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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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    I came across this drink at the Dragonfish Cafe in Seattle, and had to ask the waitress what was in them... now I enjoy them at home, too. It's a beautiful emerald green color!

    Recipe #34765

    Here's the "lite" version of the Emerald City "Martini" - if you're diabetic or sensitive to sugars this one is much less apt to give you a headache and it's darn tasty. :)

    Recipe #34644

    This is the drink made by a Seattle bar for Seattle Mariners' Ichiro.

    Recipe #9912

    I had this Caesar Drink in Kelowna, B.C. 5 years ago. I liked the horseradish in the drink, it gave it that little extra "pezzaz". Have been enjoying the drink ever since.

    Recipe #84613

    Recipe created by Todd Wilbur www.TopSecretRecipes.com The Red Robin Restaraunt is famous for their gourmet burgers and fries. Their secret ingredient is this seasoning mix. Update: I have added a little garlic powder to make even more authentic. Recipe adapted from Todd Wilbur's version of Red Robin Seasoning.

    Recipe #79235

    Here's a drink that's great to take on camping trips with good friends, perfect for sharing around the campfire. This is my own recipe that we take to SCA camping events in the Pacific Northwest (other folks have their "secret" recipes they don't share). You know you have good Apple Pie when you take a sip and you can even taste the crust. :) You don't want to miss out on this one!

    Recipe #29781

    Here in the land of microbrews (the beautiful Pacific NW), this marinade goes over really well. :) It is a really versatile recipe, and you can easily add or subtract amounts of the ingredients to suit your tastes - experiment and enjoy!

    Recipe #40224

    Got friends and camping to go together? Here's the drink for you! Similar to Apple Pie in a Bottle, here's my cobbler version of a drink that's great to take on camping trips with good friends, and perfect for sharing around the campfire. :) This is my own recipe that we take to SCA camping events in the Pacific Northwest.

    Recipe #30317

    9 Reviews |  By ms_bold

    This is from Top Secret Recipes. Makes 2 "grande" drinks for a fraction of the cost of a coffee house. Prep time does not include time to prepare and chill coffee.

    Recipe #98687

    It has taken me a while to perfect this recipe. I made it to save me from spending $4 a day on grande lite coffee frappuccinos from Starbucks.

    Recipe #97921

    This recipe is adapted from one of my favorite cookbooks, "Pacific Fresh" by Maryana Vollstedt. It rates great and easy with me.

    Recipe #106326

    Starbucks' Frappaccinos (SP?) were killing me $1.39 at a time so I fooled around and came up with this recipe. I think its a perfect match.........you decide.

    Recipe #100414

    This is my all-time favorite dessert. If you've never had it and you're in the Seattle area, go immedately to the 13 Coins Restaurant and try it! Very simple, but unbelievably rich and wonderful. A perfect end to a romantic dinner for two.

    Recipe #31284

    An unusual and tasty take on hot chocolate! From the Oregonian FoodDay section, Tuesday, December 21, 2004.

    Recipe #114925

    an unexpected treat. i first discovered these at a favorite restaurant in seattle, marco's supper club. this dish is a lot of fun and a big surprise for guests.

    Recipe #4371

    1 Reviews |  By Mark O.

    Recipe provided by Red Robin in an email. Very delicious. Easy to make.

    Recipe #18611

    Mmmmm! These Frangos will melt in your mouth! They are so easy to make and also make great gifts. After cutting the Frangos into small pieces, I individually wrap each piece in pretty cellophane paper, and then place all pieces in either a cool coffee mug, a pretty box, or a lovely bag. I then take a colorful recipe card and write out the recipe to include with the gift because people always ask me for it once they have tasted these! Please note that the prep time does not include chill time.

    Recipe #85538

    This is delectable and delicious, spread on thin crackers or pumpernickel bread. The recipe comes directly from Oak Harbor, Wa. When DH and I were on our honeymoon there in the early 90's, we stopped in at this little deli. They gave me the recipe. Don't even know if they are still there, but their recipe lives on. Hope you like this as much as we do!

    Recipe #109942

    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

    This sandwich was part of the Tea we enjoyed at the Empress Hotel in Victoria, BC. I've not been able to find "sweet ginger paste" in this country, so I just grate some fresh ginger and sweeten it.

    Recipe #101156

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