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This restaurant wins the most intriguing restaurant name. "How to Cook a Wolf" is the title of a book by American food writer M.F.K Fisher, who wrote during WWII about how to ration and cook with simple ingredients. This is echoed in Ethan Stowell's (a Seattle celebrity-chef) innovative endeavor of "How to Cook a Wolf." Sitting atop Queen Ann people flock to the small restaurant because of the simple beauty of the Italian-inspired dishes. This restaurant's ingredients for success can be boiled down this: simple ingredients + extraordinary culinary talent = a successful and innovative restaurant.
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