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Former Sno-Isle Tech culinary student Adrian Ramirez at Red Cork Bistro on Monday, July 16, 2018 in Mukilteo, Wa. Ramirez co-owns Red Cork Bistro with his wife, Soco Molina. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
He went from student to chef-owner of a hometown restaurant

Sno-Isle TECH Skills Center gave Mukilteo’s Adrian Ramirez a solid culinary foundation.

He sings about ignorance, war and greed — and it’s OK to laugh

Roy Zimmerman, a mainstay on left-leaning radio, will perform a one-man show in Marysville.

The smartest no-cook dessert you can make is a fool

This take on the classic English dessert takes advantage of the thick creaminess of Greek yogurt.

This French culinary phrase is the secret to all cooking

Follow the method of preparing and organizing ingredients to maximize a recipe’s efficiency.

Short plays, long laughs at Phoenix and Thumbnail theaters

Summer Shorts is a collection of 10-minute comedic plays peformed in Edmonds and Snohomish.

Gil Schwarzmiller, 91, for many years played in the Sauerkraut Band started by his brother 50 years ago. He is the grand marshal of Saturday’s Kla Ha Ya Days parade. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Sauerkraut Band: Music, fun and fermented cabbage since 1968

Celebrating 50 years of making people laugh, the Snohomish band continues to be life of any party.

Southern comfort: Grits cakes a crispy cushion for spicy shrimp

If you’re allergic or don’t like seafood, try making this recipe with eggs or sausage — or both.

Everett’s Village Theatre wants to stage your original musical

The theater company is calling for writers to submit new musicals for the Festival of New Musicals.

Firefighter Travis Smith gets ready to slide down the fire pole at Everett Fire Department Station 1. The pole is the only one remaining at an Everett firehouse. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
Stairs are safer but not as cool as Everett’s last fire pole

Video: In the days of horses, poles became common at fire houses. Then along came risk managers.

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