lot of special things, as a matter of fact.
'Irish' Spaghetti and the power of food and family
In the latest installment of FOOD, KNKX's Ed Ronco shares an old family recipe with food commentator Nancy Leson. Meet "Irish Spaghetti."
FOOD: The place with all the peppers
In this month's episode, KNKX's Ed Ronco and food commentator Nancy Leson head to Yakima County to visit a farm that grows more than 200 varieties of peppers, sold at farmers markets across western Washington.
FOOD: J. Kenji López-Alt on Seattle, cooking and representation
The chef, columnist, cookbook author and social media sensation just moved to Seattle. Why? Nancy Leson asks that and other questions in this conversation about food, representation and more.
FOOD: A salmon feast and a happy reunion
It’s been a decade since I cooked my first salmon, while living in Alaska — three hefty filets from some Chinook I’d caught and saved, frozen, to impress my Michigan parents on their first trip to visit me.