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Celia Payen checks on her freshly sprouted radishes, flanked by tulips on her left and a cardoon plant on her right. (Photo by Irina Vodonos)

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Audrey Turpaud tends her garlic plants at the High Point P-Patch. (Photo by Irina Vodonos) Slowly, reluctantly, in spurts, spring is coming to Seattle,...

Vodonos and her husband at their kitchen table in Queen Anne. From left; sukhariki—a hazelnut tea cookie, sauerkraut with cabbage and carrot, and a version with olive oil and cranberries. (Photo by Anna Goren)

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If you want great Russian food in Seattle, you might have to cook it yourself. And Moscow transplant Irina Vodonos wants to teach you. Unless you...

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Welcome to Iranian culture, where hospitality is king and food is the first step to friendship.  For almost as long as human beings have been...

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Today is the world's sweetest holiday, the Chandeleur. Celebrate as the French do by cooking up a mountain of fluffy (yet paper-thin!) crêpes. In France, most holidays...

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My first attempt at chapli kabobs gets the Instagram treatment. (Photo by Brett Konen) Until recently I knew next to nothing about Afghanistan, except...