March 26

Sauces and Spices and Salads, Oh My!

Find these great products from SLU restaurants at stores near you.

Did you know that a number of SLU restaurants now have products in local grocery stores and specialty markets? Next time you step out to do your regular shopping, mask up and add these tasty items from five SLU restaurants to your list.

Mamnoon / Mamnoon Street

Wassef and Racha Haroun, the couple behind Seattle staples Mamnoon and Mamnoon Street, are offering up a taste of traditional Levantine cuisine at home. Mamnoon Fine Foods features pita chips, labneh, hummus, baba ganoush, and more. Find it: Metropolitan Markets, DeLaurenti Pike Place Market, Cone & Steiner, Ken’s Market, Leschi Market, Marketime Fremont


Southwest / Mexican fave Cactus has its excellent tortilla soup, salsa orale, salsa casera, and Tex Mex queso available for home dining. Want something sweet? You can get Cactus’ Three Milk Cuban Flan for dessert, too. Find it: Metropolitan Market

Tom Douglas

While many of the Seattle’s star chef restaurants are temporarily or permanently closed in and around SLU, you can still find some of his most celebrated flavors at grocery stores throughout the Puget Sound. His Rub with Love line includes spices perfect for chicken, steak, salmon, veggies, and just about everything you can roast, grill, or saute. Find it: QFC, Fred Meyer,

Stacks of spices and rubs on a store shelf.

Wild Ginger

If your taste buds are feeling pan-Asian cuisine, Wild Ginger will come to the rescue. Wild Ginger introduced its meal kits to home diners in November with popular entrees like pad thai and Indonesian beef. Find it: Metropolitan Market, Amazon GO

Tutta Bella

Lunch, dinner, and dessert can be had from Tutta Bella the next time you’re doing your grocery shopping. The Italian eatery is expanding its Grab-N-Go offerings of salads, dinner take-home options like lasagna and tiramisu. Find it: QFC

Story by Ethan Chung and photography by Reva Keller and Ethan Chung.

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