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SEATTLE— The woman who owns The Blue Glass says you can expect her New American cuisine food truck, Evolution Revolution, to hit the streets next month. Patricia Bellafato has hired chef Singyn Hunter, who, according to Nosh Pit, spent years cooking aboard National Geographic vessels. Once he returns from a cooking stint in Anacortes, the two plan to get this mobile food party started! [Seattle Met]

QUEEN ANNEKraken Congee isn't the only pop-up getting ready to delve into dinner at Grub. Owner Sharon Fillingim tells Queen Anne View that her goal "is to feature as many talented chefs at Grub [as possible] and have our community get a taste of their work." On March 18, Feral Feasts returns to Grub featuring Spanish flavors made with local, seasonal ingredients. You can view the menu and buy tickets online. [QAV]

SEATTLE— The 2013 Washington Artisan Cheesemakers Festival is moving to fall this year to coincide with American Cheese Month. The event is scheduled to return for its second year on Saturday, October 12 at the Seattle Design Center. More than 20 Washington cheesemakers will be in attendance, along with some new additions, such as educational seminars. But the big change this year is that the festival will be held in two separate sessions. According to a press release, "This new format will allow smaller cheesemakers to still participate by choosing to attend one session only. It will also allow the event to grow without over-crowding the space which would hinder the interactions between guests and the cheesemakers." Tickets will go on sale in June. [EaterWire]

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