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Jason Price
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Attended State University of New York at New Paltz
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Many have dreamed about leaving the big city and getting back to the land.  Alice and Craig Skipton of Seattle did just that - but quitting their day jobs and moving to Bainbridge Island where they started Heyday Farm and followed their dreams.

#seattle   #farming  
Quit your jobs? Start a farm? Why not? This Seattle couple did just that and they are not looking back. Check out their story on starting Heyday Farm.
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The International District was once 'the place' to party in Seattle many years ago. Filled with a vibrant jazz scene, great food and culture - it was a destination. I wanted to find out what was left of this culture by visiting some of the last 'lounges' to drink at in the ID.  What followed was a trip down a slippery slope filled with beer, gin and whiskey...

#seattle   #bars   #nightlife   #internationaldistrict  
Seattle's International District is a vibrant area rich in history. But why doesn't anyone talk about the nightlife in the ID? I had to find out why...
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Many consultants are trained to become experts at the interview. But if you are sitting across the table from them - how do you pick the best candidates for the job without getting wow'ed for the wrong reasons?  Here's a quick how-to guide on interviewing consultants and picking the best.

#business   #consulting   #recruiting   #interview  
Interviewing consultants can be very challenging as resumes are written to dazzle. Here's a quick guide on how to interview and pick the best consultants.
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Caprial Pence's return to Seattle after spending the last 20-odd years in Portland is a welcome one. She's done it all in the cooking world from winning the 1st James Beard Award for Best Chef Northwest to owning restaurants to authoring books to appearing on her own television series.  What is she doing for an encore?  Find out here...

#seattle   #restaurants   #cheflife
Chef Caprial Pence was the first winner of the James Beard Best Chef Northwest Award. Now she's back in Seattle and cooking up a storm at the Bookstore Bar.
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Loving this beautiful sunny day in Seattle.  70 degrees here we come!

#seattle   #spring2015   #sunshine  
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Down to 13 degrees here in the uk but Thursday just gone it went up to 27 degrees weird English weather lol
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Stuart Lane has been the 'guy behind the guy' at Seattle's Cascina Spinasse for years. Now the Exec Chef, he has plans to evolve the menu to another level while keeping many of the classics and there's reason to be excited - the guy can flat out cook Italian food like nobody's business.

#seattle   #chefinterview   #italianfood   #restaurant  
Stuart Lane's recent ascent into the Exec Chef role at Spinasse and Artusi was well deserved. Read about his journey and love of all things 'offally' meaty.
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If you are looking for ways to work with offal then here's an idea - beef heart pastrami is delectable. Try it!

#charcuterie   #curing   #beef  
If you love pastrami and corned beef then you need to try this recipe. Making pastrami with beef heart is not only simple - it's delicious.
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Many have dreamed about leaving the big city and getting back to the land.  Alice and Craig Skipton of Seattle did just that - but quitting their day jobs and moving to Bainbridge Island where they started Heyday Farm and followed their dreams.

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Quit your jobs? Start a farm? Why not? This Seattle couple did just that and they are not looking back. Check out their story on starting Heyday Farm.
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I love a nice sweet, medium hot chorizo with eggs and potatoes wrapped in a tortilla.  But it can often be difficult to find a good rendition of this Spanish/Mexican staple if you don't have a good carniceria nearby. Here's a simple recipe that will get you started on your way to making your own 'signature' chorizo at home.

#chorizo   #sausage   #recipe  
Chorizo is a staple in our home and is a must for any home charcutiere. Here's a simple recipe for Mexican chorizo that you can adapt to your own style.
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Thank-you Jason for sharing.... better to make your own. Looks good Jason. 
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Chef Stuart Lane is killing it at Seattle Italian restaurant Cascina Spinasse. Read on to find out about his love of meat and offal in this interview with TheHungryDogBlog.com and author Jason Price.

#seattle   #italianfood   #interview   #cheflife  
Stuart Lane's recent ascent into the Exec Chef role at Spinasse and Artusi was well deserved. Read about his journey and love of all things 'offally' meaty.
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If you are a fan of sushi and live in Seattle then you know of Shiro's.  It's better than ever these days.  Read on to find out why...

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Those of us who have lived in Seattle for some time all know the legend that is Shiro—the master sushi chef who presided over the
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Any self-respecting carnivore would have a hard time talking about their love of meat without including Southern-style cooking in the mix.  From barbecue to braises - Chef Wayne Johnson is a master with meat and he's bringing the beat back to Seattle at Shuga Jazz Bistro in Renton.

#seattle   #meat   #chefinterview  
Chef Wayne Johnson has been in the business for over 30 years - now he's bringing Southern food way down south of Seattle in Renton at Shuga Jazz Bistro.
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Jason Price Seattle-based Management Consultant and Freelance Writer
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Jason Price lives in Seattle and is a consultant and freelance writer published in Seattle Weekly, Eater Seattle, Modern Farmer and on both TheHungryDogBlog.com and TheThirstyDogBlog.com. He writes about food, chefs, farming and eating locally in and around Seattle.  In his spare time, he cures meat and develops new and interesting ways to make charcuterie!
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Judging the Bacon and Beer Classic in Seattle on May 2nd, 2015!
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Management Consulting, Freelance Writer
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  • Eater Seattle
    Contributor, 2014 - present
  • Seattle Weekly
    Contributor, 2014 - present
  • Thirsty Dog Consulting
    President, 2013 - present
  • Cascade Technical Services
    Client Service Director, 2015 - present
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2015: The Year of Meat
seattletallpoppy.blogspot.com

If a picture is worth 1,000 words, let's just say, this is a preview of the year ahead...my Year of Meat. Oh sure, I've written about Americ

The 25 Best Sports Bars in Seattle to Watch NFL and College Football - E...
seattle.eater.com

Seattle loves the smell of pigskin in the morning. Both the pro and college ranks are in full swing and with expanded schedules fans can now

Le Petit Cochon Gets "Rowdy, Gaudy and Sexy" With a New Name and a Fresh...
seattle.eater.com

Nose-to-tail eatery Le Petit Cochon has shortened its name and reset its concept. A new menu from chef/owner Derek Ronspies launched Friday,

Is Social Media Making Mankind 'Anti-Social'?
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The use of Social Media is on a major upswing across the globe. Many people use sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest to keep in tou

Rolling Rockers, Sleeper Agent Release New 'About Last Night' Album
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Alt rock band Sleeper Agent hit the music scene in 2011 with their album 'Celebrasion'. Their latest LP, 'About Last Night' was released in

Get It Cooked
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cook, cooking, get it cooked, getitcooked, meal, recipe, portal

The World Becoming a Selfie Centered Society
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Over the past 20 years our world has evolved to a point where nearly everyone in developed countries are connected to the web.

Would You Eat a Three Eyed Cow?
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The GMO vs. Non-GMO battle is continuing to heat up as evidenced by multiple measures on state ballots this past fall to label GMO foods. Mi

Chef Interviews Vol. 4: Jason Stratton of Spinasse, Aragona and Artusi
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The fourth in a series of interviews featuring influential Chef Jason Stratton of Spinasse, Artusi and his latest venture - Aragona right he

Jason Price - Writer
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Jason Price writes about business, travel and culture, after spening nearly 20 years working in management consulting, living in 3 countries

Chef Interviews Vol. 3: Ericka Burke of Volunteer Park Cafe
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The third in a series of Chef/Restaurant Owner interviews on The Hungry Dog Blog by Jason Price featuring Ericka Burke of Volunteer Park Caf

Grandpa's Favorite Banana Cream Pie Recipe - The Hungry Dog Blog
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Another heirloom recipe from Jason Price's Grandmother in Indiana: the famous Banana Cream Pie. My Grandpa's favorite treat made only on spe

Full Circle
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Fresh, local, organic fruits and veggies, delivered. Bringing the best of the farm to you every week. We deliver in WA, AK, CA, and ID.

Meet a Member - Marius from South Africa | Home Exchange Blog
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Ever wonder what it would be like to spend each day among zebras, giraffes, and wildebeests? Meet Marius, a HomeExchange.com member from Sou

Chef Interviews - Matt Janke of Lecosho on The Hungry Dog Blog
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The first in a series of Chef/Restaurant Owner interviews on The Hungry Dog Blog by Jason Price featuring Matt Janke of Lecosho in Downtown

Inspire WiFi
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It's Time to Get Connected!

Mushrooms Are Indeed Magical - The Hungry Dog Blog
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Mushrooms Are Indeed Magical - an look at the burgeoning foraging and mushroom scene in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest on The Hungry Dog

The Art of Decanting Wine - The Hungry Dog Blog
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Jason Price uncovers a dirty secret in the restaurant biz - decanting wine is a lost art among servers and somm's. Here's a quick 'how to' g

Blueberry Crunch Recipe - The Hungry Dog Blog
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Another of Jason Price’s favorites from his Grandmother in Indiana. Blueberry crunch is always a crowdpleaser and leaves guests wanting the

Eponymous cajun/creole menu that can be overwhelming at times. Imagine a NY diner sized menu with over 100 different creole dishes? It's impressive but you wonder how they can make everything on that menu with the same level of quality. Drinks are good as well as the scene. Great for lunch on a warm summer day with a friend!
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