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An Instagram Weekend in Seattle – IFBC

September 24, 2013 | North America, Seattle, Travel, Washington

seattle lowells pike place market salmon

Salmon and Jasmine Rice, Lowell’s, Pike Place Market

Every once in awhile, the stars align for me. Last week that meant that I managed to snag a spot in the popular International Food Blogger Conference (IFBC) in Seattle and combined that with my planned trip to the region to shoot some photos for my upcoming cookbook. What I didn’t know before I went was just how great the experience would be – both Seattle itself as well as IFBC. Enjoy the Instagram tour of my weekend!
seattle chateau ste michelle wineryseattle chateau ste michelle food and wine pairingFood and Wine Pairing, compliments of John Sarich, at Chateau Ste. Michelle in Woodinvilleseattle pike place marketPike Place Market at Dusk (on the way to the FreshBlogger social event)seattle rn 74 wine bar signMy favorite sign in Seattle – RN 74 Wine Barseattle starbucksCertainly had my fair share of this while I was in Seattle!seattle chihuly glassChihuly Glass Gardensseattle space needleThe Space Needle – and the blue skies that we were fortunate to enjoy!seattle oyster barA menu I don’t see much in Denver, but you’ll see everywhere in Seattlewestward seattle wild boar meatballsOne of my new finds for the cookbook – Westward – serving up wild boar meatballs with fried shishito peppers, chile, and honeyIFBC andrew scrivaniThe well known NY Times food photographer Andrew ScrivaniIFBC amazon grocery speed bloggingAmazon Grocery sponsored live blogging event – way too much sugar and processed foods, but an interesting experiencevolterra seattle ballard polenta with mushroomsvolterra seattle ballard crab ravioliUrbanSpoon Dine Around at Volterra – Polenta with Mushroom Ragu and Dungeness Crab Raviolirevel seattle eggs and tuna on toastrevel seatte line cookFinishing up my weekend with Sunday brunch at Revel before visiting Theo Chocolate, the Fremont Market, and the Ballard Market.

Registration is open for 2014 and the IFBC is returning once again to Seattle – with any luck, my cookbook will be released just in time!

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  1. Great shot of the egg dripping. Andrew Scrivani would be proud!

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  2. Seattle – my favorite place! Great photos.

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