Volume 4


Tide Dinner

The Tide Dinner was born from a desire to commune with nature.  What does a meal look like when you have to move with the tide? What does food taste like when you enjoy where it grew and lived. Can you have a dialogue with nature? Lissa James from Hama Hama oyster farm and the crew at Melusine wanted to find out.

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On invitation from Seattle hospitality legend Graham Graham (aka, "GG"), Sea Creatures' front of house managers journeyed to Oaxaca, Mexico.

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Melon Gazpacho

Barnacle's melon gazpacho is as sure a sign as any that Summer has arrived!

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