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Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Skillet: The Return

posted by on October 16 at 11:21 AM

First, there was love. Then, there was automotive mishap.

Now comes Farro, an Italian barley.

Skillet The Airstream Eatery is back up and running, and will spend today, Wednesday, and Thursday at Terry Avenue, and Friday at Ballard. (Check its web site for details, so you don’t go driving around aimlessly.)

Here’s the menu:


Kitchen scramble, chipotle braised pork, fire roasted salsa, tortillas

Steel cut oats, cranberries, cinnamon brown sugar, whole milk

Trailer Made Granola, organic milk

Waffles, maple braised pork belly, two fried eggs

Farm fresh eggs, scrambled, goat cheese, delicata squash, fresh herbs, crostini, freezer jam


Poutine, white cheddar, herby gravy, fresh herbs all smothered over handcut fries

Delicata squash and Farro risotto, sage, caramelized onions

Tomato basil bisque, Crusty bread and butter

Slow roasted lemongrass pork, cilantro daikon relish, red cabbage slaw, ginger mayo

The Burger, ground sirloin, bacon jam, arugula, bleu cheese, soft roll,
handcut fries or greens

Crispy artichokes, chipotle aioli

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Jesus titty-fucking Christ, that sounds good!

Posted by monkey | October 16, 2007 11:35 AM

Farro isn't an Italian barley. It's an Italian wheat. And it is delicious.

Posted by annie | October 16, 2007 11:35 AM

Did someone say bacon jam?

Posted by The General | October 16, 2007 11:36 AM

Skillet is the new Cafe Presse!

Posted by genevieve | October 16, 2007 11:43 AM

I heard rave reviews (admittedly from Erin, the owner) of the Skillet's outing to the Bottleneck Lounge (a bar little bigger than the Skillet) last Saturday. Both businesses had a record-breaking evening.

Posted by Andrew Taylor | October 16, 2007 1:51 PM

So so so good! The burger would have been a hot deal at twice the price and the fries were delicious. Super cool!

Posted by Eastside Por Vida | October 16, 2007 2:13 PM

What's the deal with oats always being "steel cut" anyways? I remember as a kid it was always just "oatmeal". Is this the same marketing crap that changed "used" to "preowned?"

Posted by Anne | October 16, 2007 6:47 PM

Is Skillet owned by the stranger or something?

Posted by pete | October 16, 2007 9:25 PM


202 Terry Ave, Seattle 98109
Date closed:

September 19, 2007, 12:00 pm

Operating without a valid permit
Operating without approved food business plans
Handwashing facility not working
Excessive red critical violations

Enjoy, suckers!

Posted by Tlazolteotl | October 17, 2007 11:22 AM

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