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Nuflours Expands; Seattle Chefs Bucking Trends & More!

[Photo: Olympic Provisions/Lark/Nuflours]

CAPITOL HILLNuflours, a gluten-free bakery formerly known as d:floured, is taking over the former North Hill Bakery space on Capitol Hill. CHS reports the bakery will start renovations on the space early next month. [CHS]

DOWNTOWN— Nancy Leson will be hosting a Town Hall discussion on Thursday, November 14, focused on chefs who are bucking trends in favor of flavor. On the docket: Lark's John Sundstrom, Mashiko's Hajime Sato, Café Juanita's Holly Smith and Wild Ginger's Rick Yoder. The event is free. Conversation starts at 7 pm. [Seattle Times]

PORTLAND— Portland restaurant/butcher/charcuterie maker (and Portlandia star) Olympic Provisions has landed a cookbook deal with Ten Speed Press. Meredith Erickson, whose work includes the very fine The Art of Living According to Joe Beef and Le Pigeon, will be co-writing. Expect it Fall 2015. [Portland Monthly via Eater National]

Cafe Juanita

9702 Northeast 120th Place, , WA 98034 (425) 823-1505 Visit Website

Mashiko

4725 California Avenue Southwest, , WA 98116 (206) 935-4339 Visit Website

Wild Ginger

1239 Park Street, , CA 94501 (510) 263-8128 Visit Website

Lark

952 E Seneca St, Seattle, WA 98122 206 323 5275 Visit Website

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