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Seattle vs. New England: Food culture face-off

<a href="http://blogs.seattletimes.com/allyoucaneat/2015/01/28/seattle-vs-new-england-in-the-supper-bowl-how-our-food-cultures-compare/"><img src="http://seattletimes.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/allyoucaneat/files/2015/01/lobster-620x413.jpg" style="float: left; padding-right: 10px;" width="160"></a>Who needs lobster when you've got Dungeness crab? Boston Globe food editor Sheryl Julian and our food writer Bethany Jean Clement give their takes on their respective regions’ food cultures. Above, Seattle Times fishing writer Mark Yuasa shows off a Dungeness crab. At left, lobster rolls are a New England favorite.

Brad O'Connor

Who needs lobster when you've got Dungeness crab? Boston Globe food editor Sheryl Julian and our food writer Bethany Jean Clement give their takes on their respective regions’ food cultures. Above, Seattle Times fishing writer Mark Yuasa shows off a Dungeness crab. At left, lobster rolls are a New England favorite.

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