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WRITTEN BY NANCY LESON
PHOTOGRAPHED BY BARRY WONG
 Dining Out 2003

Time to eat: Feeding old hungers, new passions and everything in between
 
What's on the menu
Good In The Mornin'
Photo Breakfast and brunch breaks »
Afternoon Delights
Photo Afternoon nibbles and noshes »
The Evening Song
Photo From happy hour to late-night bites »

 
 Photo
At Hosoonyi, soon-doo-boo (soft-tofu soup) is the specialty of the house. Pictured here in front of hae-mool-pah-juhn (pan-fried seafood pancake), the steaming, spicy concoction is perfect for warding off fall chills.
Hungry for love? For money? For fame?

Not me. I'm just hungry. It's been a decade since I landed a job whose description (Eat! Eat! Eat!) should go a long way toward keeping that hunger at bay. Fat chance.

Ten years of nonstop dining and I still find myself enamored of the wide world of eating, a world that keeps me hungry for the little joys in life: a great hotdog, a creamy ice cream cone, a fatty slice of blue fin tuna or a thin-crusted wedge of New York-style pizza. I regularly hunger for a taste of Asia, of Italy, of home. When those urges come, I go, responding at will to the time of day or the season, the mood I'm in or the person I'm with, ever grateful to live where I can satisfy my longings without spending too much money or traveling too far.

So come with me for a bite, a drink, a nibble, a nosh. I'm hungry.

Aren't you?

Nancy Leson is The Seattle Times' restaurant critic. Barry Wong is a Pacific Northwest magazine staff photographer.



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