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Three restaurants offering fancy (and kid-friendly) dining experiences

If you want to head out for a fancy dinner and need (or want) to being along the kiddos, these three restaurants offer a special dining experience for big and little diners alike.

The Pantry in Ballard cooks up community and culinary treats

The Pantry was opened in 2011 by Delancey’s former executive pastry chef Brandi Henderson, who decided she wanted to get more involved in the community-building side of food. Since the opening, highly popular kids cooking classes have been added.

Cooking with Kids: Lasagna

Think about hiring yourself a pint-sized sous chef to help in the kitchen.

Kid-Friendly Tacos al Pastor with Pineapple

Not too spicy, not too difficult to prepare and just right sweetness - a taco that will score big with big and little people.

Meat-free in Seattle? 3 Places to Eat w/ kids w/o Meat

Whether your family is fully vegetarian, one of you swore off meat at the New Year or you just want to cut down on meat as the center of the meal, there are several good dining-out options around Seattle.

Chefs with Kids: Donna Moodie's Noodles & Choc Chip Cookies

Max's Noodles and chocolate chip cookies are two favorite food traditions for chef Donna Moodie and her son Max.

Party Finger Food Kids Will Love to Make (and Eat)

French cheese puffs, British sausage rolls, blue cheese cookies.

Seattle Chef Thierry Rautureau's Family Holiday Favorites: Rice Pudding

Thierry Rautureau's family favorite rice pudding is a Christmas Eve tradition.

Seattle Chef Leslie Mackie's Family Holiday Favorite: Mexican Wedding Balls

Mexican wedding balls are a holiday baking tradition for Leslie Mackie and her mother, sister and daughter.

Noodling Around: 3 Noodle Soups Kids Will Love

As the days get shorter and the nights get colder, we look to warm and comforting food to help get us through the season.

Make-Ahead Brunch Recipes for Easy Entertaining

Want to invite over another family for a meal? Try brunch!

Edible gifts for the holidays, part three: spiced cranberry chutney

This festive chutney makes a great accompaniment to roast turkey, but is just at home as part of a holiday cheese board.

Seattle Chef Jason Wilson's Family Holiday Favorite: Dungeness Crab Mac and Cheese

Dungeness crab mac and cheese with bacon is Jason Wilson's family's traditional meal on Christmas tree trimming day.

Edible gifts for the holidays, part two: lemon curd

Delicious as a base for lemon meringue pie or just spread on toast or a crumpet, lemon curd is a tart and tasty addition to the table.

Mini Gingerbread House How-to

A tiny gingerbread house is also a smaller project better suited to little hands and short attention spans.

Edible gifts for the holidays: pear and ginger preserves

Nothing shows love better than a homemade gift.
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