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Mariners Go Peanut Free; Grim's Brunch Menu Revamp

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SODO — Safeco Field and the Mariners have started hosting "peanut-free" games this season after a desperate plea from a fan whose son has a dangerous peanut allergy. "Before each peanut-free game, crews pressure wash the section in the upper deck in the right field corner, then a team of volunteers follows up with towels to scour every surface," reports MyNorthwest.com. They've hosted one so far this season; two more are set for July 10 and August 11. [MyNorthwest]

CAPITOL HILL — Grim's has rolled out a revamped brunch menu, available Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Menu items include a golden beet and sweet potato hash, buckwheat waffles, breakfast panini, and dulce de leche French toast. [EaterWire]

CAPITOL HILL — Hugo House is hosting a workshop called "Hungry for Words: An Introduction to Food and Travel Writing" with New York Times best-selling writer Kathleen Flinn. The workshop takes place July 18 and 19 and will cover topics like recipe writing, developing details, generating ideas, pitching publications and basics of nonfiction book proposals. [EaterWire]

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