News Recap: How to Love Your Job (Infographic), Here Are the Winners of the 2014 Washington Beer Awards, Eight Insanely Good Hot Dogs to Try Around Seattle

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HOW TO LOVE YOUR JOB

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HERE ARE THE WINNERS OF THE 2014 WASHINGTON BEER AWARDS

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The Washington Beer Awards debuted last year and returned this month with its second crop of winners. The list of winners is long, mostly because the process of judging beer is nearly as technical as the act of making it. So rather than becoming overwhelmed by the multitude of styles, and what makes a robust porter versus a traditional, or an American stout versus a British version, just consider this list of impressive beers a to-do list for beer lovers. Brewers are featured in categories such as Pale Lagers, American Light Ales, Robust Porters, and Best Washington Agricultural Product-Inspired Beer.

 

EIGHT INSANELY GOOD HOT DOGS TO TRY AROUND SEATTLE

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Zagat Seattle’s coverage of summer food includes a roundup of some of Seattle’s best hot dogs, a collection that includes spot-on tributes to Chicago, the city’s coolest meat-free frank, and a couple of dogs that might require a knife and fork. Among the top eight are: Po Dogs; this dog-driven chainlet, with locations in Capitol Hill and Ballard, has a ginormous list of toppings to customize its Hebrew National, all-beef franks. Radiator Whiskey; cream cheese is the driving force behind this Pike Place Market take on Seattle’s signature dog. Safeco Field; this Sodo landmark serves The Field Roast Frankfurter, a juicy veggie dog created for the ballpark’s diverse concessions.

 

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