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Culinary Loop chefs set CrabFest Cooking Demo stage ablaze

Olympic Culinary Loop Cooking Demonstration Stage at the Gateway Pavilion

The Dungeness Crab and Seafood Festival, October 5-7, 2018  is proud to share a fantastic Demonstration Stage line-up of chefs from around the Olympic Peninsula and beyond. Each chef will use fresh, local ingredients to prepare mouth-watering Olympic Coast Cuisine.

Featured Culinary Loop member chef's include:

Dan Ratigan, Executive Chef The Fireside Restaurant, Port Ludlow Resort, WA 

 

Cooking: Neah Bay Black Cod with Eaglemount Cider Deglaze

Jess Owen, Chef, Ocean Crest Resort, Moclips, WA

 

BW-Chef

Cooking: Asian Dungeness Crab Cakes with Chocolate Chili Sauce

 

 

 

Chef Joshua Baar Executive Chef at  Kokopelli Grill, Port Angeles, WA

 

Cooking: Kokopelli Kokonut Shrimp with a Grand Marnier and mango chutney and Dungeness Crab Cakes over house sofrito crema with garlic saffron cinnamon aioli, and house fire roasted corn salsa with Queso Fresco

 

Shawn Mitchell, chef and Oyster Saloon manager at the Hama Hama Oyster Saloon

 

Cooking: Hama Hama Shellfish Risotto



 

Chef Joshua Diehl, Executive Chef at Lake Crescent Lodge’s Olympic Peninsula dining room, Lake Crescent – Olympic National Park WA 

 

Cooking: Cheesy Dungeness Crab Radiatore, and Autumn Crab and Corn Salsa with Tortilla Chips

Full Cooking stage demos online: https://www.crabfestival.org/cooking-demos/

Explore the Salish Sea through the eyes of a chef

Experience the bounty of Olympic Coast Cuisine with Chef Diane LaVonne and Puget Sound Express on a 3-day culinary tour of Washington’s Salish Sea.  Spend days onboard the comfortable, spacious Glacier Spirit, and evenings at the historic Ravenscroft Inn (October 19-21, 2018) in Port Townsend, Washington’s Victorian Seaport and Arts Community.

This is the ultimate trip for the foodie who wants to learn about Pacific Northwest Cuisine and tour the inland waterways that make the Pacific Northwest such a compelling destination.

This cruise is limited to 15 participants.

Highlights Include:

  • Gourmet meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • Cooking classes with Diane LaVonne, of Seattle’s Urban Cooking School “Diane’s Market Kitchen”
  • Cruising tours of Penn Cove Mussels and Dungeness Wildlife Refuge
  • Breath-taking views of the Olympic Peninsula and Cascades
  • Evenings in Port Townsend, dubbed the “Paris of the Pacific Northwest” by Sunset Magazine