Sample recipes from Tom Douglas' Seattle Kitchen

White Winter Salad with Aged Parmigiano-Reggiano

This salad is a winter staple at Palace Kitchen. Use the finest aged Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese here. This is the highest grade of impor...

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Green Onion Pancakes

These green pancakes are Loretta’s favorite part of the tasty sashimi tuna salad. Flour tortillas make this dish easy, and they work per...

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Thai Basil and Lime Kamikaze

My wife, Jackie, grows all kinds of basil in her herb garden, and sometimes we put a few leaves in a glass of sparkling water. A little ...

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Cornmeal-Fried Oyster Sandwich with Lemon Tartar Sauce

One of my favorite sandwiches is the classic po’ boy from New Orleans, a hollowed-out baguette heaped up with fried oysters and slathere...

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Grandma Douglas’ Schnecken

As long as I can remember, and long before that, my family has made these rolls (similar to cinnamon rolls) for most every holiday. My brother and sisters always fought for the gooey middle rolls, but I love the ultracaramelized golden-brown corners.

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Peak-of-Summer Berry Crisps

In the Northwest were known for our berriesraspberries, strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, marionberries, salmon berries, huckleberries, boysenberriesthe list seems endless at the peak of summer. Any combination of berries is fine in this recipe. You can make crisps all year-round, using whatever fruit is in season rhubarb, apples, peaches We served this berry crisp one summer at the Bite of Seattle (a very large food event in the Seattle Center, near the Space Needle). It was voted best dessert of the Bite. Who knows how many hotel pans of crisp we made? The number was huge. We scrambled every night of the event to keep up with the demand, begging our produce purveyor for more berries, baking, baking, bakingand enjoying every sweet minute. This very simple dessert, still warm from the oven, cries out for a scoop of homemade ice cream, and may be our favorite dessert of all.

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Grilled Asparagus with Hazelnut-Star Anise Mayonnaise

Many people don’t realize how easy it is to grill vegetables. Zucchini, mushrooms, corn, peppers, onions, and tomatoes are all great on ...

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