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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.

Seattle Foodie Podcas‪t‬ Seattle Foodie Podcast

    • Food
    • 4.8 • 27 Ratings

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.

    Episode 129 - Val Gallina (@valiciouskitchen)

    Episode 129 - Val Gallina (@valiciouskitchen)

    On the 129th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we're sitting down with home cook and foodie, Val Gallina of @valiciouskitchen. Val has been sharing all of her recipes on Instagram and they are simple and easy to make. In addition, she's been sharing all of the places her and her family has been visiting recently. Tune in as she talks about recipe making and her favorite spots around Seattle.

    In addition, Monica and Nelson recap the week, which included a sneak preview of Harmony and Grain, which opens up March 1st, trying out McDonald's new Crispy Chicken Sandwiches, checking out Seeking Kombucha's newest spot in SLU, and visiting Mangosteen on two separate occasions. 

    As for what they're eating, Nelson had pho from Pho Bac Sup Shop, picked up chicharrones upon @insatiablyepicurious's recommendation at La Esperanza MErcado y Carniceria, grabbed pastries from Fuji Bakery, and went out to Georgetown to check out People of the Chubbs inside the Sneaky Tiki Bar. 

    Meanwhile, Monica checked out Jemil's Big Easy pop-up at Local Tide, had lemon meringue pie at A La Mode PIes, ate at Bumbu Food Truck, and stopped by SUSU Dessert Bar for some caramel hazelnut cake bites.

    Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast!

    • 46 min
    Episode 128 - Roxanna Zhang (@appetitediary)

    Episode 128 - Roxanna Zhang (@appetitediary)

    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!

    • 44 min
    Episode 127 - Alisa Muratova (@sweetnothingsandmore)

    Episode 127 - Alisa Muratova (@sweetnothingsandmore)

    On the 127th episode of the Seattle Foodie Project, we're sitting down with Alina Muratova, owner of the bakery pop-up Sweet Nothings and More. Sweet Nothings and More is making unique and creative pastries and sweets weekly as well as delicious chocolates at their pop-ups. Tune in as Alina tells her story of how she made the leap to owning her own business.

    In addition, Monica and Nelson announce the three winners of the Young Tea Giveaway featuring the Cold Tofu Pudding and Hot Grass Jelly Set. Due to the snow this weekend, the pop-up will be this upcoming Friday and Saturday.

    As for what they ate this week, Nelson had Cheesling chicken from BB.Q Chicken, previewed Ahi Tuna Tacos and Pandan Horchata from Mangosteen and BobaBar, picked up pizza from Formula Brewing, stopped by Yeti Bento, picked up cocoa bombs from the Cozy Bomb, grabbed Okazu Pans from Umami Kushi and Cakes of Paradise at Uwajimaya, and had Lunar New Year Takeout Dinner from Dough Zone.

    Meanwhile, Monica visited Sabine in Ballard, had pasta at Due Cucina in Totem Lake, got several Valentine's Day deliveries from Macadons and Dang Goodies, Bells Pastries, Sundre Box, and Girl Scout Cookies. She also received a gift of Socola Chocolates from San Francisco shipped by @bobaeggs.

    Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast!

    • 40 min
    Episode 126 - Gracie Santos (@grayseas.pies)

    Episode 126 - Gracie Santos (@grayseas.pies)

    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!

    • 40 min
    Episode 125 - Phil Mar (@philmaaaeats)

    Episode 125 - Phil Mar (@philmaaaeats)

    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!

    • 38 min
    Episode 124 - Festivus in January

    Episode 124 - Festivus in January

    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!

    • 33 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

zeke po ,

So easy to listen to!

I just listened to my first episode and Nelson and Monica are soooo easy to listen to! They make me want to take a long road trip just to listen, learn and laugh along! Love that they know so much about Seattle food, true experts! Can’t wait to sit back and listen to the rest of their episodes. So much fun!

Nicoleannejay ,

Amazing Podcast!

I love this show! Monica and Nelson have true cohost chemistry #notacouple and bring to life all of the fun, vibrant food, places and culture to visit in this amazing city of ours. If you are a foodie, and especially a Seattle Foodie, this show is a must listen! ❤️

looowie ,

Great hosts!

I enjoy the content they’re putting up and their personalities are so fun! They have wonderful chemistry together and really keep listeners engaged!

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