This weekend Miller’s Guild chefs will be out and about supporting great causes in the community and sharing our wood-fired craft cooking from Seattle to the Eastside.
On Friday, Chef Jason Wilson will be manning the grill at
The Bite of Seattle’s The Alley to benefit Food Lifeline. He’s created a special dish of charred eggplant, garden summer vegetables and spicy peppers as part of The Alley, which benefits hunger relief through Food Lifeline. Support a great cause and enjoy seasonal summer vegetables wood grilled to perfection by our award-winning chef.
Savory and sweet – that’s Chef Sam Mardis! As our sous chef and pastry chef, Sam will be utilizing every cooking technique, tool and his creative approach to food when he competes against the highly regarded World Cup of Baking Champion, William Leaman of Bakery Nouveau in The Bite of Seattle Mystery Ingredient Cook-off competition. Each chef will have 30 minutes to create a dish that will impress the judges and audience. The Bite Cooks throws a culinary wrench into the cooking equation with three mystery ingredients revealed at the beginning of the competition. Cheer on Sam and taste his creation on Saturday, 2 p.m.
This weekend the Eastside also boasts a three-day event with Kirkland Uncorked, featuring over 70 Washington wineries at Kirkland’s beautiful waterfront Marina Park. Chef Jason Wilson will be grilling up first of the season peaches for his Grilled Peach Salad with ham, ricotta and pistachios. The event benefits one of the state’s leading non-profit, no-kill animal shelters, Homeward Pet Adoption Center. Sip your way through Kirkland Uncorked and be sure to check out Chef Jason at the outdoor waterfront grill at 3 p.m. on Saturday.
Enjoy the sun, our original cocktails, and our wood-fired Seattle craft cooking on our patio all weekend long. We’re serving up Geoduck Ceviche with Loquat, Tomato, Cucumber, Cilantro and Sorghum; house-made charcuterie such as Berkshire Pork Terrine and Beef Bresaola; and Aspen Hollow Grilled Lamb with House Made Merguez, Romesco.