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    Pacific Northwest Recipes

    I live in the beautiful Pacific Northwest - grew up in Oregon and live in the Puget Sound area these days. We're proud of our cuisine! This cookbook features recipes and ingredients from Washington, Oregon, British Columbia, and Alaska, as well as recipes by chefs and restaurants from the area.
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    This recipe comes from the Ohana Seafood Market in Washington state.

    Recipe #114828

    At the Hopvine Pub in Seattle, I often order a custom pizza that has pesto, feta, mushrooms, and eggplant on it. (In fact, I've posted my version here as "Eggplant Mushroom Feta Pesto Pizza" - yum!) Recently, I asked them about the eggplant, because I'd noticed on the menu under another description that it said it was their own marinated recipe. A few minutes later, the waiter showed up at the table and handed me a ticket with ingredients on it! Not a recipe, exactly, as no amounts were shown, but here's what I've done with it (with a few tweaks). :) I use these marinated eggplant pieces in sandwiches and on pizza, but I'm sure you can find other uses for them as well. Delicious! Prep time includes chilling.

    Recipe #114768

    This is my take on Azteca Restaurant's Pollo a la Crema. Rich and delicious! Chicken breast, sautéed with onion in a delicious mild crema sauce. Although the ingredient list is long, this recipe is actually quite easy to put together.

    Recipe #114594

    This is my favorite pizza, as I order it at the Hopvine in Seattle. Yum!

    Recipe #114676

    This recipe comes from the Sawmill Lavender Farm in Oregon. I like to serve the pound cake in the summertime with a pitcher of iced tea that includes lemon verbena leaves!

    Recipe #114485

    1 Reviews |  By GregV

    This is wonderful for Summer BBQ (even though I fire up the grill even during the middle of the winter). The flavors are wonderful. It may be a little spicy for some, but for the daring it's great. I found this recipe in the Oregonian newspaper, from Portland Oregon. I have many requests for this for dinner and for the recipe. Enjoy!!

    Recipe #114413

    This is so easy, and whips up in minutes. A must on your Christmas buffet table! Origional recipe comes from General Hospital in Everett, WA. The cooking time listed, does not include the passive chilling time.

    Recipe #114079

    Those wonderful, delectable, melt-in-your-mouth chocolates...those of you in the Northwest, especially, will recognize these candies. The recipe comes from a cookbook put out by volunteers and employees of a hospital in Washington state. Delish!! The number of mints you get, depends on how big you make them. I usually make them the size of a quarter or thereabouts. Refrigeration time is not listed.

    Recipe #113382

    This is the best recipe for smoked salmon dip I've tried. It comes from my dad, an Alaskan commercial fisherman, who makes the best smoked fish around. This dip is creamier than a lot of the pate' style smoked salmon spreads. You won't find your chips and crackers snapping in half as you go in for a dip. The green onions give it a little added texture and the garlic makes it more savory. If you don't have your own smoked salmon, you can always buy some at the supermarket. Just make sure it's wild Alaskan salmon!

    Recipe #113269

    It took me forever to come up with a frappuccino recipe that tasted like it came from a coffee shop. most people say theirs taste like Starbucks, but it doesn't. This actually tastes like Dunkin Donuts or Starbucks, and is so easy.

    Recipe #113022

    This is marked as Heart-Safe in my book that I got from a hospital in Washington state. I can't guarantee that, but I can guarantee the taste. Simply wonderful!

    Recipe #113040

    If you've got an espresso/cappuccino machine you're well on your way to recreating a top-choice Starbucks coffee drink. For the caramel part, you can use any caramel sauce that you find in the grocery store near the ice cream toppings. Pick your favorite. Just note that to make this recipe work best you'll only need 3 tablespoons of a richer caramel sauce (like the stuff Starbucks uses), but more like 4 tablespoons of a lighter sauce (such as fat-free Smuckers). For the vanilla syrup you can use the bottled syrups, such as those made by Torani, or just whip up a your own clone from scratch. By the way, if you want to make this clone super accurate, pick up bottles of the authentic vanilla syrup and caramel sauce sold in Starbucks stores.

    Recipe #59458

    A tasty recipe from "The Brimming Basket," the newsletter of the Pike Place Market Basket CSA. It was adapted from "The New Laurel's Kitchen."

    Recipe #112663

    A delicious recipe from "The Brimming Basket," the newsletter of the Pike Place Market Basket CSA, featuring Washington apples. It can be prepared up to four hours in advance. Prep time includes chilling for the vinaigrette.

    Recipe #112661

    A delicious recipe from "The Brimming Basket," the newsletter of the Pike Place Market Basket CSA. The recipe is an adaptation of a bisque served at Cascadia Restaurant in Seattle.

    Recipe #112664

    Oregon is well-known for it's delicious Tillamook cheeses! Here's a tasty and easy recipe featuring smoked cheddar from the Tillamook recipe contest in 2001, and submitted by Patty Cheng, Mountain View, California.

    Recipe #112666

    Widmer Brothers Brewing Company in Portland, Oregon brews a line of deliciously original European and American style beer. I haven't made this, yet, but it looks tasty! This recipe makes quite a big batch.

    Recipe #112665

    A delicious recipe from "The Brimming Basket," the newsletter of the Pike Place Market Basket CSA. It was adapted from a Whole Foods Market recipe by Rick Bayless.

    Recipe #112662

    I originally made these at the request of my old chorus director John Kelleher, who also worked at Seattle area Starbucks (I think he'd had the combo in a cookie there, once). I was surprised but very pleased they came out so tasty! These days, these are pretty much the only cookies which are requested and I make on a fairly regular basis.

    Recipe #112683

    From the Seattle Times, Wednesday, May 22, 2002. Recipe adapted from "The Cook's Illustrated Complete Book of Poultry."

    Recipe #112684

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