I'm serious about learning to love lutefisk. I'm tired of hearing from lutefisk haters. Will someone please tell me something good about lutefisk?
(And I will accept answers like the following: I think lutefisk rocks because if we eat more lutefisk, there'll be less methamphetamine on the street, since sodium hydroxide is used to make both lutefisk and meth. Can you imagine methheads smoking lutefisk? Uff!)
Two Anthony's restaurants and Ikea are serving lutefisk most of this month.
Anthony's Gig Harbor, 8827 Harborview Drive N., Gig Harbor; 253-853-6353; and Anthony's HomePort Shilshole Bay, 6135 Seaview Ave. N.W., Seattle; 206-783-0780. Lutefisk dinners with boiled Alaskan Pacific true cod, drizzled with butter, kosher salt and pepper and served with sides of melted butter, steamed Yukon gold potatoes and carrots, salad or chowder. $16.95. Friday-Dec. 31
Ikea, 601 S.W. 41st St., Renton; 425-656-2980. Lutefisk dinners with potatoes, salad and choice of melted butter or cream sauce. $7.99. Through Dec. 23.
Send me a picture of you eating lutefisk. I'll post tasteful pics here.