Posts about “Recipes”

Shellfish Recipes From Bite of Seattle

Chef Paul + Thierry

  Ray’s Executive Chef Paul Duncan and his team had the pleasure of participating in the Bite of Seattle’s Alley to benefit Food Lifeline last weekend. Ray’s Boathouse & Cafe helped raise thousands of dollars for Food Lifeline, met some great folks and fed a crowd with our Smoked Salmon Sliders: house-smoked salmon, scallion aioli,… Read More >>

Polar Plunge & Hot Clam Chowder

Polar Plunge

Ray’s Executive Chef Paul Duncan was on-site last Saturday at Golden Gardens Park to warm up the brave locals participating in the 2015 Polar Plunge. It was a fun and lively event to help raise awareness and support for the Washington Special Olympics. In recognition of this event we would like to share with you… Read More >>

Fruit Crisps Deliver Summer on a Plate


By Lorna Stokes, Pastry Chef I love summer because of all the local fruit that is in season – cherries, blueberries, strawberries, and apricots. The choices are almost overwhelming! And just as soon as they come into season, they are right back out again, so you need to be ready to take advantage of the… Read More >>

Sunsets Inspire Culinary Creations


by Executive Sous Chef Paul Duncan What an amazing first summer I’ve enjoyed here at Ray’s!  I was hired as Executive Sous Chef in June and was fortunate enough to lead the crew in the Boathouse kitchen through their first summer after our major remodel of the dining room.  I inherited an outstanding group of… Read More >>

Why are we so crabbing lucky?

Dungeness Crab Chef Wayne Johnson

Why are we so crabbing lucky here in the Northwest?? Because we’ve got the Dungeness crab! Now there will always be the fight of East Coast blue crabs and West Coast Dungeness, but I like the meaty but delicate flavor of the Dungeness. So, to save on the carbon footprint, let’s leave it at this… Read More >>

A Recipe, Just For the Halibut


by Wayne Johnson, Executive Chef It’s that wonderful time I wait for every year when we get that first run of halibut. The halibut is the largest flatfish in the ocean and usually averages about 25 pounds. The fish is actually born like normal fish with one eye on either side of its head then… Read More >>

Baking Easter Memories with Grandma


by Pastry Chef Lorna Stokes When I was 8 years old, my family and I moved to Andalusia, Alabama to live near my grandparents. To say the town was tiny would be an understatement, but I loved it. The weather was beautiful , everyone was incredibly friendly, and fried foods were a food group. In… Read More >>