BALLARD—Delancey hosts "Cook Your Heart Out" this weekend—a huge cookbook sale sponsored by Seattle Public Library's Friends of the Library. The Seattle Times reports that volunteers are expected to haul in around 2,000 cookbooks for the event (and clear what's unsold out of the dining room before the pizzeria opens for dinner each night.) The event lasts from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. [All You Can Eat] UPDATE: Per Friends of the Seattle Public Library's Facebook page: "Due to the overwhelming turnout at today's Cookbook Sale at Delancey & the Pantry, we have depleted our inventory of cookbooks. Because of this unexpected turn of events, tomorrow's (Sunday) sale has been canceled."
WALRUS WIRE—Kinfolk posted a Q+A with The Walrus and the Carpenter co-owner Jeremy Price along with some predictably dreamy photos. Says Price: "There's something genuine about doing what we do where we are doing it." [Kinfolk]
SHORELINE—Easy Monkey Taphouse officially opens its doors tomorrow. Expect around 10 beers on tap, including pours from Salish Sea and Two Beers, plus Sozo Friends wine by the glass and Seattle Cider Co. cider. The new space is closed Monday and Tuesday; hours of operation are posted online. [EaterWire]
[Photo: Easy Monkey Taphouse/Facebook]