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Lark's John Sundstrom to Publish Cookbook; Bizarre Foods Seattle Recap

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CAPITOL HILLLark's John Sundstrom is using Kickstarter to fund an app and a limited print cookbook featuring 90 of his recipes. [EaterWire]

FOOD TV—If you missed last night's Seattle episode of Bizarre Foods, Seattle Weekly's Hanna Raskin has a handy summary for you. Turns out that Zimmern's crew really does think it's "gooey duck." [Seattle Weekly]

CAPITOL HILLPike Street Fish Fry added $1 oysters to its happy hour says Seattle Met's Allecia Vermillion. Happy hour runs from 5 to 8 pm Sunday thru Thursday and beers are $4. Get the oysters raw or grilled with a tasty coleslaw. [Seattle Met]

CENTRAL DISTRICT—Central District News reports that Mayor McGinn and the Seattle City Council are asking the Washington State Liquor Board to exempt neighborhood treasure Central Cinema from a regulation that forbids movie theatres from serving beer and wine, if they admit minors. [CD News]

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